Roster shuffling is becoming the norm for New York, which on Saturday placed Curtis Granderson on the 15-day disabled list, recalled his presumed replacement -- Brennan Boesch -- from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, and claimed reliever David Huff off waivers from the Indians.
Alex Cobb understood why he was being sent back to Triple-A Durham to begin the 2012 season.
Fans are invited to watch the Rays Wives take on the Marlins Wives in the "Citrus Classic" prior to Monday's Rays-Marlins game at Tropicana Field.
Brett Gardner, Lyle Overbay and Jayson Nix each drove in two runs for the Yankees, who roughed up Hernandez in the second and fourth innings.
Despite blowing twice as many saves than last year in 37 fewer chances, Fernando Rodney will remain the Rays' closer.
The New York Yankees return to Tropicana Field in first place in the AL East with a record of 28-18 and they hold a 4 game lead over the Rays .
This year he's dominated with a front-door sinker to lefties. It's not a pitch he's ever thrown before.
As remarkably well as 3B Evan Longoria has played thus far, he said early on his legs felt so tired he worried if he could make it through a full season.
Fernando Rodney yielded a tying solo homer to Jose Bautista in the ninth inning, and the Rays went on to a 4-3 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Wednesday.
Matt Spring is known for his catching and his character. He is someone a team wants working with its pitchers, while keeping everyone loose in the clubhouse.
Jeremy Hellickson tries to keep Tampa Bay in the win column on Wednesday when the Rays play the rubber match of their three-game set with the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.
Nate McLouth homered leading off the bottom of the 10th inning, Chris Dickerson hit two solo shots, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the New York Yankees, 3-2, Tuesday night to snap a six-game losing streak.
Upon further review, Rays manager Joe Maddon said he had no problem with SS Yunel Escobar 's post-home run gesture Monday and took issue with anyone who did, as well as the Toronto fans for booing ex-Blue Jays players.
Ramon Ortiz has been a pleasant surprise for the Toronto Blue Jays. The journeyman right-hander tries to put back-to-back wins together on Tuesday when the Jays continue a three-game set with the Tampa Bay Rays at Rogers Centre.