Rays bang out 15 hits but tie a franchise mark striking out 11 times with runners in scoring position in a frustrating 8-5 loss to the Blue Jays.
Losing in baseball is never fun but sometimes there are events that happen during the game that provide for a little comic relief making the bitter pill of defeat somewhat easier to swallow. Last night the Tampa Bay Rays
Ronald Belisario has exercised his June 15th opt-out clause giving the Rays 48-hours to decide whether to add him to the 25-man roster or not.
Andrew Bellatti is the newest Rays player to be added to the disabled list. Matt Moore close to return and Jake Odorizzi's oblique strain only minor.
Dylan Floro worked the first six innings allowing just one earned run as the Durham Bulls won their 9th game in their last 10 defeating the Knights 2-1.
Though the Rays are used to having great defensive play all over the diamond, two miscues in the sixth inning allowed Saturday's game to break open.
The Tampa Bay Rays bullpen is gassed and after Friday's win over the Oakland Athletics they optioned Tim Beckham to Durham and called up Enny Romero.
The Charlotte Stone Crabs banged out 18-hits to highlight the action for the Tampa Bay Rays minor league affiliates.
Matt Moore threw 2-innings in a simulated game in Port Charlotte Monday. He will throw a bullpen Wednesday and then either extended spring or simulated game
The Rays have a number of players on their 40-man roster that are getting healthy. Some will provide roster flexibility some will force tough decisions.