The Tampa Bay Rays were able to get just five hits as a team Friday night, but they were able to plate three runs in their victory over the Orioles.
Matt Andriese continues to dominate the competition in Triple-A while Andrew Bellatti makes his case that he should join the Rays in St. Pete.
Nick Franklin continues his solid hitting with the Bulls. The Rays sagging offense could use a lift and Franklin continues to put his name into the hat.
Nate Karns delivered a solo home run to account for the only run en route to a 1-0 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies.
Jake Bauers delivered a Grand Slam and drove in five runs and Dayron Varona went 5-for-5 en route to a 12-3 Biscuits victory.
The Tampa Bay Rays fell back to .500 as they opened the second half of their season with a 6-2 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays.
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Jacob Faria continues to insert his name in the prospects to watch bin as he made another impressive start for the Double-A Montgomery Biscuits.
Matt Andriese six strong innings allowing one unearned run were not enough as the Durham Bulls fell in 3-1 in 11-innings Boog Powell's web gem highlight.
Jake Odorizzi will return to the mound Saturday afternoon for the first time since June 5th as the Tampa Bay Rays take on the Houston Astros.
Taylor Motter continues to show versatility with the glove and pop with the bat. At some point he will be an option to join the Tampa Bay Rays.
The Tampa Bay Rays fell behind 3-0 after five pitches en route to a series sweeping loss to the Kansas City Royals by a final score of 8-3.
Richie Shaffer went 4-for-4 with an intentional walk and belted a pair of homers leading the Durham Bulls to a 10-8 victory over the Charlotte Knights.
Austin Pruitt continues to be impressive as he works his way up the Rays minor league ladder as he throws a complete game shutout in a Biscuits 1-0 win.