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Myers, Odorizzi Set To Return To Kansas City

After a 4-3 homestand to begin the season the Rays will head to Kauffman Stadium to face the Kansas City Royals tonight. So what’s the news here? A couple of Rays players that were traded to the team in

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Alex Cobb Unleashes The Thing On The Rangers Lineup

Alex Cobb Strikes Out Five Rangers Swinging Using Changeup Alex Cobb delivered seven scoreless innings allowing only three singles striking out six and walking one. The most effective pitch for him on the afternoon was his changeup. According to

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Rays Notes: Reliving GM Andrew Friedman’s Six Best Trades

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

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In Win Over Rangers Jake Odorizzi Shows Off New Changeup

New Changeup Pays Big Dividends For Rays Odorizzi Jake Odorizzi won the job as the Rays fifth starter in large part to the quick development of a split-change up – a pitch he picked up from fellow teammate Alex

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Jake Odorizzi Earns First Big League Win As Rays Pummel Rangers 8-1

Pitching, Defense, & Three Run Homers Lead To Easy Victory Over Rangers

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Joe Maddon Announces Rotation Order

Joe Maddon has just announced the team’s rotation order to begin the season, starting with ace LHP David Price taking the hill on Opening Day against Toronto: Here's our rotation order: Price, Cobb, Moore, Archer, Odorizzi. — Joe Maddon

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Countdown to Opening Day: Will Bedard Stay With Rays?

The final decision on the Tampa Bay Rays‘ starting rotation has been made and Erik Bedard did not make that list. Even though the 35-year-old felt as though he did enough to make the rotation, Jake Odorizzi beat him

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Jake Odorizzi Named Rays Fifth Starter

Rays Name Jake Odorizzi As Teams Fifth Starter, Cesar Ramos To Bullpen

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Erik Bedard Makes His Pitch, Rays Fall To Jays 5-0

Erik Bedard Makes His Pitch In Hopes Of Locking Down Rotation Spot Ahead Of Jake Odorizzi and Cesar Ramos

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Cesar Ramos Makes Strong Case For Teams Fifth Starter

Cesar Ramos & Solid Defense Lead Rays To 5-4 Victory Cesar Ramos was a late and somewhat surprising entrant into the competition to take the rotation spot resulting from Jeremy Hellickson‘s elbow injury. The lefty reliever is in competition