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Future is now as Myers makes Rays debut
Mega prospect Wil Myers will be in right field as Tampa Bay visits the Red Sox for a day-night doubleheader in Boston.
Published on 06/17/13
Updated on 06/18/13
St. Louis, Bolts blanked by Bruins
Boston goaltender Tuukka Rask had little regard for the scoring title hopes of Martin St. Louis, blanking the Lightning 2-0, Thursday.
Published on 04/25/13
Lightning notes: Crombeen’s dedication earns rewards
To make it to the NHL, Bolts left wing B.J. Crombeen took the long route.
Published on 04/25/13
Red Sox finish sweep as Rays squander another opportunity
Mike Napoli's double off the left-field wall scored Dustin Pedroia as Boston won 3-2 in the ninth on Patriots Day and Jackie Robinson Day.
Published on 04/15/13
Rays, Red Sox wear 42 for early Patriots Day start
Red Sox and Rays players wore 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson for the early matchup at Fenway Park. Longo hit his solo shot in the third inning.
Published on 04/15/13
Rays hitters silenced by Boston pitching again
Clay Buchholz nearly became the latest to no-hit Tampa Bay Sunday, but the Red Sox instead settled for a 5-0 romp.
Published on 04/14/13
Updated on 04/15/13
Rays notes: Cobb relying on curve
If RHP Alex Cobb had enough innings last season to qualify for such things, he would have led the major leagues with the largest percentage of change-ups thrown per start at 33.8 percent.
Published on 04/12/13
Rays-Red Sox game rained out
Tonight’s Tampa Bay Rays-Boston Red Sox game has been rained out.
Published on 04/12/13
Rays offense has been a no-show
It’s early yet, only nine games into the season. No reason to be alarmed, or even concerned. But, have you seen the Rays’ offense lately?
Published on 04/11/13
Updated on 04/12/13
Rays refuse to give ground, beat Red Sox

Now comes the hard part of this playoff chase for the Rays: Chicago. After that, Baltimore.

Published on 09/26/12
Updated on 03/18/13
Price goes distance as Rays win sixth straight

The Boston Red Sox celebrated the 2004 World Series championship team Tuesday night at Fenway Park. The Tampa Bay Rays celebrated another one-game winning streak.

That was the goal Rays manager Joe Maddon set ...

Published on 09/25/12
Updated on 03/18/13
Carl Crawford to have season-ending elbow surgery
Boston Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford will have season-ending surgery on his left elbow Thursday.
Published on 08/21/12
Updated on 03/19/13
Mayor fires police officer for Carl Crawford racial slur
A Massachusetts mayor on Thursday fired a white police officer accused of using a racial slur to taunt Boston Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford, saying the officer had "brought discredit" on himself and the department.
Published on 07/26/12
Updated on 03/18/13
Rodney unable to close door on Red Sox

It was the ninth inning and once again the members of the Red Sox poured out of the dugout and sprinted toward home plate. Only this dash was much different than the one the night before, and for a reason that was probab...

Published on 05/27/12
Updated on 03/18/13
Shields, Rays blank Red Sox to avoid sweep

It was the ninth inning Monday afternoon and James Shields was still on the mound. A good sign. And the Rays held the lead. An even better sign for a team that was battered during the weekend by Red Sox hitters.

Published on 04/16/12
Updated on 03/19/13