ST. PETERSBURG — After being stabbed 32 times by her former boyfriend, Melissa Dohme said none of the first responders who took care of her thought she would survive — except one.
Rays RHP Chris Archer said he doesn’t feel the need to change anything with the way he’s pitched recently other than to throw his fastball in the strike zone more often.
Rookie Alex Colome had the worst outing of his big-league career as the Yankees won 11-5 in front of an announced crowd of 10,619, the smallest to ever see the Yanks play at the Trop.
ST. PETERSBURG — The ball hung in the air and Logan Forsythe stayed where he was — a few steps from second base — until he knew for sure the ball would land safely in front of Texas center fielder Leonys Martin. ...
LHP Drew Smyly will undergo a second MRI today on his left shoulder to get a second opinion after the first MRI taken last week that revealed a tear in the labrum.
It wasn’t all that long ago when the Rays were lauded for their ability to develop young pitchers and keep them healthy.
Their pitching may be in disarray, but the power bats of the Tampa Bay Rays are on a serious roll.
The strong suit of the Rays is certainly being tested.
Matt Moore, who had Tommy John surgery in April 2014, pitched his second round of live batting practice Friday. Moore is scheduled to throw another round of live BP on Wednesday. If all goes well, he could throw a fourth live BP on May 18 or he could begin his minor league rehab assignment that day.
Rays left-handed starter Drew Smyly, who has pitched so well since returning from the disabled list, returned there with left shoulder soreness. The Rays also announced Jake Odorizzi will not start tonight because of the flu. Matt Andriese was recalled from Triple-A Durham and will take his place.