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  • Notes: Kluber Dominates, Rays Lose Sixth In Row

    The Rays dropped their season high sixth in a row as Corey Kluber dominated the Rays allowing just three hits in tossing a complete game shutout. Blake Snell worked into the seventh inning for the first time this season and was the hard luck loser.

  • Notes: Misery Continues, Rays Lose Opener To Tribe

    The Tampa Bay Rays lost their fifth straight game and once again it was the bullpen that fell apart late. The Rays lost outfielder Mikie Mahtook to a broken hand and possibly Steve Pearce to a hamstring injury. Manager Kevin Cash admits its frustrating but still believes his team can right the ship.

  • Rays Must Move On From Desmond Jennings

    Desmond Jennings has not been able to take advantage of ample opportunities. He no longer profiles as an above average hitter, outfielder, and is suddenly ornery in the locker room. The time to move on was probably last winter but waiting longer to part ways only hurts the team.

  • Archer's Strong Outing Not Enough, Rays Fall To 'Stros

    Chris Archer was effective allowing three earned runs in 7.2-innings of work. It wasn't enough as the Rays' 'pen allowed an inherited runner to score and a tack on run in the top of the ninth as the Astros ended the Rays two game win streak by a final score of 4-2.

  • 5 Potential Rays Trade Targets

    The Tampa Bay Rays are in last place in the AL East and have several teams to leapfrog in the wild card standings. They will spend the next several weeks trying to define themselves as buyers at the trade deadline. Here are five players that the Rays could target as the deadline approaches.

  • Rays Team Effort Extends Win Streak To Four

    The Tampa Bay Rays got a quality start from Chris Archer, three innings of one-run relief from the 'pen, played errorless baseball, and got six runs from their offense in extending their win streak to four in a row.

  • Daniel Robertson And Rays' Shortstop Problem

    The Tampa Bay Rays have to address the poor defense at shortstop. Daniel Robertson is currently logging most of his time at the position with the Durham Bulls. Might the Rays want to take a look at him and move Miller to the outfield.

  • Rays Rally In Ninth, Win Series Over Twins

    The Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Minnesota Twins Sunday afternoon by a final score of 7-5. With the win the Rays extend their win streak to three in a row and they look to keep the winning streak alive as they roll into Arizona to finish their three city 10-game road trip.

  • Rays Pound Four Homers In Victory

    The Tampa Bay Rays backed by four homers defeated the Minnesota Twins 7-4 on Saturday afternoon giving them a chance for their first series win since May 16 thorough 18th when they swept the Blue Jays in Toronto.

  • Nick Franklin Hitting His Way Back To Majors

    Nick Franklin has been passed on the Rays depth chart but he continues to improve his trade value by hitting well with the Durham Bulls. Still just 25-years old Franklin can only hope that another big league opportunity with the Rays or someone else comes sooner rather than later.

  • Rays Skid Ends With Win In Minnesota

    The Rays defeated the Minnesota Twins to end their five game losing streak. In a sign of the times, absent from the win was the Gatorade Bath. The team knows it's time to focus on business and on-field celebrations should be reserved for greater triumphs than a singular win.

  • Rays' Willy Adames Stock Soaring

    Willy Adames hasn't allowed the pressure of being the main piece acquired by the Rays for David Price derail him. At only 20-years old he's putting up outstanding numbers with the Rays Double-A affiliate Montgomery Biscuits. His performance is catching the eyes of those that follow the trajectory of minor league prospects. Adames stock is on the rise.

  • Rays Slide Continues, Swept In KC

    The Tampa Bay Rays were swept by the Kansas City Royals dropping the finale by a final score of 6-3. The loss drops the Rays to 7 games under .500 with a record of 22-29. Chris Archer takes the loss to fall to 2-8 on the season. The Rays will look to take out their frustration as they head to Minneapolis to take on the struggling Twins in a four game series starting Thursday night.

  • Rays Struggles Vs KC Persist In Blowout Loss

    Rays struggles continue as they fall to the Royals 10-5. In the loss the Rays lost Brad Boxberger, who just returned from the disabled list, to a lat strain in his side. The Rays will look to avoid the sweep on Wednesday night and turn to Chris Archer to get it done.


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