Roger Mooney Talks Rays Offensive Problems and James Loney’s Return
The Tampa Bay Rays announced after Thursday's loss to the Cleveland Indians that first basemen James Loney has been reinstated from the disabled list.
The Rays disabled list shrunk last week with the activation of Tim Beckham and Matt Moore. James Loney, Jake Odorizzi, and John Jaso are close to returning.
Richie Shaffer continues his rampage through the Triple-A level blasting his 11th homer with the Durham Bulls. Taylor Motter and J.P. Arenciba each added HR
James Loney has missed over five weeks with a broken left middle finger, but it sounds as if he could be ready to return to the Rays lineup this weekend.
Offense Sets New Season-Low In Game 2 Loss The Tampa Bay Rays dropped the second of four games at Tropicana Field against the Cleveland Indians Tuesday night by a final score of 6-2. The offense was able to score
Roger Mooney On Returns for Matt Moore, John Jaso And James Loney Roger Mooney of TBO.com was with Jenna Laine on Sports Talk Live today to give his daily Rays update and talk key players making injury returns soon.
Matt Moore had his third rehab start on Tuesday night rained out but will look to throw 80-pitches for the Crabs tonight in the first game of a doubleheader
Jake Odorizzi allowed just two runs over seven innings of work, but the offense managed to score just one run as the Rays dropped the series opener.
James Loney has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a broken left middle finger and announced Monday he expects to miss 4-6 weeks with the injury.