On Tuesday, Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Nate Karns joined some exclusive company.Karns homered in his first at-bat against the Philadelphia Phillies, becoming the first American League pitcher to go yard since 2011:He's also joins Esteban Yan as the only Rays pitchers to ever homer.Of course, this comes off of the Phillies and their top prospect Aaron Nola. This just isn't the Phillies' year.
Old news: Jerry Dipoto is gone, there’s a problem with the organizational hierarchy and Bill Stoneman is now (again) the Angels General Manager. New News: the Angels should probably start looking for someone else to make the decisions soon, because as it turns out, Bill Stoneman was actually an awful General Manager. You see the thing is, most people remember past times more fondly...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Sean Rodriguez hit a tiebreaking homer in the sixth inning and drove in three runs, helping the streaking Tampa Bay Rays extend their longest winning string this year to five and handing the New York Yankees their season-worst fifth straight loss, 6-3 Wednesday. Ben Zobrist doubled twice among his three hits for the Rays, but ran into two outs. With manager Joe Maddon...
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