Rays’ bullpen leads the team as it shuts down Astros

by Gary Shelton on July 12, 2015 · 0 comments

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Boxberger saved all three games of the series against the Astros./JEFFREY S. KING

Boxberger saved all three games of the series against the Astros./JEFFREY S. KING

Sunday, 5:17 p.m.

The hitting continues to struggle. The starting pitching comes and goes. There are still too many players on the disabled list.

But the bullpen.

The bullpen can play.

When it is rested, when it is ready, the relief corps of the Tampa Bay Rays can be a sight to see. And if there was a bit of

something to feel good about at the end of the Rays' first half, it was because there is something to feel good about at the end of games.

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