The Tampa Bay Rays injury riddled roster will finally receive reinforcements as both Drew Smyly and James Loney have been activated off the disabled list.
The Tampa Bay Rays offense was shutout for the second time in three games Tuesday as the team dropped to 1-6 at Tropicana Field on the season.
The Tampa Bay Rays do not have any easy roster decisions to help the team out in the short term but help is on the way in the next couple of weeks.
Rays Hope To Receive Boost To Roster By End Of April The Tampa Bay Rays have nine players currently on the disabled list which is second in the major leagues to only the Texas Rangers who have ten. There are
Allan Dykstra just got the call this morning and had to scramble to get here, but he is grateful to be making his major-league debut with the Rays.
The Rays have placed James Loney on the disabled list and called up Allan Dykstra to make his major-league debut for Wednesday's series finale vs. Orioles.
Forsythe, Kiermaier Homer In Game Two Loss For the second straight evening, the Rays fell to the Baltimore Orioles. This game brought a much closer final score though, with the team losing 6-5, and many more positives from all
Kevin Cash is not Joe Maddon, he plans on sending out a pretty regular lineup and now we have a better idea of what those lineups will look like.
You would be hard pressed to find a team that has lost as many pieces as the Tampa Bay Rays over the past year or so. It all started right before the trade deadline. David Price, arguably the best
The Tampa Bay Rays revamped lineup doesn't have that middle of the order power but it does have power throughout the lineup that should help with scoring.