Today's MLB News
The Tampa Bay Rays fell to the New York Yankees by a final score of 5-3. The win gives the Yankees their first sweep in Tampa since September, 2005.
After taking a line drive off his left cheek off of the bat of Melky Cabrera last Tuesday, Indians starter Carlos Carrasco is set to return, start Tuesday.
The Rays needed an early jolt of offense Sunday afternoon against the Yankees to avoid the sweep, and Steven Souza Jr. gave them just that in the first.
The Los Angeles Angels have activated Garrett Richards off the 15-day disabled list in time to make his season debut against the Astros Sunday.
Rays Players Spotlight: Johnny Field Belts Pair Of Homers Johnny Field was 3 for 5 with two home runs and four driven in in the Montgomery Biscuits 12-5 drubbing of the Jacksonville Suns on Saturday night. Through eight games
Grant Balfour‘s Second Stint With Rays Ends On Saturday night Grant Balfour allowed three runs (earned) on one hit while issuing three walks,hitting a batter and giving up a grand slam to Chris Young while only recording two outs.
The Rays offense was quiet Saturday night compared to that of the Yankees, as they were shutout on just three hits in a 9-0 loss.
Jake Odorizzi is off to an incredible start in the 2015 season, and he has a chance at making history Saturday night against the Yankees.
Kiermaier Sits With Flu, Injured Pitchers Close To Returning The Tampa Bay Rays have 10-players on their injury report and Kevin Kiermaier is out of today’s lineup today as he is under the weather with the flu. The good
Motter’s Big Night Hopefully Sign Of Things To Come Taylor Motter is an intriguing prospect for the Tampa Bay Rays as he is being developed as a super utility player who one day hopes to bring experience at multiple