2013 ALDS: Tampa Bay Rays Must Play Boston Red Sox’ Dirty Game To Have A Chance

Shane Victorino Takes Out Ben Zobrist

Down 0-2 in their ALDS with the Boston Red Sox, it’s quickly becoming clear that the Tampa Bay Rays‘ only chance of playing past Monday or Tuesday hinges on their ability to make adjustments. One such change would be showing […]

Tampa Bay Rays’ Defense Must Wake Up Before Postseason Hopes Fade Away

Brett Lawrie Scores As A Result Of Another Tampa Bay Rays Error

With a playoff spot anything but guaranteed, the Tampa Bay Rays sure picked a horrible time to lose all focus defensively. As a result, they find themselves precariously close to missing out completely. Multiple errors, two coming in a four-run […]

Has Tampa Bay Rays’ Wil Myers Locked Up AL Rookie of the Year Honors With Breakout Performance?

Wil Myers

After struggling through late August and early September, Wil Myers knew things needed to pick up if he wanted to remain in consideration for 2013 AL Rookie of the Year honors. Not only that, the Tampa Bay Rays found themselves on […]

Tampa Bay Rays Waste Solid Outing From David Price In Another Loss

David Price Reacts To Mike Napoli Scoring In Tampa Bay Rays Loss

Criminal. That’s the only way to describe what happened to starting pitcher David Price, as he saw another solid outing wasted by his Tampa Bay Rays teammates in a 2-0 loss to the Boston Red Sox Tuesday night. Looking to […]

Jeremy Hellickson Must Be Removed From Tampa Bay Rays Starting Rotation

Jeremy Hellickson

The Tampa Bay Rays‘ starting rotation ranks as one of MLB‘s best in the second half of 2013. They’re a large reason why a team that spent much of June hovering around last place is now challenging the Boston Red […]

Tampa Bay Rays Continue To Find New Heroes

Evan Longoria

A crapshoot. That’s how Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon described Monday night’s hard-fought 4-3 win over the Baltimore Orioles. Starter David Price labored through five innings, allowing multiple hits in four of those. To his credit, however, he made […]

Ryan Dempster Intentionally Hitting Alex Rodriguez Shows Boston Red Sox’ True Colors

Ryan Dempster

Ryan Dempster may be a saint to lots of MLB fans after intentionally throwing at, and finally hitting, New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez. But honestly, this event just shows the Boston Red Sox‘ true colors. How, you may ask? […]

Alex Cobb Triumphant In Return To Tampa Bay Rays’ Starting Rotation

Alex Cobb

It’s been a long, treacherous journey for Alex Cobb. The Tampa Bay Rays starter was hit in the head by a line drive off Eric Hosmer‘s bat on June 15, creating an uncertain future. Now, let’s fast forward to Thursday night. […]

Tampa Bay Rays: Chris Archer’s Injury Could End Hopes For AL East Title

Chris Archer

Locked in a tight battle for the AL East crown, the Tampa Bay Rays can’t seem to catch a break, especially during the month of August. First, All-Star pitcher Matt Moore was placed on the 15-day DL with a sore […]

Wil Myers Delivers In Grand Fashion As Tampa Bay Rays Earn Walkoff Victory

Wil Myers Gets Mobbed By Teammates Following First Career Walkoff

Exhilarating. Thrilling. Clutch. Those are all words used to describe rookie Wil Myers, whose 10th inning hit lifted the Tampa Bay Rays to a 2-1 win over the defending World Series champion San Francisco Giants on Saturday night. It marked […]

Tampa Bay Rays Offense Stumbles In Yet Another Loss

Jose Lobaton

Forget about July’s magical run. That was the message sent by the Tampa Bay Rays in Friday night’s lackluster 4-1 loss to the San Francisco Giants. Rookie Chris Archer was pretty solid, allowing just one run on two hits through […]

Tampa Bay Rays Have A Night They Must Quickly Forget

Jeremy Hellickson

Frustrating. Forgettable. Those are just a couple of words used to describe the Tampa Bay Rays‘ 7-0 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Wednesday night. Starting pitcher Jeremy Hellickson was completely off-target, allowing four runs on 92 pitches through 4.1 […]