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Blake Snell Runs Scoreless Streak To 15 Innings Blake Snell was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 1st round (#52 overall) of the 2011 draft out of Shoreline High School in Shoreline Washington. Last season the lefty made
Ryan Brett became the third Rays player this season to record his first major league hit joining first baseman Allan Dykstra and outfielder Mikie Mahtook.
Steve Kinsella On Rays Designating Pitcher Grant Balfour For Assignment Our Rays Insider Steve Kinsella was on The Front Office today to explain what it means now that the Rays have put Grant Balfour on assignment. Will you explain
Chris Archer says that the Rays did not expect the Blue Jays to retaliate for two very obvious unintentional hit by pitches.
Slow start could give coach the axe A 3-10 record to start the season is not how the Miami Marlins wanted to start their season. For a team that looked to contend for at least a wild card,
Herrera’s close call highlights heated game Amidst all the heated exchanges between the Royals and A’s series, the biggest drama may have been Royals pitcher Kelvin Herrera throwing his own heater behind Brett Lawrie. Herrera throws 100 mph,
Dylan Floro threw a complete game in the Durham Bulls 3-2 loss to the Norfolk Tides. Floro continues to impress as he glides through minors.
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.