ST. PETERSBURG – The goal for the Rays down the stretch is to win as many series as possible, and they have a chance to do that this afternoon against the visiting Yankees at what is expected to be a nearly full Tropicana Field.
ST. PETERSBURG -- LHP Drew Smyly had an impressive home debut as a Ray, and if not for one pitch, he might have headed home a winner.
ST. PETERSBURG — Rob Manfred, the newly elected baseball commission can be, in the words of Rays owner Stuart Sternberg, “an agent of change.”
ST. PETERSBURG — Even with the speedy Brett Gardner speeding up the first base line, and even though the ball had glanced off Jake McGee’s glove, Rays second baseman Logan Forsythe felt he still had a play at first base in the top of th...
The Rays beat the Yankees 5-0 on Friday night in front of 26,535 fans at Tropicana Field to reach .500 for the first time since April 22.
ST. PETERSBURG — The Rays have started their ascension back up the American League East standings despite the loss of three regulars — OF Wil Myers, OF/DH David DeJesus and C Ryan Hanigan....
The Rays open a six-game homestand tonight against the Yankees to begin a key stretch during which they play 29 of their next 32 games against AL East teams. All but four of those games are against teams ahead of them in the standings.
Right fielder Wil Myers (right wrist fracture) could rejoin the Rays next week during the series with the Tigers, Rays Manager Joe Maddon said.
The Rays flew home early this morning from the heart of Texas still hopeful of chasing someone down for a postseason spot, thanks to a winning road trip.
ARLINGTON, Texas — Chris Archer watched Tuesday’s marathon from the comfort of the team hotel, watched as the innings piled up as Rays manager Joe Maddon went through his bullpen pitcher after pitcher after pitcher.