Today's Insider – Rays News
Jeremy Hellickson had the shortest regular season start of his career recording just seven outs as the Red Sox battered the Rays 11-1 in Fenway Park.
The Tampa Bay Rays ended their home portion of the 2014 schedule on a sour note falling to the Chicago White Sox by a final score of 10-3.
Nate Karns looks to follow up his stellar 2-hitter in 7 scoreless innings over the Toronto Blue Jays and show that his stuff plays at the big league level.
Chris Archer picked up is 10th win of the season in the Rays 3-1 victory over the Chicago White Sox but says wins aren't as important as performance.
Chris Archer Picks Up 10th Win The Tampa Bay Rays (75-80) hopes of a winning season remain in tact as they defeated the Chicago White Sox by a final score of 3-1 on Saturday night. Chris Archer (10-8, 3.42
Dave Wills and Andy Freed threw out tonight's ceremonial first pitch marking 10 years together in the Rays broadcast booth.
The Tampa Bay Rays need 9 strikeouts to set the franchise record for strikeouts (1,383) set back in 2012. Chris Archer gets first shot vs the White Sox.
The Tampa Bay Rays lost 4-3 to the Chicago White Sox. Jeremy Hellickson started and failed to earn a win for his 12th consecutive home game.
Logan Forsythe drove in three run tying a career mark but it wasn't enough as the Rays lost to the Chicago White Sox 4-3.
The Tampa Bay Rays were eliminated from post-season contention with a 4-3 loss to the Chicago White Sox. After the game Joe Maddon talked about the loss.