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Despite blowing twice as many saves than last year in 37 fewer chances, Fernando Rodney will remain the Rays' closer.
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Jose Bautista homered twice and later singled in the winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning as the Toronto Blue Jays capped a series win over the Tampa Bay Rays with a 4-3 victory at the Rogers Centre.
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The rivalry between the Tampa Bay Rays and New York Yankees is now in its sixteenth year, and depending on who you ask, some may say it has only really been a rivalry since 2008, when the Rays recorded their first winning season and ended up going to the World Series.
This year he's dominated with a front-door sinker to lefties. It's not a pitch he's ever thrown before.
Here's a question. How many of you have woken up in Las Vegas with a live tiger and a baby named Carlos? Or how about this.
When Price felt a twinge in his left triceps in the third inning of his May 15 start against the Red Sox, the Rays quickly removed him from the game.
Phillies starter Roy Halladay's best-case scenario is a late-August return to the rotation, according to MLB.com. Halladay, who had shoulder surgery last week, reported to Clearwater, Fla.
It seems as though we have been waiting for Jeremy Hellickson to take that next step, to show that there is something beyond a solid middle of the rotation starter.
By all accounts, Jeremy Hellickson should be having a career year right now. His curveball has joined with his fastball and changeup to give him three plus pitches.
Jose Bautista almost single-handedly willed the Blue Jays to victory on Wednesday evening, and by doing so, finally put an end to the club's prolonged struggles against the Rays.
The Blue Jays still haven't made their decision on who their starting pitcher will be on Friday, but it may be a fresh face.
Rays manager Joe Maddon backtracked Tuesday on his comments concerning the gesture Yunel Escobar made while crossing home plate Monday after his ninth-inning home run against the Blue Jays and defended Escobar's action.
It took nearly a month for the Tampa Bay Rays to win five road games, but they're on the verge of winning that many in less than a week as part of a hot stretch.
Cesar Ramos was impressive while appearing in four of the Rays' 10 games during the last homestand after pitching in only three of the previous 17 games.