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Evan Longoria Homers In Return To Lineup In Rays Win

Evan Longoria returned to the starting lineup against the Angels Wednesday evening, and he didn't take long to make an impact in the Rays 3-2 game two win.

Nathan Karns

Nathan Karns Struggles Against Angels Continue In Loss

Nathan Karns faced the Los Angeles Angels for the second consecutive start Tuesday, but unfortunately the results weren't better the second time around.

Jake Odorizzi

Jake Odorizzi Doesn’t Think Oblique Strain Is Serious

The Tampa Bay Rays placed Jake Odorizzi on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with a strained left oblique, but he doesn't think it's serious.

Evan Longoria

Evan Longoria Expects To Be In Starting Lineup Wednesday

Evan Longoria has been out with left wrist soreness, but all indications from him point to a return to the starting lineup Wednesday.

Chris Betts

Chris Betts Wasn’t A Likely Draft Pick For The Rays

The Tampa Bay Rays drafted catcher Chris Betts with the No. 52 overall pick Monday night, but he wasn't a player the team expected to be able to draft.

Garrett Whitley

Garrett Whitley On Being Drafted By Rays: “I’m Just So Happy”

The Tampa Bay Rays drafted high school outfielder Garrett Whitley with the No. 13 overall pick Monday night, and he said "I'm just so happy."

Matt Moore

Matt Moore Gets Feet Wet In First Minor League Rehab Game

It's been over 13 months since Matt Moore underwent Tommy John surgery, but he finally was able to get back into action with Class-A Charlotte on Wednesday.

Rays

Heavy Lifting Done As Rays Prepare For First-Year Player Draft

The Rays have prepared for a year for the upcoming First-Year Player Draft, and the heavy lifting part of the process is complete heading ito Monday.

Jake Odorizzi

Jake Odorizzi Has A Unique Approach To Starting Games

Jake Odorizzi has taken great strides early in the 2015 season, and as he has matured he has developed a new approach to starting games.

Chris Archer

Chris Archer Ties Career-High In Strikeouts In Rays Loss

The Tampa Bay Rays dropped the series finale against the Seattle Mariners Wednesday afternoon, but Chris Archer tied a career-high with 12 strikeouts in the game.