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Rays notes: Odorizzi already feeling at home
Rookie Jake Odorizzi takes to the hill today as the Rays start a three-game series in Toronto.
Published on 05/19/13
Updated on 05/20/13
Moore now 8-0 as Rays sweep Orioles
At 23, Matt Moore became the youngest left-hander to begin a season with eight straight wins since a 22-year-old named Babe Ruth in 1917.
Published on 05/19/13
Updated on 05/20/13
Rays' Odorizzi will fill in with Price on DL
Rays Beat: Jake Odorizzi is set to make his Tampa Bay debut while David Price tends to his arm trouble.
Published on 05/18/13
Updated on 05/19/13
Six-run ninth leads Rays past Orioles
Matt Joyce had a homer and a go-ahead double as the Rays rallied past Jim Johnson and Baltimore on Saturday.
Published on 05/18/13
Rays hold on for victory in Baltimore
The Rays set a season high for runs at Camden Yards Friday, and needed nearly every one in a 12-10 slugfest.
Published on 05/17/13
Updated on 05/18/13
Rays notes: Rodney confident he'll find his groove
Closer Fernando Rodney said he is the same pitcher he was last season, when he turned in a season for the ages. So what's wrong?
Published on 05/17/13
Updated on 05/18/13
Rays notes: Losing streak lets Rodney get needed rest
Remember the concern near the end of spring training over closer Fernando Rodney’s work load in the World Baseball Classic? How those eight appearances piled on top of his innings in winter ball and the Caribbean Worl...
Published on 04/19/13
Rays fall in 10th on Orioles' grand slam. 10-6
Matt Wieters' homer in the 10th ends a 2-7 Rays road trip, which ended much the way it started: with a questionable umpire call on the base paths.
Published on 04/18/13
Updated on 04/19/13
Rays notes: SS Escobar dropped to No. 9 in batting order
Manager Joe Maddon dropped SS Yunel Escobar to ninth in the batting order Wednesday night but not because Escobar entered the game with one hit in his previous 27 at-bats.
Published on 04/17/13
Updated on 04/18/13
Rays' bats show signs of life in win over O's
New guys James Loney, Kelly Johnson and Shelley Duncan help the offense support starter Matt Moore, who picks up his third win in as many starts.
Published on 04/17/13
Updated on 04/18/13
Rays drop fourth in a row, lose 5-4 to Baltimore
Manager Joe Maddon is remaining optimistic as the Rays show off some power but fall for the seventh time in their last eight games.
Published on 04/16/13
Updated on 04/17/13
Rays notes: Bombing hits close to home for players
Like a lot of members of the Rays traveling party, OF Sam Fuld made his way to the Boston Marathon finish line during the recent series because it lies two blocks from the team hotel.
Published on 04/16/13
Updated on 04/17/13