The Tampa Bay Rays currently stand at 61-63, two games back of .500 and 10 ½ games back of the first place Orioles in the AL East.
The Power Hour crew of Matthew Sardo and Amanda Borges talked with Sports Talk Florida Rays insider Steve Kinsella about the state of the Rays.
Note to baseball fans: If you or your child wants an autograph, don’t hand a baseball player the hat of a rival team. Typically, that seems to be common sense. But, that wasn’t the case over the weekend when
The Tampa Bay Rays played the New York Yankees in front of their second sellout crowd on Saturday. Captain Derek Jeter has already announced
Jeremy Hellickson was cruising until allowing three two out runs in the fifth. The Yankees bullpen never relinquished lead as Rays fall to NY 4-2.
Amid much fanfare two years ago, developer Darryl LeClair unveiled bold plans for a new Tampa Bay Rays stadium at Carillon Business Park.
The Tampa Bay Rays pitching staff has dominated the opposition as the team has recovered from a 24-42 start to the 2014 season.
Derek Jeter delivers a RBI single in the 9th inning to drive in the eventual go-ahead run as the Yankees defeat the Rays 3-2.
Alex Cobb leads the New York Yankees back to .500 with a 5-0 victory. The Rays are .500 for the first time since they were 10-10 on April 22nd.
Alex Cobb looks to continue his recent success and career mastery against the Yankees as the Rays attempt to get back to .500.