Barring an extreme win streak it is certain that the Tampa Bay Rays will be sellers as the July 31st trade deadline - the question is to what extent?
Though the Rays catching and rotation has hit the injury bug recently, both areas will get help soon.
When many others see the negatives is in the Rays record which is currently 15 games under .500 at 24-39 Manager Joe Maddon looks it as an opportunity to do something really unique in the game of baseball.
Jeremy Hellickson Has Elbow Surgery Will Miss First 6-8 Weeks Of Season According to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times Rays pitcher Jeremy Hellickson had loose bodies removed from his elbow by Dr. Koco Eaton and will miss
Jeremy Hellickson had a disappointing season that can best be described as inconsistent. The day prior to his Game 4 start against the Boston Red Sox he described his season as, “very inconsistent, very frustrating these last few months.
The Tampa Bay Rays season finally came to an end as they were defeated by the Boston Red Sox by a final score of 3-1. The victory went to Craig Breslow and Koji Uehara picked up the save. Jake
The Tampa Bay Rays facing elimination again tonight will send Jeremy Hellickson to the mound to take on the Boston Red Sox. His selection to start a crucial postseason game comes as somewhat of a surprise after he had
Like so many of Jeremy Hellickson‘s starts this year the game seemed to fall apart in the span of a few pitches. One time the culprit was his defense and his lack of control and focus with 2-outs in
Jeremy Hellickson won his first game since July 26th and Wil Myers had his first multi-homer game since July 28th as the Rays defeated the Los Angeles Angels 3-1.
The Rays have Luke Scott, Matt Moore, Jesse Crain,and Delmon Young ready to come up. Expect Myers and Jennings to turn it around.