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Archer back in command as Rays shut out Orioles

Archer back in command as Rays shut out Orioles

Chris Archer's change-up was the difference-maker as he won for the first time since the end of August as the Rays beat the Orioles 2-0 in front of 12,996 at Tropicana Field.
Updated one month ago
Rays notebook: Pearce makes fifth straight start

Rays notebook: Pearce makes fifth straight start

Rays manager Kevin Cash’s effort to get Steve Pearce at-bats against right-handed pitchers led to a shake-up in Monday night’s lineup.
Updated one month ago
Live: Rays vs. Orioles

Live: Rays vs. Orioles

Get live game updates throughout the Tampa Bay Rays season. Tonight, Chris Archer goes for his first victory of the season as Tampa Bay opens its homestand tonight against the Baltimore Orioles.
Updated one month ago
Rays’ Archer remains confident despite prolonged slump

Rays’ Archer remains confident despite prolonged slump

The public reaction to RHP Chris Archer’s prolonged slump, which in some cases touches on panic, is not shared by Archer himself.
Updated one month ago
Birthday bash: Souza’s 2 HRs cap Rays’ 8-1 victory against Yankees

Birthday bash: Souza’s 2 HRs cap Rays’ 8-1 victory against Yankees

Steven Souza Jr. turned 27 on Sunday and he finally found himself in a big-league lineup. He made it a birthday bash, too, with two home runs to pace the Rays to an 8-1 victory against the Yankees at Yankee Stadium.
Updated one month ago
Rays notebook: Sternberg lauds Steinbrenner Field renovations

Rays notebook: Sternberg lauds Steinbrenner Field renovations

Rays principal owner Stuart Sternberg was asked Sunday for his thoughts on the $40 million approved by the Hillsborough County commissioners for renovations to George M. Steinbrenner Field, the spring home of the Yankees.
Updated one month ago
Live: Rays at Yankees

Live: Rays at Yankees

The Rays end their road trip today in New York against the Yankees before heading home for a three-game series vs. Baltimore.
Updated one month ago
Now 30, Longoria remains the gold standard with his glove

Now 30, Longoria remains the gold standard with his glove

“Time and time again you see him make decisions on the field that he's weighing many, many different things into that decision, but he makes the decision in the blink of an eye,” first base coach Rocco Baldelli said.
Updated one month ago
Rays Notes: Price of one poorly located pitch is costly

Rays Notes: Price of one poorly located pitch is costly

RHP Erasmo Ramirez has bailed the Rays out often during the early part of this season. That’s why it was somewhat stunning to see him give up Brett Gardner’s walk-off home run with two outs in the ninth inning Saturday.
Updated one month ago
Rays’ Snell shows off potential in strong debut against N.Y.

Rays’ Snell shows off potential in strong debut against N.Y.

Blake Snell, the 23-year-old rookie left-hander, turned in an impressive major league debut. He held the Yankees to two hits and a run over five innings. He struck out six, including the side in order in the second. He turned a one-run lead over to the bullpen.
Updated one month ago