5/29/2016 | One swing changes Odorizzi's fate
The ball cracked off of the bat, and Jake Odorizzi didn't turn to look where it landed.
5/29/2016 | Andriese, Kennedy set to open series at KC
Starting the year 3-0 over four starts with a 2.63 ERA, Tampa Bay starter Matt Andriese will look to take advantage of a dinged-up Kansas City lineup on Monday at Kauffman Stadium. Opposing him will be Ian Kennedy, who holds a 4-3 record with a 3.38 ERA and 53 strikeouts.
5/29/2016 | Won-hitter! See how Yanks grazed Rays
Jake Odorizzi carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning, but one swing of the bat from Starlin Castro changed everything.
5/29/2016 | Fan website coming for Rays stadium suggestions
Rays fans are going to have a voice regarding things they want to see in a new stadium.
5/29/2016 | Kids up and at 'em at Rays' Pitch, Hit & Run event
It was only 7:15 a.m. ET Sunday at the loading dock outside Tropicana Field, but 24 kids of all ages were awake and ready to play baseball. The Rays' grounds crew was still working on the infield dirt and sweeping the outfield turf. The Rays and Yankees had yet to arrive for their 1:10 p.m. game.
5/29/2016 | Boxberger feels ready for return to bigs
The Rays' bullpen will be gaining a major piece before it squares off against Kansas City on Monday in the form of All-Star reliever Brad Boxberger.
5/28/2016 | Hank rakes: Catcher breaks out for big game
Hank Conger was one of the last Rays to enter the clubhouse after Tampa Bay had beaten the Yankees, 9-5, on Saturday. He sprinted down the hallway into a room full of his teammates, and as soon as he did, a loud roar projected through the walls.
5/28/2016 | Eovaldi, Odorizzi look to keep up momentum in finale
After collecting a win and his first Major League hit last time out, Rays starter Jake Odorizzi will look to keep up his good fortune as Tampa Bay closes out its series against Nathan Eovaldi and the Yankees on Sunday at 1:10 p.m. ET.
5/28/2016 | Cash: Boxberger will be eased back into closer role
Brad Boxberger threw nine pitches for Double-A Montgomery on Friday night. Rays manager Kevin Cash said he has yet to speak with him but that his impending return will help stabilize a "taxed" bullpen.
5/28/2016 | Moore backed by Longo, Conger HRs in win
Matt Moore pitched 6 2/3 innings of Tampa Bay's 9-5 win over the Yankees on Saturday afternoon at Tropicana Field, allowing three runs.
5/27/2016 | Defensive miscues prove costly for Rays
Chris Archer spun to rip a pickoff throw to Logan Morrison and watched as the first baseman had to reach, unsuccessfully, across the body of Brett Gardner to try and catch it. The ball rolled toward the Rays' bullpen in right field, and by that time, Gardner was at third base.
5/27/2016 | Moore eyes turnaround vs. visiting Yanks, Pineda
Tampa Bay left-hander Matt Moore isn't satisfied with how his season is going, and he hopes to get things turned around when the Rays host Michael Pineda and the Yankees on Saturday at 4:10 p.m. ET.
5/27/2016 | A-Rod's HR leads bats behind Tanaka for win
Alex Rodriguez's two-run homer backed a solid start by Masahiro Tanaka to lead the Yankees to a 4-1 win over the Rays at Tropicana Field.
5/27/2016 | Injured Kiermaier trying not to sweat time off
For the next five days, Kevin Kiermaier has to make sure he doesn't sweat. The Gold Glover with a fractured left hand isn't a fan of all the planned downtime that he has lying in wait for the next two months, but he doesn't have much of a choice.
5/27/2016 | Guyer seeking right protection at plate
Reality for Brandon Guyer is this: He's going to get hit by the baseball. Heading into Friday night's game against the Yankees, the Rays outfielder led the Major Leagues in being hit by pitches with 13, so he has been entertaining for some time the thought of getting some protection from the baseball.
5/26/2016 | Rays squander chance vs. Jose, get chippy
Few, if anybody, in the ballpark felt like the Marlins could be caught with a four-run lead in the fourth inning and dominating Jose Fernandez on the mound.
5/26/2016 | Tanaka-Archer bill opens latest in AL East rivalry
Chris Archer looks to break out of his season-long slump when the Rays host Masahiro Tanaka and the Yankees at 7:10 p.m. ET on Friday.
5/26/2016 | Forsythe eyeing return first week of June
Logan Forsythe is feeling good and is optimistically looking toward the first week in June for his return to the Rays.
5/26/2016 | Homers ruled the day among top prospects Wednesday
Wednesday's slate of Minor League action saw four Top 30 prospects connect on a pair of home runs on a day where the ball seemed to be flying out of the yard across all levels.
5/25/2016 | Supported during slump, LoMo rewards Rays' faith
When the Rays started their eight-game, three-city road trip on May 16, Logan Morrison was hitting .119. He didn't have any home runs. He didn't have a single RBI in 85 at-bats. Since then, Morrison has figured it out. He's gone 15 for his last 27 at the plate, and connected on three home runs. The latest came in Tampa Bay's 4-3 loss to Miami at Tropicana Field on Wednesday evening.
5/25/2016 | Short-handed outfield sparks Marlins past Rays
Cole Gillespie's RBI single in the eighth drove home the go-ahead run to lead the Marlins to a 4-3 win over the Rays on Wednesday night at Tropicana Field.
5/25/2016 | Back in Tampa area, Jose meets Smyly, Rays
Drew Smyly will look to build on his strong start on the road, while Jose Fernandez will attempt to get his first win near his old hometown when the Rays and Marlins conclude their home-and-home set on Thursday at Tropicana Field.
5/25/2016 | Garton gets surprise callup; Beckham down
Tampa Bay called up Ryan Garton from Triple-A Durham and sent down shortstop Tim Beckham prior to the club's game against the Marlins on Wednesday. To make room for Garton, Jake Goebbert was taken off the 40-man roster.
5/24/2016 | Pipeline preview: Musgrove takes hill for Triple-A Fresno
Astros prospect Joe Musgrove takes the mound for Triple-A Fresno and is making his third start for the Grizzlies since he was promoted from Double-A Corpus Christi.
5/24/2016 | Sturdevant records K in Major League debut
Rays reliever Tyler Sturdevant waited a long time for his opportunity, longer than most, but he finally made his Major League debut on Tuesday after parts of seven seasons in the Minors.
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