Making his first appearance back in the Majors since being sent down in late June, reliever Jose Alvarado threw an immaculate ninth inning against the Brewers on Friday.
The Rays made a pair of roster adjustments Friday before their opener against the Brewers at Tropicana Field.
On his 23rd birthday, Orlando Arcia made sure Brandon Woodruff got a win in his Major League debut.
Speaking of optimism, how about the Tampa Bay Rays? Bring on the stretch run.
While his first Major League callup didn’t go as planned, Brewers No. 4 prospect Brandon Woodruff gets another chance to start in The Show when he faces right-hander Jacob Faria and the Rays on Friday.
Talk about feeling renewed, how about losing four out of five games to start a road trip, only to win the final three before heading home?
Steven Souza Jr. went 2-for-4 with a solo homer and a go-ahead, two-run double in the seventh inning to lead the Rays to their third consecutive win, 5-3, and a series victory over the first-place Astros on Thursday night at Minute Maid Park.
Now that the Trade Deadline has passed, and prospects have changed hands, MLB Pipeline re-ranks the top 10 farm systems in baseball, led by the White Sox, Braves and Padres.
The Rays handed Dallas Keuchel his first loss in nearly a full calendar year, rolling through Houston’s ace and the Astros’ bullpen for a 3-0 win on Wednesday at Minute Maid Park.
Austin Pruitt returned to his former stomping grounds on Wednesday night, and he thrived, getting the win in his homecoming after the Rays shut out the Astros, 3-0.
The Rays and Astros will close out their four-game set at Minute Maid Park on Thursday night. Left-hander Blake Snell starts for the Rays, and right-hander Collin McHugh takes the hill for the Astros.
Evan Longoria became the second player in Rays history to hit for the cycle when he did so on Tuesday night in the Rays’ 6-4 win over the Astros at Minute Maid Park. Longoria stepped to the plate with two outs in the ninth needing a double to complete the cycle, and he promptly hit […]