The Tampa Bay Rays season will continue for at least another day as the Rays defeated the Boston Red Sox by a final score of 5-4 on a walk off solo home run by Jose Lobaton in the bottom
The Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Cleveland Indians 4-0 on Thursday evening to advance to the American League Division Series where they will take on the Boston Red Sox beginning Friday in Fenway Park. The Rays were led by
Joe Maddon wanted to get James Loney off his feet for a day to recharge his batteries. The afternoon bled into the evening and in the bottom of the 9th inning he came to the plate as a pinch
The Rays played like they were looking for creative ways to lose. Wild Card lead now down to a mere two games over Baltimore and Cleveland.
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.
Chris Archer continues to deliver outstanding starts and building his case for A.L. Rookie of the Year.
Fernando Rodney can't protect a 1-run lead and the Angels came back to defeat the Rays 6-5.
Fatigue may eventually catch up to Joel Peralta but he has been every bit as effective in 2013 as he was in 2012.
For the first time in franchise history the Rays allowed 15 or more hits while holding the opposition to 3 runs or less.
Jason Bourgeois delivers the walk off hit ending the Rays 6 game losing streak. It was Bourgeois first taste of victory with the Rays.