Rays Road Trip Begins With 4-1 Loss To Yankees The Tampa Bay Rays (11-9) were defeated by the New York Yankees (12-8) by a final score of 3-1 ending their modest win streak at five games in a row
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.
Ryan Brett became the third Rays player this season to record his first major league hit joining first baseman Allan Dykstra and outfielder Mikie Mahtook.
The Tampa Bay Rays fell to the New York Yankees by a final score of 5-3. The win gives the Yankees their first sweep in Tampa since September, 2005.
Grant Balfour‘s Second Stint With Rays Ends On Saturday night Grant Balfour allowed three runs (earned) on one hit while issuing three walks,hitting a batter and giving up a grand slam to Chris Young while only recording two outs.
The Rays offense was quiet Saturday night compared to that of the Yankees, as they were shutout on just three hits in a 9-0 loss.
Alex Rodriguez looked like his old self Friday evening, as he stole the show with two home runs in what ended up as a loss for the Rays.
Rays first baseman Allan Dykstra crushed his first major league home run to put the Rays on top of the New York Yankees 3-2 in the fourth inning.
Erik Boland On Alex Rodriguez And His Early Season Success Erik Boland of Newsday joined Tom Veit to talk Yankees baseball and Alex Rodriguez’s surprisingly great early season showing. I got to see a little bit of A Rod
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been dogged by problems caused by lane closings at the George Washington Bridge between New Jersey and New York. It has been a problem that has not involved sports but Christie’s latest problem