Rays right-hander Matt Andriese was dominant in his second start of the season, firing a two-hit 6-0 shutout against the A’s at Tropicana Field on Saturday night for the first nine-inning complete game of his career.
The Rays took a different approach in the annual National PLAY Campaign stop at Tropicana Field this year. Usually the event centers around a ballgame played on an MLB diamond. This year became an in-depth tour behind the scenes of a Major League team.
The Rays were dealt a blow on Saturday when second baseman Logan Forsythe, one of their more consistent hitters, was placed on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to Tuesday with a hairline fracture of his left shoulder blade.
Oakland right-hander Kendall Graveman seeks to rebound from a rough outing against the Orioles last Sunday when the A’s continue their three-game series with the Rays at 6:10 p.m. ET on Saturday at Tropicana Field.
The A’s busted out for four home runs, including two from third baseman Danny Valencia, to secure a 6-3 series-opening victory over the Rays at Tropicana Field on Friday night, snapping a five-game losing streak.
Now working as the Rays’ fifth starter, right-hander Matt Andriese is eager to enjoy consistency in the Major Leagues. He’ll look to build on the momentum he produced in a victory over the Angels last Sunday in his season debut, when he allowed one run and four hits with three strikeouts in a career-long seven […]
Rays manager Kevin Cash gave a positive report after reliever Brad Boxberger threw 22 pitches in an extended spring training game Thursday in Port Charlotte, Fla.
With the lack of production from Curt Casali and Hank Conger, would a change at catcher would be the best decision for the Rays? Beat reporter Bill Chastain tackles this question and more in the latest Inbox.
Matt Andriese is the Rays’ fifth starter for the immediate future.
Catcher Chris Iannetta blasted a walk-off homer leading off the bottom of the 11th inning against Rays reliever Steve Geltz as the Mariners swept Tampa Bay with a 6-5 victory on Wednesday at sunny Safeco Field.
In Tuesday night’s 6-4 Rays loss to the Mariners, Steven Souza Jr., who hails from nearby Everett, Wash., and attended Cascade High School, connected for a home run at Safeco Field for the first time in his career.