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Rays Farm: Justin Williams Finishes June 5-for-5

Justin Williams put a cap on a productive June by going 5-for-5 with a double, three runs scored, and two runs driven in.

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Rays Acquire Marc Krauss, Option Nick Franklin

Marc Krauss was acquired from the Los Angeles Angles and will help the Tampa Bay Rays shore up their first base situation until Jaso or Loney returns.

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Rays Drubbed By Nationals 16-4

Losing in baseball is never fun but sometimes there are events that happen during the game that provide for a little comic relief making the bitter pill of defeat somewhat easier to swallow. Last night the Tampa Bay Rays

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Angels Power Past Rays, Frieri Designated For Assignment

The Tampa Bay Rays fell to the Los Angeles Angels 7-3. After the game the Rays designated Ernesto Frieri for assignment and recalled Mikie Mahtook

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Nick Franklin Could See Playing Time In Outfield

Nick Franklin was taking balls in the outfield during early batting practice Tuesday, and manager Kevin Cash said he could see some playing time out there.

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Rays Unable To Generate Offense In Series Finale Loss To A’s

The Tampa Bay Rays fell to the Oakland Athletics by a final score of 7-2 to split their four game series.

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Rays Infirmary Report: Matt Moore Getting Closer To Return

Matt Moore threw 2-innings in a simulated game in Port Charlotte Monday. He will throw a bullpen Wednesday and then either extended spring or simulated game

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Offensive Explosion Backs Chris Archer As Rays Avoid Sweep

The Tampa Bay Rays received six solid innings by Chris Archer and banged out 19-hits en route to a 11-3 win over the Twins.

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Rays Minor League: Willy Adames On Fire With Stone Crabs

Willy Adames is starting to show the growth and promise with the bat that the Rays expected when they acquired him last season.

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Sloppy Rays Lose Second In A Row To Twins

The Tampa Bay Rays failed to make routine plays costing them at least two runs in their 6-4 loss to the Minnesota Twins.