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The Tampa Bay Rays (60-42) will head to New York this weekend to take on the Yankees for a three-game series. This is a big series as well because the Rays will need to be able to win within the division and finish this road trip off strong. Tampa Bay is fresh off winning a [...]
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A star of the Tampa Bay Rays' farm system will miss significant time.
The Rays announced that right-hander Taylor Guerrieri, considered to be their top pitching prospect, had successful Tommy John surgery Wednesday to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow. He is expected to miss the rest of the 2013 season and at least part of the 2014 campaign.
The Tampa Bay Rays have claimed first place in the division after they defeated the New York Yankees Friday night and the Boston Red Sox lost to the Baltimore Orioles. Manager Joe Maddon said the following after acknowledging they were in first place, via the Tampa Bay Times. It’s always good to validate what you had been doing. You get to that particular point, and you’re there...
Turning a double play is always a feat in and of itself, but making it look pretty is a practiced art form.
On Wednesday night, Yanul Escobar was quite the artist. In the bottom of the fourth inning of Wednesday night’s game, the Red Sox’ Dustin Pedroia hit what looked like a seeing-eye single, but Escobar wouldn’t let that fly. The Rays shortstop ranged up the middle to make...
The top pitching prospect in the Tampa Bay Rays organization, Taylor Guerrieri, underwent Tommy John surgery today and will most likely be out until the 2015 season.
Guerrieri was slated to pitch in the 2013 Futures Game, but was scratched due to fatigue, which appeared to follow him into his most recent start on July 15, where he was pulled in the third inning with elbow soreness...
Rays shortstop Yunel Escobar pulled off one of the more impressive defensive plays of the year in the fourth inning of Wednesday night’s game against the Red Sox. Check out the sexy behind-the-back flip with the glove. Nailed it.
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One of the top prospects in the Tampa Bay Rays organization will miss the remainder of the minor league season as well as part of - or all of - next season. Taylor Guerrieri will undergo Tommy John surgery. He was the Rays' first round pick in the 2011 draft.
BREAKING NEWS: #Rays top pitching prospect Taylor Guerrieri having Tommy John surgery today
— Marc Topkin...
Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Alex Torres busted out one of the most creative pickoff moves we’ve seen Wednesday night against the Red Sox. Granted, Jarrod Saltalamacchia beat Torres’ throw back to first, but COME ON. Look at the creativity and the deception. [Continue Reading]
I’m surprised there isn’t more creativity being applied to pickoff moves. I guess you can spend your time...
Tampa Bay Rays’ Yunel Escobar started off this slick double play on Wednesday night with a filthy behind-the-back flip to Ben Zobrist. Zobrist then barehanded the ball and rifled it to first to finish off the double play. This was an absolutely fantastic play, and a web gem for sure.
The Price is Right After missing a month and a half, Tampa Bay Rays ace David Price has returned to the Cy Young-caliber pitcher we saw in 2012. In his five July starts since returning from the DL, Price has gone 4-1 with a 1.76 ERA over 41.0 innings pitched. Three of his five starts have been [...]
Rays Lefty Back to Cy Young Form Since Coming off Disabled List Starting pitcher David Price went the distance for Tampa Bay on Wednesday night allowing just a run on five hits as the Rays defeated the Boston Red Sox 5-1 to creep to within a half game of first place Boston in the division. [...]
NEW YORK (AP) -- Jeremy Hellickson retired Yankees newcomer Alfonso Soriano with the bases loaded to preserve an early lead and the streaking Tampa Bay Rays tagged CC Sabathia once again, beating New York 10-6 Friday night.
The Rays have won 20 of 23 and took sole possession of the AL East lead for the first time since June 10, 2012. Tampa Bay moved a half-game ahead of Boston....
Chris Archer threw a two-hitter for his second shutout in three starts, outpitching Ivan Nova and leading the Tampa Bay Rays to a 1-0 victory over the New York Yankees on Saturday
Kelly Johnson had an RBI single off Nova (4-4) in the sixth to help the AL East-leading Rays improve to 24-5 since June 23, when they were in last place.
Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon said before the game...
Thursday night's Red Sox/Rays battle for first place in the American League East has been postponed. The game will be made up on Monday at 6:10 p.m. at Fenway Park. That would have been an off day for both teams.
The delay may actually work in the Rays favor as it will be David Price's turn in the rotation. Price pitched a five-hit complete...
Jeremy Hellickson retired Yankees newcomer Alfonso Soriano with
the bases loaded to preserve an early lead and the streaking Tampa
Bay Rays tagged CC Sabathia once again, beating New York 10-6