The Rays' bats stayed hot again Sunday, helping James Shields earn his seventh win as Tampa Bay ended its road trip with a 4-2 victory in Miami.
A lot of Rays starting pitchers have had good reason to complain about a lack of run support this season. Not Matt Moore.
The Rays found an advocate for their ongoing stadium venture standing on the top step of the Marlins dugout this weekend. The difference between Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen and so many other supporters, though, is that...
The Saturday afternoon test run that Evan Longoria gave his partially torn left hamstring went just the way Rays 3B thought it would. Now Longoria is hoping his aggressive plans for a rehab assignment have a similar resu...
Rays manager Joe Maddon tinkered with his lineup and his batting order again Friday night, moving several players in and out and up and down in an effort to heat up some still cold bats.
When you're coming off a disjointed 3-13 season and you're still in the middle stages of a rebuilding program, your goals are pretty modest. Even in the preseason.
Connor Barth kicked himself into the NFL and Bucs record books Sunday. As a result, the likelihood of Barth getting the boot from the Bucs anytime soon has been greatly diminished.
Barrett Ruud was feeling pretty good about the Bucs' victory against the Packers when he woke up Monday. Then he sat down and watched the tape of that game.
The Bucs have reached the midway point in their 2009 season. That doesn't mean they've reached the midway point in their rebuilding project.
Chris Simms and Jon Gruden still don't see eye-to-eye on very much. At one point Saturday night, though, they were arm-in-arm.