Found April 12, 2013 on Fox Sports Florida:
BOSTON (AP) -- The game between the Tampa Bay Rays and Boston Red Sox on Friday night has been postponed by rain. The opener of the four-game series was called off after rain began in the afternoon. The wet weather was expected to continue for most of the day, with temperatures in the 30s and 20 mph winds. No makeup date was announced. The Rays' next visit to Fenway Park is June 17 for a two-game series. Both teams have an open date the previous day.
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
RELATED ARTICLES

Drew over Iglesias the wrong move for the Red Sox

There was a time when I supported Stephen Drew as one of the most underrated shortstops in baseball. If you search my site, you will probably find a post or two on the subject. But that was before he broke his ankle and fell out of favor in Arizona. Since that injury, Stephen Drew has not yet been able to recapture his elite shortstop status. I waited for years for Drew to have...

Video: Stephen Drew catches line drive deflected by Will Middlebrooks

Tweet   The Boston Red Sox defeated the Tampa Bay Rays 2-1 in ten innings Saturday thanks to a walkoff single by Shane Victorino. The left side of Boston’s infield (third baseman Will Middlebrooks and shortstop Stephen Drew) struggled with the bats on the afternoon, going a combined 1-for-8 with two strikeouts. But they did [...]

Red Sox-Rays Postponed Due to Inclement Weather, to Be Rescheduled

The 7:10 p.m. game between the Boston Red Sox and the Tampa Bay Rays has been postponed due to the weather, the team announced Friday afternoon. The area was expecting rain throughout the evening, with snow and sleet falling at points in some parts of the state Friday afternoon. Temperatures were expected to drop into the 30s, with 20-mph winds. The game “will be rescheduled as...

Matt Moore And Alex Cobb: AL-Only Brothers In Arms

This early in the season, much of what happens is simply noise. Anyone who is asking their favorite fantasy baseball experts if they should drop someone who they selected in the first 15 rounds of their snake draft probably deserves what they get. However, that doesn’t mean that you should remain totally inactive at this point in the year. Scenarios can unfold that will allow you...

4 real? Four at bats that changed the game. Red Sox vs Rays 4-13-13

Game 10: Red Sox win in extras, 2-1 There was a pitcher's duel at Fenway this afternoon, as David Price and Jon Lester had aces up their sleeves. The two combined for 13 strikeouts and 13 innings pitched, but in the end, timely hitting and smart managerial moves by John Farrell gave the Red Sox the 2-1 win in extra innings. Here are the four at bats that changed the game:...

4 real? Four at bats that changed the game. Red Sox vs O's 4-11-13

Game 9: Red Sox fall in a close one 3-2 The Red Sox had goals of taking the third series in a row to start a season for the first time since 1952, but the Orioles spoiled all the fun. The game was close all night, and Alfredo Aceves was servicable at best, but the Red Sox could not put together enough offense to take this from the Os at Fenway. It almost felt as if the Orioles beat...

Red Sox DH David Ortiz pain-free in rehab game

When it comes to running the bases, Boston slugger David Ortiz will never be confused with Rickey Henderson. But the fact that Ortiz was able to run without pain Thursday night was the best news the Red Sox could have hoped for in his first rehab game with Triple-A Pawtucket. Ortiz's baserunning might have overshadowed his performance at the plate even though he was 2 for 3...

Report: Bobby Valentine to Publish Book Called ‘Valentine’s Way,’ Give His Perspective on 2012 Red Sox Season

Bobby Valentine will once again follow in Terry Francona‘s footsteps. Valentine is coming out with a book that will give “his perspective on last season with the Red Sox,” according to the Boston Herald. The book of baseball memoirs reportedly will be called “Valentine’s Way.” Valentine reportedly signed a deal with the publishing company Simon & Schuster, and he’ll...

Ortiz pain-free in rehab game

When it comes to running the bases, Boston slugger David Ortiz will never be confused with Rickey Henderson. But the fact that Ortiz was able to run without pain Thursday night was the best news the Red Sox could have hoped for in his first rehab game with Triple-A Pawtucket. Ortiz's baserunning might have overshadowed his performance at the plate even though he was 2 for 3...

Rays sport letterman jackets on first road trip

By ANDREW ASTLEFORD The Tampa Bay Rays first road trip of the season has an old-school feel to it. The Rays, known for themed excursions away from Tropicana Field under manager Joe Maddon, debuted blue letterman jackets in a series against the Texas Rangers this week. They feature white sleeves with a large sunburst logo on the left breast. Its a nice touch to keep players loose...

Mike Napoli’s Improving Offensive Approach a Silver Lining in Tough Loss to Orioles

The Red Sox dropped two winnable games in a row to the Orioles, spoiling what had the potential to be a tempo-setting first home series. If there is a silver lining to Boston’s subpar offensive output in Thursday’s 3-2 loss, though, it’s the increased comfort that Mike Napoli appears to have at the plate. Napoli entered Thursday’s contest hitting just .211 (6-for-34) with...

GAME POSTPONED: Red Sox vs. Tampa Bay Rays on 4/12

Tonight's game featuring the first of a four game series against the Tampa Bay Rays has been postponed due to heavy rain within the Boston area. Today's game will be rescheduled for June 18th at 1:05pm as part of a day/night double header. Follow Scott Levesque on Twitter at @scottlevesque.

3 Stars of the game: Game 9

In the rubber game of the first home series of the season the Red Sox were not able to overcome a lead acquired by Baltimore in the 7th inning. This being the first series that the team has lost this season brings their record to 5-4, still a much better start to the year than we have had the previous 2 years. The team tonight was overrun by 3 Baltimore players, your three stars...

Chris Davis hits homer, Red Sox fan gives it one finger up

I guess she doesn’t approve of Chris Davis‘ homer.
All Sports News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.