Offense Battles Back, Bullpen Shuts Door And Rays Sweep Doubleheader After their game was rained out on Wednesday evening the Red Sox wanted to play two games on Thursday afternoon. They gave little consideration towards the Rays in their
Rays Play Uncharacteristic Baseball Resulting In Losing Week The Tampa Bay Rays lost a home series to the Minnesota Twins and lost two of the first three games to the Chicago White Sox over the weekend to finish the week
Chris Archer Responds, Rays Belt Five Home Runs In 14-1 Drubbing Of Yankees The Tampa Bay Rays received a dominating performance from Chris Archer (2-1, 3.65 ERA) and the Rays offense continued to scald the ball crushing five home runs defeating the
Chris Archer Struggles, Woes With Bats Continue The Rays needed quality innings from Chris Archer on Monday night against the Baltimore Orioles but he was unable to deliver either the quality or the innings. The Orioles not only forced
Forsythe Batting Third, Guyer Gets A Start, Boxberger Recalled The Tampa Bay Rays (7-6) open their final series of their 9-game/10-day road trip in Baltimore against the Orioles. Chris Archer (1-0, 1.38 ERA) takes the mound for the Rays
Rays fans treated to second pitchers duel in less three games this one ends well for Rays.
Rays catch a break and then take advantage of it to defeat Royals 1-0.
According to Mark Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times, the Rays might have the edge in the matchup of young fireballers tonight in Kansas City: From #Rays game notes – they have 11 game winning streak vs. starters 22
Rays finish the week with 4-3 record, extend Archer & Escobar, and begin first road trip of the year.
Trades are a big deal for the Rays. Having a majors-high 15 players among their 25-man opening day roster acquired that way illustrates what seems obvious: Their chance for success depends on making good deals. Some have been big