Drew Smyly

Drew Smyly Will Be On Pitch Limit In First Start

Drew Smyly will be activated off the disabled list in time to make his season debut Friday against the Blue Jays, but he will be on a pitch limit.

David Ortiz

Fantasy Baseball: Four Early Buy Low Candidates

Who's on the early buy low list in fantasy baseball leagues?

Mike Montgomery

Why The Rays Are Already Missing Mike Montgomery

The Rays traded Mike Montgomery to the Mariners prior to the start of the season for Erasmo Ramirez, but injuries might have the team regretting this.

Rays Injury Update

Drew Smyly Return Marks First Legitimate Rotation Of The Season For TB

Roger Mooney On Drew Smyly’s Return To The Rays Rotation Roger Mooney of TBO was with Tom Veit today to talk about his conversation with Rays manager Kevin Cash & Drew Smyly’s return to the rotation. Alright so you’ve


Are The Mets An Actual Contender?

Great start makes Mets believe   Nine wins in a row, undefeated at home and all against divisional opponents. The New York Mets were the first team to get 10 wins in the National League and are sitting atop

Nathan Karns

Nathan Karns’ Four Keys To Success Against Boston

Nathan Karns will face the Red Sox for the first time in his career Wednesday evening, but in order to have success there's a few thing he'll need to do.


Rays Offense Shutout For Second Time In Loss

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.


Chris Archer Can Set The Tone For The Rays Vs. Red Sox

Roger Mooney On Chris Archer’s Need To Continue Carrying This Rays Rotation Roger Mooney of The Tampa Tribune was with Tom Veit today to preview the Rays vs. Red Sox series and talk about pitcher Chris Archer’s consistency. So

Kevin Cash

Kevin Cash Set To Face A Familiar Foe With Boston In Town

Kevin Cash is managing in just his 14th game with the Tampa Bay Rays, and Tuesday night he will face a familiar foe in the Boston Red Sox.


Should Kelvin Herrera Be Suspended?

Herrera’s close call highlights heated game   Amidst all the heated exchanges between the Royals and A’s series, the biggest drama may have been Royals pitcher Kelvin Herrera throwing his own heater behind Brett Lawrie. Herrera throws 100 mph,