Jake Odorizzi is off to an incredible start in the 2015 season, and he has a chance at making history Saturday night against the Yankees.
Forecasting The Rays Rotation With Alex Cobb, Drew Smyly, and Alex Colome all on the disabled list the Tampa Bay Rays have been forced to be creative with their starting pitching staff. Already this season they have used six
Jake Odorizzi delivered eight solid innings allowing just one run and Brad Boxberger worked a scoreless ninth leading the Rays to a 2-1 victory over Jays.
Jake Odorizzi might not of made it out of the seventh inning, but he threw 94 pitches and kept the Orioles off the board in his season debut on the mound.
Jake Odorizzi had a great rookie campaign, but heading into this season he knows a way in which he can get better, and the Rays need him badly right now.
Jake Odorizzi had a successful rookie season but he did struggle on the road, against the AL East, and working his way through the batting order.
The Tampa Bay Rays had a busy day including a victory over the Twins with a rare Hak-Ju Lee homer and Jake Odorizzi working on a hybrid pitch.
Tampa Bay Rays Jake Odorizzi is secure with a rotation spot for the first time in his professional career and plans on working toward his first start.
The Rays have traded away a lot of familiar faces and veteran talent this offseason, so what position does this leave the team in heading into 2015?
Tampa Bay Rays No Shot at .500 As the Tampa Bay Rays enter the final 3 games series for the 2014 Baseball season against the Cleveland Indians, the team wishes they could have ended the season on a higher