Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Matt Joyce knows this might have been his last season with the team, but as far as he's concerned he's still a Tampa Bay Ray.
The Tampa Bay Rays offense has failed to score runs but they've had plenty of opportunity - which makes the 2014 season so frustrating.
Drew Smyly delivered seven strong innings holding the Baltimore Orioles to one run en route to a 3-1 Tampa Bay Rays victory.
Chris Archer struck out a career high 12 batters and the Rays delivered three homers en route to a 10-1 Tampa Bay Rays victory over the Texas Rangers.
Drew Smyly sets a career high in innings pitched and pitches thrown as he holds the Rangers scoresless for 7-2 innings in Rays 7-0 victory.
The Tampa Bay Rays move out of the AL East Cellar behind David Price 8.2-innings and an offense that pushed across 7 runs on 19 hits in 7-3 win over Tigers.
The Tampa Bay Rays beat the New York Yankees by a final score of 4-3 in 12 innings thanks to an RBI single by Logan Forsythe.
Matt Joyce hit two of a season tying five Tampa Bay Rays home runs as they defeated the Baltimore Orioles 12-7 to take the series three games to one.
Matt Joyce has gone from hitting a home run every 27 plate appearance in the 3 seasons prior to hitting one every 87 plate appearance in 2014. Why?
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?