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ST. PETERSBURG — Matt Moore will drive to Tropicana Field this morning and join teammates Chris Archer and Jake Odorizzi in the right-field bullpen as the trio takes another step towa...
TAMPA — Tony Colton stood in front of the group gathered last June for the Tampa Bay Sneaker Soiree and told his story.
ST. PETERSBURG — For the Rays, signing Logan Forsythe to a multi-year deal means they have a reliable second baseman for the next two seasons and possibly a third if they pick up his ...
The two newest members of baseball’s Hall of Fame entered the game from different directions.
This is my 2016 baseball Hall of Fame Ballot: Jeff Bagwell, Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Ken Griffey Jr., Edgar Martinez, Fred McGriff, Mike Piazza, Tim Raines, Curt Schilling and Alan Trammell.
Coming within a 30-day span in the spring, the events of three days in 2015 will live long in the minds of Tampa Bay sports fans. Two for obvious reasons, while one grew in stature as spring turned into summer.
The Rays’ game on May 27 against the Seattle Mariners was not televised by either team, which meant Donna and Ron Archer could not watch from their North Carolina home as their son pitched.
The NFL is a quarterback league. If you have a good one, you have a chance to be good. If you have one that’s better than good, you have a chance to plan a championship parade or two.
Just 29 days after the Bucs drafted Jameis Winston, the Lightning did what many believed to be the unthinkable — they beat the New York Rangers and their all-world goalie Henrik Lundqvist 2-0 in Game 7 at Madison ...