The Tampa Bay Rays ended their season with a 7-2 loss against the Cleveland Indians to finish the 2014 season 77-85.
With two games to play the Tampa Bay Rays pitching staff is just 12 strikeouts behind the Cleveland Indians for the most ever by a staff in a single season.
Alex Cobb picks up 10th win on the season as the Rays keep hope of .500 season alive improving to 76-81 with a 6-2 win over the Boston Red Sox.
Alex Cobb allowed three earned runs in a start for the first time in 12 starts as the Yankees won Derek Jeter's final game at the Trop 3-2.
Alex Cobb looks for his 13th consecutive game allowing two runs or less and pass Babe Ruth in the process as he takes on the New York Yankees.
Alex Cobb flirts with history taking a no-hitter into the eighth against but Chris Young delivers walk off homer off Jake McGee to defeat Rays 5-4.
Alex Cobb, Brad Boxberger, and Jake McGee combined to shutout the Baltimore Orioles as the Rays end their three game slide with a 3-0 victory.
The Tampa Bay Rays were shutout for the 16th time this season falling to the Boston Red Sox by a final score of 3-0.
Alex Cobb will not allow himself to suffer a September letdown. He understands the challenge presented but listens to his body not the calender.
Alex Cobb shut the Tigers out for 7 innings while Brad Boxberger and Jake McGee finished them off as the Rays blanked David Price and the Tigers 1-0.