Drew Smyly

Rays Hope To Bounce Back After Failing To Get Smyly The Win

Roger Mooney On The Rays Taking A Win From Boston Tonight Roger Mooney of The Tampa Tribune was on The Front Office today for his pre-game conversation & talking the Rays wasting a good pitching night after losing to

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What Alex Cobb’s Injury Means For Rays Moving Forward

Alex Cobb recently suffered a setback in his rehab after a mri revealed a partial tear in his elbow ligament, but the Rays' season might depend on him.

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Evan Longoria Becomes Just Third Ray To Reach 1,000 Hits

Tuesday evening Evan Longoria collected a lead off single in the fourth inning against the Red Sox to become just the third Rays with 1,000th career hits.

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Logan Forsythe Continuing To Impress Rays’ Brass

Logan Forsythe has continued to play well both offensively and defensively this season for the Rays, and it hasn't gone unnoticed by the coaching staff.

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Roger Mooney Previews Rays Vs. Red Sox At Fenway

Roger Mooney On The Rays Playing In Boston Tonight Roger Mooney of the Tampa Tribune was previewing the Rays game with Tom Veit today, giving us a lineup update and more on The Front Office. What do they look

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Marlins Hit the Road for Ten

Ten games on the road, nine at home, back on the road for ten: such is the life of a Major League Baseball franchise.  The Miami Marlins begin the back end of that trend tonight, when they head to

Joey Butler

Joey Butler’s Journey Back To Majors Ends With Rays

Joey Butler has had some trouble finding a consistent opportunity in the majors to this point in his career, but he might have that with the Rays.

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Milwaukee Brewers Fire Manager Ron Roenicke

According to a team press release (Twitter) the Milwaukee Brewers have fired Manager Ron Roenicke.  The announcement was made by team President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Bob Melvin. “This has been a difficult start of a season,something

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Fantasy Baseball: Three Players It’s Time To Get Concerned About

In 2012–after a season where he posted a 2.35 ERA in 233 innings pitched (good for 2nd in the NL Cy Young Voting)–Roy Halladay fought through injury and inconsistency to post a 4.49 ERA in 25 starts for the

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Questionable Decisions Cost Rays In Finale vs. Orioles

Bullpen Finally Flounders As Rays Drop Series To O’s This afternoon the Tampa Bay Rays had a chance to take two of three against the Baltimore Orioles, but struggles by the bullpen in the seventh inning caused the series