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Rays' Jaso, Beckham propel clutch comeback over Orioles, 3-1

Rays' Jaso, Beckham propel clutch comeback over Orioles, 3-1

In a game the Rays really needed to win, they came through against reliever Darren O'Day, stringing together three hits against the side-winder in the eighth inning to rally past Baltimore. The hits were the most O'Day has allowed to the Rays since June 2008, a stretch of 43 appearances.
Published: 07/24/15
Updated: 07/25/15
Group sought to study Tropicana Field site isn’t eager to get involved

Group sought to study Tropicana Field site isn’t eager to get involved

If the Urban Land Institute, a nonprofit group highly regarded for its expertise in planning and land-use matters, was hired for the study, eight or nine people would have to be brought in from out of town to work on the job. Even then, the group is not sure it could give the city the detailed info leaders say they want.
Published: 07/24/15
Updated: 07/25/15
A’s trade ex-Rays starter Kazmir to Houston

A’s trade ex-Rays starter Kazmir to Houston

Scott Kazmir is heading to his hometown Houston Astros and into the thick of a pennant race, and the Oakland Athletics are starting their summer sell-off.
Published: 07/24/15
Rays notes: Team brings sense of urgency to homestand

Rays notes: Team brings sense of urgency to homestand

The Rays begin a six-game homestand tonight with the Orioles that ends with three games against the Tigers. All three teams are trying to get back in playoff races, and all three are under .500.
Published: 07/23/15
Updated: 07/24/15
St. Pete council votes to study Tropicana Field site

St. Pete council votes to study Tropicana Field site

City council members will ask Mayor Rick Kriseman to approve a study assessing the value of the Tropicana Field site — with and without the existing baseball stadium.
Published: 07/23/15
Updated: 07/24/15
Bats to blame for Rays’ tailspin

Bats to blame for Rays’ tailspin

Since sitting atop the AL East in late June, the Rays have gone into a tailspin — and the woes can be directly traced to their struggles at the plate.
Published: 07/23/15
Updated: 07/24/15
Rays notes: Karns’ homer puts him in exclusive company

Rays notes: Karns’ homer puts him in exclusive company

Thanks to RHP Nathan Karns, the memory of Harry McCormick was rekindled.
Published: 07/22/15
Updated: 07/23/15
Rays find a fitting way to lose to Phillies 5-4 in 10 innings

Rays find a fitting way to lose to Phillies 5-4 in 10 innings

The Rays had plenty of opportunities to roll over the worst team in the major leagues and did not, instead losing 5-4 in 10 innings to the Phillies.
Published: 07/22/15
Karns' historic home run powers Rays past Phillies 1-0

Karns' historic home run powers Rays past Phillies 1-0

Nathan Karns homered and pitched five innings, and he wasn't even feeling well. It was just the sixth time that an American League pitcher homered in a 1-0 game and the first 1-0 interleague game in which the deciding home run was by a pitcher.
Published: 07/21/15
Updated: 07/22/15

Rays notes: Jennings, Smyly making progress

Two injured players the Tampa Bay Rays are still expecting to make contributions this season faced each other Tuesday afternoon at Charlotte Sports Park when OF Desmond Jennings (knee surgery) faced LHP Drew Smyly (torn labrum) during Smyly’s ...
Published: 07/21/15
Updated: 07/22/15