Note to baseball fans: If you or your child wants an autograph, don’t hand a baseball player the hat of a rival team. Typically, that seems to be common sense. But, that wasn’t the case over the weekend when
The Tampa Bay Rays pitching staff has dominated the opposition as the team has recovered from a 24-42 start to the 2014 season.
Chris Archer struck out a career high 12 batters and the Rays delivered three homers en route to a 10-1 Tampa Bay Rays victory over the Texas Rangers.
Kiermaier Delivers Key Hit In 10th As Rays Defeat Cubs 4-3 The Tampa Bay Rays opened their weekend series against the Chicago Cubs with a 4-3 victory extra inning victory. The win improves the Rays record to 56-59 but
The Tampa Bay Rays received a quality start from Chris Archer and the bats delivered 16 hits in a 10-3 victory over the Los Angeles Angels.
Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Chris Archer has been pretty vocal about disagreeing with the way David Ortiz flipped his bat during the game over the weekend. Something he forgot to include in his annoyed remarks about Ortiz is the fact
Chris Archer does not back off his statements about David Oritz and his bat flip adding that he never saw Hank Aaron flip his bat.
The Tampa Bay Rays completed their post All-Star break sweep of the Minnesota Twins to move to within six games of the Wild Card leading Seattle Mariners.
Sean Rodriguez blasts a 3-run homer to pull the Rays even at 5-5 after 7 innings but Grant Balfour implodes in the ninth allowing 3 runs in 8-5 Jays victory
Chris Archer works into the ninth inning and Rays offense provides seven runs of support as Rays improve to 40-50 with 7-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers.