MLB: MAX SCHERZER WANTS A D.H. IN THE N.L. After jamming his right thumb during an at-bat Thursday against the St. Louis Cardinals, Washington Nationals starting pitcher wants a designated hitter in both leagues. Scherzer, who signed a 7-year, $210 million contract
The Tampa Bay Rays have had a lot of firsts in a somewhat surprising start to the 2015 season, but they have still yet to play a game outdoors.
Chris Archer dominated the Blue Jays despite being under the weather Sunday en route to the Rays first series sweep and fifth consecutive win.
Though Chris Archer had some conflict with the Toronto Blue Jays the last time he faced them, he doesn't expect that to carry over into Sunday's finale.
The Tampa Bay Rays scored a season-high 12 runs Friday evening on 13 hits en route to their third straight win at Tropicana Field.
In his first game with the Rays since Opening Day, James Loney hit his first home run of the season in the bottom of the fourth inning.
Roger Mooney Talks Rays Difference Makers On Offense Roger Mooney of TBO was with Tom Veit to talk about the Rays improbable comeback and the importance for offense to carry this team. When you look at this team, very
Jason Collette Talks Baseball News And The Sports Illustrated Curse Our baseball insider Jason Collette was with Mike and Jerry today to talk about the biggest MLB news coming out of the first 3 months of the season. What
Recent scraps make Royals the bad guys Once upon a time the Kansas City Royals were the Cinderella story of the MLB playoffs making a historic wild card run all the way to game 7 of the World Series
Rene Rivera's second career walk-off hit gave the Rays a victory Thursday evening against the Red Sox, giving them back-to-back wins at home.