Posts Tagged ‘Tampa Bay Rays’
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The Boston Red Sox entered the weekend series against the Tampa Bay Rays in a very desperate position. Sitting nine games behind the first place Rays, Boston needed something to go their way. A sweep, or even two losses at the hands of the Rays could have crippled Red Sox nation. Extra innings, ejections, and […]
The Chicago White Sox called upon Chris Sale to avoid a sweep today in St. Petersburg. Just when it looked like he may be successful, Asdrubal Cabrera stepped into the batters box. Known more for his defensive abilities, Cabrera won the battle with a two-run blast and the Rays held on for a 2-1 victory, completing the three-game sweep.Something funny happened […]
Dunedin, Fla. — Tampa Bay Rays prospect Willy Adames was 1 for 5 today against the Blue Jays with a run scored and a RBI. Adames is batting .296 in 52 games with 2 HR and 52 RBI on the season with A Charlotte Stone Crabs.
Dunedin, Fla. — Tampa Bay Rays lefty Matt Moore had his second rehab start for the Charlotte Stone Crabs in Dunedin tonight versus the Dunedin Blue Jays. Moore, who previously pitched his first rehab start on Wednesday June 3 in Port Charlotte versus the Ft. Myers Miracle threw 52 pitches, 31 for strikes in 2 1/3 innings […]
When the Tampa Bay Rays traded away their outfielder-of-the-future, Wil Myers, you may have questioned the move. However, what you may not have known is that, in return, Tampa would receive a similarly dynamic prospect, Steven Souza Jr. Mike Trout is a HR-SB king in MLB. The baseball world is constantly talking about superstars […]
Kris Dunn’s Dugout View: Should Alex Cobb have Tommy John surgery?
April 12, 2008 was the day. The Tampa Bay Devil Rays were no more. The organization had gone with a more fan friendly, Rays moniker. The future looked bright and the Rays had a phenom third baseman they hoped would carry them to new heights. Fast forward seven years and that third baseman is still […]
The month of April provided plenty of interesting story-lines. Most recently, the Baltimore Orioles and Chicago White Sox played a game in front of zero fans. The Orioles took the field on the first day of May and provided us with more drama. With the city of Baltimore currently operating under a city-wide curfew, […]
Can you name the gentlemen in the Cincinnati Red uniform on the Daytona Tortugas bench during Tuesday’s game against the Dunedin Blue Jays?