Evan Longoria becomes Rays franchise leader with 164th career home run

Evan Longoria is already on a lot of top-ten leaderboards for the Rays. The franchise came into existence in 1998, so it’s not nearly as impressive as a top-ten appearance on Red Sox leaderboards. At any rate, Longoria figures to be the guy everybody chases by the time he hangs up his spikes. With a third inning, two-run blast off of Ivan Nova on Saturday night, Longoria broke...
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VIDEO: Longoria’s record-breaking home run

4/19/14: Evan Longoria hits a two-run homer, his 164th career home run, becoming the Rays‘ all-time home run leader.
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VIDEO: Evan Longoria becomes Rays' all-time home-run leader

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Evan Longoria sets Rays' record for career HRs

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Slide over, Carlos Pena. Third baseman Evan Longoria became the Tampa Bay Rays’ leader in career home runs by smacking his 164th in the third inning Saturday at Tropicana Field against New York Yankees right-hander Ivan Nova. Longoria, who has two home runs this season, cracked a two-run homer off the C-ring catwalk in left field on a 78-mph curveball...
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Daily Fantasy - Evan Longoria vs CC Sabathia

The Tampa Bay Rays are in the Bronx to play a 4 game set with the New York Yankees, and they will not have to face one of Masahiro Tanaka or Michael Pineda.  But tonight it's David Price vs CC Sabathia and that means the Rays bats could come alive!  Sabathia has faced the Rays 14 times in the past 3 seasons, more than any other team.  Over those starts, he is just 3 and 8...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

How the Tampa Bay Rays will make the playoffs

Based upon how the Tampa Bay Rays’ roster looks on paper, there appears to be a good chance that they will be playing in October.  However, it has been proven time and time again that the best teams on paper do not always end up performing up to expectations.  Underperformance and injuries are both to be expected over the course of a 162-game season.  The difference between...
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The four horsemen of the Tampa Bay Rays

Picking Tampa Bay’s four most crucial pieces to success in 2014 isn’t all that hard. This is a team with a pretty well-defined structure – you know who its superstars and most important players are. So without any further ado, let’s just get this over with. Evan Longoria Longoria is a perennial MVP candidate, and the player who broke the contract extension system for young...
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March 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Tampa Bay Rays: 3 Up and 3 Down

Tampa Bay Rays: 3 Up and 3 DownThe Tampa Bay Rays had a very successful 2013 season, especially given the fact that they are one of baseball’s lowest budget teams. The Rays finished in second place in the AL East with a record of 92-71, earning one of the two American League Wild Card spots. This would be quite an impressive season for a team in any division, but is especially...
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March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Evan Longoria remains a player of interest at 3B (2014 Third Base Position Primer)

It is Miguel Cabrera‘s position — For 2014 at least — and everyone else is hoping not to get lapped. But, Adrian Beltre, Evan Longoria and David Wright will also be top round selections and offer the offense traditionally associated with the hot corner. Longoria, just 28 is still in his prime and a potential first round talent going in the second. Adrian Beltre has mashed...
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February 24, 2014  |  Discuss

A Rays stadium closer to, Orlando?

Major League Baseball has been publicly quiet regarding the stadium saga between the team and the city of St. Petersburg. Commissioner Bud Selig says the issue must be resolved but aside from that, nothing further has been said. Until Saturday morning.  Via Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times, MLB union chief Michael Weiner said that the league has wondered what it would be like...
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March 02, 2013  |  1 Comment

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