Justin Williams

Rays Farm: Justin Williams Finishes June 5-for-5

Justin Williams put a cap on a productive June by going 5-for-5 with a double, three runs scored, and two runs driven in.

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Rays Farm: Montes Homers Again, Snell Impresses

Rays prospect Hector Montes hit his third homer of the year for the Hudson Valley Renegades and Blake Snell continues to impress with the Biscuits.

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Rays Farm: Gillaspie Slams In Crabs Debut

Casey Gillaspie made his first appearance for the Charlotte Stone Crabs and promptly delivered a Grand Slam en route to a 7-4 Crabs victory.

Matt Moore

Rays Farm: Moore Ready To Return, Faria Debuts

Matt Moore had his rehab start against the Columbus Clippers rained out. It is expected that he will pitch Saturday and could return to Rays Thursday.

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Rays Farm: Hak-Ju Lee’s Slam, Bauers Debut A Smash

Jake Bauers hits a home run while going 3-for-5 in his Double-A debut. Hak-Ju Lee's Grand Slam caps seven run inning but Bulls fall to Toledo 10-7.

Krauss

Rays Acquire Marc Krauss, Option Nick Franklin

Marc Krauss was acquired from the Los Angeles Angles and will help the Tampa Bay Rays shore up their first base situation until Jaso or Loney returns.

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Rays Farm: Promotions, Shaffer’s Power Continues

Richie Shaffer hits his ninth homer with the Bulls and 16th on the year as he continues to press for a promotion - Faria and Bauers earn bump to Double-A.

Matt Moore

Rays Infirmary Report: Matt Moore Moves To Triple-A

Matt Moore will make the fourth of a possible five or six rehab appearances for the Rays as he takes the mound in Triple-A for the first time in his rehab.

Robert Zarate

Rays Farm: Robert Zarate Sharp For Bulls

Robert Zarate has spent most of his career playing oversea's but after opening some eyes in Spring Training he is pitching well in Triple-A.

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Rays Farm: Gillaspie Homers, Motter Stays Hot

The Durham Bulls batters struck out 18 times in their 4-1 loss to the Columbus Clippers. In the loss Taylor Motter extended his batting streak to 15 games and has now reached base in 27 straight contests. Overall on