Today's Insider – Rays News
Strikes Out Ten While Allowing Just One Infield Hit Jake Odorizzi (3-7, 4.29 ERA) picked up the win for the Rays by dominating the Houston Astros lineup allowing only an infield hit while striking out 10 and walking just
David Price pitched well enough to win but the Rays offense was shut down by Jarred Cosart as the Astros evened the series at a game apiece.
Chris Archer combines with trio of relievers to shutout Houston Astros 5-0 as Tampa Bay Rays win for the fifth time in eight games.
David Price is a popular choice to be traded before the trade deadline.
The Tampa Bay Rays lose game and series as they are shutout by the Baltimore Orioles 2-0.
Erik Bedard Struggles Continue In 7-5 Loss To Orioles The Tampa Bay Rays (28-44) lost the middle game of their three game series with the Baltimore Orioles (36-34) by a final score of 7-5. Erik Bedard (3-5, 4.33 ERA)
The Tampa Bay Rays (28-43) beat the Baltimore Orioles (35-34) due in large part to a pinch hit 2-out 2-run homer by Jerry Sands in the bottom of the eighth inning off Brian Matusz.
Mike Montgomery is beginning to realize the potential many had seen in him prior to the Rays acquiring him as part of the package for James Shields prior to the 2013 season.
The Tampa Bay Rays (27-43) came back for deficits of 2-0 and 3-1 to overtake the Houston Astros (32-39) thanks to a broken bat RBI single by Jerry Sands.
Alex Cobb fans 11 Astros en route to Rays 6-1 victory. Offense delivers 11 hits including three by Ben Zobrist.