The Rays scored four runs in the seventh inning against New York’s bullpen, breaking open a close game on Tuesday and went on to beat the Yankees 6-1. Tampa Bay (74-78) now has won its last three games.
Alex Colome had the longest outing of his brief MLB career, and Ben Zobrist delivered a bases-loaded single with two out in the ninth for a 1-0 win over the Yankees on Monday. The Rays are 73-78 after taking the first of a six-game home stand. (more…)
For the third time in six days, the Rays lost a four-run lead, but this time found a way to win, 6-5 over Toronto in 10 innings on Sunday. With the victory, the Rays (72-78) completed a 3-3 road trip, taking two of three from the Blue Jays. (more…)
Toronto’s Adam Lind and Edwin Encarnacion hit back-to-back homers on back to back pitches in the seventh, and that allowed the Blue Jays to beat the Rays, 6-3 on Saturday. The Rays (71-78) are 2-3 on a six-game road trip. (more…)
Nathan Karns threw seven shutout innings in his Rays debut, and Ryan Hanigan homered for the only run on Friday, as Tampa Bay edged Toronto by a 1-0 score. The Rays (71-77) are 2-2 on a six-game road trip through the American League East. (more…)
Alex Cobb worked no-hit ball for 7.1 innings and Yunel Escobar had the first multi-homer game of his MLB career on Thursday, but the Rays lost a four-run lead for the second straight game in New York, and fell 5-4. This time it was the bullpen that lost the lead, giving up five runs on homers over the final two innings. The Rays are 70-77 after dropping the last two games of the series. (more…)
On Wednesday the Rays scored four in the first, but the Yankee bullpen didn’t allow anything thereafter, and came from behind to beat Tampa Bay 8-5. The Rays (70-76) now are 1-1 on a six-game road trip. (more…)
The Rays built a 4-0 lead early, and then held on Tuesday with some great defense, winning 4-3 at New York to start a six-game road trip. The Rays (70-75) are now 6-1 in New York this year after their latest road win over the Yankees. (more…)
Pitching without Brad Boxberger and Jake McGee, each of whom had worked the past three days, the Rays bullpen lost a two-run lead in the ninth, and fell 7-5 in 11 to Baltimore on Sunday as the first-place Orioles avoided a three-game sweep thanks in large part to Nelson Cruz. Cruz homered twice and drove in all seven runs as Tampa Bay (69-75) finished 4-6 on a 10-game home stand.
Yunel Escobar scored the winning run in the ninth on a Nick Hundley passed ball, as the Rays beat the Orioles on Saturday for a second straight game, 3-2. The Rays, now 4-5 on a 10-game home stand, are 69-74 on the year. (more…)