Miami, FL - The Miami Marlins were shutout for the league-leading ninth time Wednesday night, dropping round two of the Citrus Series 1-0 to the Tampa Bay Rays. Jose Ureña tossed another quality start but the offense went 0-for-10 with runners in scoring position, stranding 11 runners on the night.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — With the 2018 USL season in the books, a new chapter begins for the Tampa Bay Rowdies, as the sale to the Tampa Bay Rays has been completed.
“Today marks a new era in Tampa Bay Rowdies history,” said Vice-Chairman Matt Silverman. “We are excited to embark
St. Petersburg, FL - It's always nice to bring out the broom sticks. The Tampa Bay Rays are on some kind of roll, winning five of their last seven series, most recently sweeping the Kansas City Royals at the Trop. Though a Rays vs. Royals sweep is no superhuman feat
St. Petersburg, FL - Strange things continue to brew down in Saint Pete. After taking two of three versus the Yanks, the Rays got spanked by the lowly Orioles up in Camden Yards. Outscored 37 - 12 in the final three games of the four-game set. OUCH! Fear not Rays
St. Petersburg, FL - I wasn't satisfied with the results of the Citrus Series vs. the Fish, so I stuck around for Rays vs. New York Yankees, to see if they could bounce back against the Bombers. It was worth the extended stay, as the Rays took the series, and now
And we're back! Back on I-75 heading north, straight to Tropicana Field and ready for the start of the second half of the baseball season. The Rays kicked off part two of the season against their in-state rivals, Miami Marlins. After a surprisingly successful and rather unconventional first half, the Rays
St. Petersburg - Strange things are brewing up in St. Pete these days. And it's not some trendy hipster IPA from the local spot, but a legit threat to conventional thought process when it comes to coaching baseball. The brewmaster of this brew-ha-ha is one named Kevin Cash. The native son of Tampa
St. Petersburg, FL - We're going streaking! Well, kind of. More like, "we're going sweeping"? The Rays completed the weekend sweep of the Bronx Bombers with a 12th inning walk-off dong, courtesy of Rays rookie first baseman Jake "Rake" Bauers. The dude was majestic with the swing and Carter-like in his
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