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Tampa Bay Rays starter David Price continued to resemble the pitcher that won the 2012 A. L. Cy Young Award on Wednesday night, throwing his third complete game in his last five starts while leading Tampa to a 5-1 win at Fenway Park over the Red Sox. Now 5-5 on the season after a
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Tampa Bay Rays right-hander Alex Cobb left a rehab start Tuesday night in Port Charlotte, Fla., early because of a blister on his right index finger.
Cobb, pitching for the Class A Advanced Charlotte Stone Crabs, threw two pitches against the Dunedin Blue Jays, a Toronto Blue Jays affiliate, before leaving the mound at Charlotte Sports Park as a precaution. The appearance was his...
BOSTON — The Red Sox’ offensive approach has been obvious, consistent and very productive. It’s also not unbeatable.
David Price twirled a complete game as the Rays rolled to a 5-1 victory at Fenway Park on Wednesday. It was the second complete game by a Tampa Bay starter in the series, as Matt Moore also went the distance on Monday, and it further demonstrated what can happen...
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 [...]
For the second time in three nights, a Tampa Bay Rays pitcher threw a complete game against the Boston Red Sox. This time around it was David Price who allowed just a Mike Napoli solo home run in a 5-1 win for the visitors from Florida.
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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. [...]
Rays shortstop Yunel Escobar made the dazzling play that people were talking about tweeting about and tuning in to highlights shows to see after Wednesday's 5-1 win.
But David Price delivered the performance worthy of deep thought a 97-pitch compete-game five-hit masterpiece against the potent Red Sox that extended his post-disabled-list run and raised the startling possibility...
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...
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 Red Sox can put some distance between themselves and the white-hot Tampa Bay Rays in the American League East race this week during their four-game series. But the Rays won’t be easy to hold off, especially after Monday’s Tampa Bay win.
The Rays haven’t lost a series since dropping two of three at Fenway on June 18-19 (when the Sox swept a doubleheader). They entered this...
Tampa Bay’s left-handed pitcher David Price, the reigning AL Cy Young Award winner, will be opposed by another left-handed starter from the Boston Red Sox who is pitching like he wants to win the Cy Young. No, we’re not talking about Jon Lester, who pitched tremendously Tuesday night. Rather, Felix Doubront, the young Venezuelan who is 7-3 with...
It may have been the late game the night before but the Red Sox came out and were shut down imediatly by Matt Moore, who single handidly pulled the Tampa Bay Rays to within .5 a game of the Red Sox in the AL East standings. Here are the 3 stars of last nights game.
Star 3: Ben Zobrist
Zobrist went 3-5 last night, getting more hits than the entire...
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The Red Sox caught a break last night.
They can cash in on it tonight.
night’s rainout meant a lot more than the indignity of possibly sliding
into second place in the AL East for the first...
Eric D. Schabell
There should have been four games played in the Rays series, but rain has pushed the last game out until just after the last Tipping Point series with the Orioles.
Keeping with the tradition here of revisiting predictions we check on the progress with respect to the original Tipping Point and follow up to the situation after the Yankees series...
6:20 p.m.: Wednesday’s lineups are below.
Red Sox (61-41)
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF
Shane Victorino, RF
Dustin Pedroia, 2B
David Ortiz, DH
Mike Napoli, 1B
Jonny Gomes, LF
Stephen Drew, SS
Jarrod Saltalamacchia, C
Jose Iglesias, 3B
Felix Doubront, LHP (7-3, 3.76 ERA)
Desmond Jennings, CF
Evan Longoria, 3B
Ben Zobrist, 2B
Wil Myers, RF
Luke Scott, DH
Sean Rodriguez, LF