Rays manager Joe Maddon likes to use the phrase….”when you’re walking you’re hitting” to reference that the key to hitting well is to have your strike zone organized. This hasn’t been the case for Desmond Jennings who entering today’s
The Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Texas Rangers by a final score of 4-3 in 12 innings The Rays move 1-game ahead of the Rangers for the top wild card. They extend their lead over the Cleveland Indians to
With their 7-0 victory over the Twins the Rays have caught the Texas Rangers for the top wild card spot.
The Rays shut out the Twins to move to within 1-game of the Texas Rangers for the top wild card spot.
Roberto Hernandez allowed a pinch hit grand slam to Mike Carp in the top of the 10th inning. After the game Roberto Hernandez declined to comment to the assembled media before departing.
The Rays played like they were looking for creative ways to lose. Wild Card lead now down to a mere two games over Baltimore and Cleveland.
Joe Maddon loads lineup with right handed hitters to take advantage of Iwakuma's reverse splits.
The Tampa Bay Rays offense came through with 15 hits and 7 runs (despite finishing the night 3 for 20 with runners in scoring position) to back Matt Moore in his return to the mound as the Rays earned
Desmond Jennings fails to deliver in the clutch but should he have been batting at all?
The Rays have Luke Scott, Matt Moore, Jesse Crain,and Delmon Young ready to come up. Expect Myers and Jennings to turn it around.