Joe Maddon wanted to get James Loney off his feet for a day to recharge his batteries. The afternoon bled into the evening and in the bottom of the 9th inning he came to the plate as a pinch
The Tampa Bay Rays opened their key four game series with the Texas Rangers by a final score of 6-2. The victory moves the Rays a full game ahead of the Rangers in the race for the top wild
The Rays played like they were looking for creative ways to lose. Wild Card lead now down to a mere two games over Baltimore and Cleveland.
Jeremy Hellickson won his first game since July 26th and Wil Myers had his first multi-homer game since July 28th as the Rays defeated the Los Angeles Angels 3-1.
Just one of those days...er...weeks....err..months. Rays lead in wild card dwindling after being swept by A's.
The Rays have Luke Scott, Matt Moore, Jesse Crain,and Delmon Young ready to come up. Expect Myers and Jennings to turn it around.
David Price looks to guarantee a series victory against CC Sabathia and the Yankees.
He is young, strong, and a capable right fielder so why does Rays Manager Joe Maddon continue to start Wil Myers as his designated hitter. Before the game he was asked this question and explained that he is hoping
Alex Cobb was victorious in his return to the mound two months to the day after being struck in the head by a line drive off the bat of Eric Hosmer.
Earlier this morning on SportstalkFlorida Mornings, Eric Lopez talks to SportstalkFlorida.com’s Steve Kinsella about what the Rays should expect from Alex Cobb? Why you should listen : Eric Lopez talks to Steve Kinsella about the Rays come from behind win