Jeremy Hellickson

Hellickson Can’t Hold Early Lead, Rays Fall 4-3 To White Sox

Jeremy Hellickson was unable to win a start at Tropicana Field for the 12th consecutive time falling to the White Sox 4-3.

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Johnny Field Earns Top Honor In Rays System

One year removed from being drafted in the 5th round centerfielder Johnny Field was named as the Tampa Bay Rays 2014 Minor League Player of the Year.

David Price

David Price Trade Isn’t Really Paying Off For Tigers

Detroit Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski had a strategy when he traded Drew Smyly and Austin Jackson to the

Rays

Cobb’s Streak Ends In Rays 3-2 Loss To Yankees

Alex Cobb allowed three earned runs in a start for the first time in 12 starts as the Yankees won Derek Jeter's final game at the Trop 3-2.

Headley

Yankees Chase Headley Irked By Joe Maddon’s Comments

New York Yankees Chase Headley is not happy with Joe Maddon's choice of words used to describe the pitch that hit him in the jaw.

Rays

Yankees Jeter & Headley Voice Frustration After Loss To Rays

Derek Jeter and Chase Headley are both frustrated with getting hit by pitches after they lose 6-1 to the Tampa Bay Rays.

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Rays Continue Domination Of Yankees With 6-1 Victory

The Tampa Bay Rays defeated the New York Yankees by a final score of 6-1. Tempers flared in the eighth inning after Derek Jeter was hit by a pitch.

Derek Jeter HBP

The Aftermath Of Derek Jeter Being Hit By Pitch (Video)

Though everything was smooth sailing through the first seven innings at Tropicana Field tonight, the eighth inning started a different story. It all started when Derek Jeter was hit by a 0-2 93 mph offering from Steve Geltz. The

Cobb

Alex Cobb Faces Yankees Again, Looks To Pass The Babe

Alex Cobb looks for his 13th consecutive game allowing two runs or less and pass Babe Ruth in the process as he takes on the New York Yankees.

Joe Maddon

Joe Maddon On Why Offense Is Continuing To Decline (Video)

Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon discusses why offense has been and will continue to trend downward throughout all of Major League Baseball.