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Game 48 Preview: Tampa Bay Rays vs New York Yankees

The Rays go for the series victory over New York behind Jake Odorizzi The Rays broke out of their offensive funk at Tropicana Field as they knocked Michael PIneda out of the game early and totaled nine runs overall to snap their three game losing streak. The Rays are now at 22-25, still in last place in the American League East, six games back of the Boston Red Sox. Meanwhile, the...
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4 hours ago

Coming off scoreless start, Odorizzi gets ball in finale

After collecting a win and his first Major League hit last time out, Rays starter Jake Odorizzi will look to keep up his good fortune as Tampa Bay closes out its series against Nathan Eovaldi and the Yankees on Sunday at 1:10 p.m. ET.
Via Rays.com
20 hours ago

Odorizzi on batting in AL: 'This is what we dream of'

Holding the opposition in check has proven to be the easy part for Jake Odorizzi more times than not. Picking up a win from it is another story.
Via Rays.com
4 days ago

Rays hold off Marlins to snap three-game losing streak

MIAMI (AP) -- Jake Odorizzi allowed two hits in five shutout innings, Hank Conger hit a two-run single and the Tampa Bay Rays held on to beat the Miami Marlins 4-3 on Tuesday.Odorizzi (2-2) struck out seven and walked three, plus delivered an RBI single for his first career hit. Logan Morrison had three hits and Brad Miller had two hits and two stolen bases for the Rays, who ended...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Rays hang on to beat Marlins 4-3, ending a 3-game slide

MIAMI (AP) Jake Odorizzi allowed two hits in five shutout innings, Hank Conger hit a two-run single and the Tampa Bay Rays held on to beat the Miami Marlins 4-3 on Tuesday. Odorizzi (2-2) struck out seven and walked three, plus delivered an RBI single for his first career hit. Logan Morrison had three hits and Brad Miller had two hits and two stolen bases for the Rays, who ended...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Jake Odorizzi’s Search for a Third Pitch

Useless and true: Jake Odorizzi is currently the major league’s pitching WAR leader. He’s made one start! Danny Salazar has made zero starts. All this means is that Odorizzi’s first start was a good one, and maybe the best so far, or maybe not. Noah Syndergaard had a pretty awesome debut, too. Jose Fernandez was sweet. Chris Archer looked good. Odorizzi was right there. He...
Via Fangraphs
April 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Jake Odorizzi: A Budding Craftsman on his Development

Jake Odorizzi is a wanted man. The 25-year-old right-hander is reportedly a trade target for multiple teams this offseason. It’s easy to see why. Last year, in his second full season with the Tampa Bay Rays, Odorizzi logged a 3.35 ERA and a 3.61 FIP over 28 starts. Arbitration eligible after the coming campaign, he’s under team control four more years. Odorizzi isn’t a power...
Via Fangraphs
January 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Jake Odorizzi's self-confidence pays off with another strong June start

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Jake Odorizzi looked far from a sure thing early this season, when the young right-hander struggled through April and parts of May. He looked less confident than he had when he won the Tampa Bay Rays' fifth-starter job in spring training. He looked timid through his second and third encounters with an opponent's lineup. He looked overmatched. The baseball...
Via Fox Sports Florida
June 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Jake Odorizzi honors 'The Thing' pitch with Dr. Seuss T-shirts

Thing 1 + Thing 2 = Strike 3. Right-hander Jake Odorizzi's new split/change pitch has been a buzzworthy topic in the Tampa Bay Rays clubhouse since spring training. The weapon, taught to him by Rays right-hander Alex Cobb, has been dubbed "The Thing," and it's one of the reasons why the 24-year-old broke into the Rays' rotation as their No. 5 starter with right-hander Jeremy Hellickson...
Via Fox Sports Florida
April 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Jake Odorizzi's journey has him prepped for role in Rays' rotation

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. -- Jake Odorizzi is sleeping better these days. It's hard to tell, because he has been the same, steady, easy-going Jake all along. It's hard to faze him. He's human. There are highs, and there are lows. He feels anxiety, and he lives relief. But mostly, he has been the same, constant, level-headed Jake since he joined the Tampa Bay Rays as part of the seven...
Via Fox Sports Florida
March 25, 2014  |  Discuss
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