Red Sox

Has there ever been a better Ray than Longo?

August 26, 2016 general

Friday, 6 a.m. Maybe it happened on a walk. Just a run-of-the-mill, take-your-base stroll down to first. Maybe no one noticed anything special. Maybe it happened on a tying home run in the eighth inning the night before. Maybe it happened as the crowds cheered the way they used to, as the batter grinned going […]

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For a night, Price is worth the price

August 23, 2016 general

Tuesday, 5:30 a.m. For much of the year, fans have debated whether Boston’s David Price was the worth his paycheck. After Tuesday night, they may give him a raise. Price tamed his former Tampa Bay Rays teammates, throwing eight innings of two-hit, shutout baseball. It was Price’s second straight win over the Rays, and stretched […]

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Tampa Bay Rays finally win, snap 11-game losing streak

June 28, 2016 general

Tuesday, 6 a.m. The Tampa Bay Rays ended something nasty Monday night. Whether they started something else, we’ll see. After 11 failures, the Tampa Bay Rays finally won a baseball game Monday night. In so doing, they started their own winning streak. One in a row. Who would have believed it? The Rays did a […]

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Andriese, backed by bullpen, lifts Rays

June 27, 2015 general

Saturday, 9:54 p.m. Matt Andriese is sticking around longer. The Tampa Bay Rays are enjoying it more. Andriese had his finest start of the season Saturday night, retiring 18 of 19 hitters over his six innings. Andriese sat down the first 11 batters he faced, and he threw only 70 pitches in his six innings […]

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Unsung heroes lead the Rays comeback victory

April 23, 2015 general

Thursday, 12:06 p.m. Raise your hands if you had these guys in the pool. Brandon Guyer. Jake Elmore. Steve Geltz. Yeah, them. Those were the ringleaders as the Rays broke a small losing streak Wednesday night, proving that a team has Content beyond this point is for members only.

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Rays waste a solid outing by Archer

April 21, 2015 general

Tuesday, 11:47 p.m. Nothing. Zip. Nada. As a town, Tampa Bay was shut out Tuesday evening. Not only did the Lightning lose 3-0 to the Red Wings, the Rays lost 1-0 to the Red Sox and managed only four hits. It stretched the Rays’ losing streak to four in a row, all in the American […]

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Ask the Expert: Doug Waechter

February 25, 2015 general

Wednesday, 6 a.m. Doug Waechter spent four of his major league seasons with the Tampa Bay Rays, his hometown team. Over his time in the bigs, Waechter won 18 games. In his first start at Tropicana Field, Waechter threw a two-hit shutout against Seattle. He joins weekly to answer your questions about major league […]

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