The Tampa Bay Rays dropped their series opener to the Oakland Athletics by a final score of 3-2 in a 10 inning affair.
Jake Odorizzi allowed five run in the first inning en route to a 7-5 Tampa Bay Rays loss to the Los Angeles Angels to drop them to 54-56 on the year.
The Tampa Bay Rays received a quality start from Chris Archer and the bats delivered 16 hits in a 10-3 victory over the Los Angeles Angels.
Jeremy Hellickson struggled early and the Angels capitalized en route to a 5-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays.
Joe Maddon still believes the Rays will be in the post-season in 2014 despite the trade of David Price.
The Tampa Bay Rays traded their most prolific player and didn't receive a power arm or bat in the deal but did acquire plenty of substance.
The Major League non-waiver trade deadline is 4PM eastern this afternoon - one way or another speculation about David Price ends.
The Tampa Bay Rays bats were stymied by Yovani Gallardo and a trio of relievers as the Milwaukee Brewers shut out the Rays 5-0.
Alex Cobb holds Brewers to a single run over eight innings in Rays 5-1 victory. Ben Zobrist homered and doubled driving in two runs.
Jake Odorizzi delivered 7 strong innings. James Loney came through with a 2-out 2-RBI single. Brad Boxberger and Jake McGee slammed door in 2-1 Rays win.