Jake Odorizzi’s right foot was sore on Thursday, but the prognosis is good for the right-hander to make his next scheduled start on Monday in Toronto.
Corey Dickerson’s three-run homer in the bottom of the eighth gave the Rays a 4-1 win over the Indians on Thursday night at Tropicana Field.
The Red Sox stormed to their eighth consecutive win Wednesday night, riding a quality start from Rick Porcello, timely hitting and sloppy play by the Rays for an 8-2 win at Tropicana Field.
Indians right-hander Danny Salazar will look to continue his hot stretch since returning from the disabled list when he takes the mound for Thursday’s series opener against the Rays at Tropicana Field. Tampa Bay will counter with left-hander Blake Snell.
Video highlights, Statcast info, analysis, tweets, key updates, the latest news and more from the Gameday Color Feed.
Matt Andriese and Kevin Kiermaier continue to make progress toward returning to the Rays.
Rays starter Jake Odorizzi had to leave Wednesday night’s game vs. the Red Sox in the fifth after getting hit on his right ankle by a line drive.
The Rays placed Alex Cobb on the 10-day disabled list on Tuesday and recalled Blake Snell from Triple-A Durham.
After watching his team claw its way into postseason contention, Rays starter Jake Odorizzi gets the call in Wednesday’s series finale against the American League East-leading Red Sox.
Coming off his worst start of the season, Red Sox ace Chris Sale returned to form in a dominating performance against the Rays on Tuesday night at Tropicana Field.
The starter who goes upstairs more than anyone in the Majors is Jake Odorizzi. The Rays right-hander pitches at the top of the zone or higher on 28.5 percent of his fastballs, according to Statcast™.