Jake Odorizzi finished out his 2015 season on a high note Thursday night vs. Miami, but his success this year didn't come without its highs and lows.
Matt Moore has turned a corner in his last three starts due to his increased presence in the strike zone, which is, of course, a welcome sign for 2016.
Brandon Gomes allowed a 2-out Grand Slam to Xander Bogaerts as the Boston Red Sox came from behind twice to beat the Rays 8-7 sending them into the cellar.
The Tampa Bay Rays went 0-for-8 with runners in scoring position as they fell to the Baltimore Orioles 2-1 Saturday night.
Coming off one of the worst starts in his career, Tampa Bay Rays starter Matt Moore flipped the switch when he faced the Baltimore Orioles Thursday night.
Despite Chris Archer's record-setting performance, the Tampa Bay Rays dropped the series to the New York Yankees at Tropicana Field Wednesday night.
In his start against the New York Yankees Wednesday at Tropicana Field, Chris Archer broke Scott Kazmir's single-season strikeout record for the Rays.
Though Brad Boxberger blew his sixth save and suffered his tenth loss of the season Monday night, he will remain the closer for the Tampa Bay Rays.
A pair of two-run home runs in the bottom of the eighth inning helped the Tampa Bay Rays mound a five-run comeback to defeat Boston 8-4 in the series opener.
The Rays took an early 3-0 lead and held on as Brad Boxberger came in to slam the door as the Rays evened the series with the Yankees with a 3-2 victory.
Kevin Kiermaier powered the Tampa Bay Rays to a 3-2 victory in the season series finale against the Kansas City Royals Sunday, preventing a sweep.
Behind a perfect ninth inning with three strikeouts by Brad Boxberger, the Tampa Bay Rays were able to avoid a series sweep at the hands of Minnesota.