1. Rays' Archer Named Opening Day Starter

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  2. Rays to retire uniform No. 66 in honor of Don Zimmer on Opening Day

    The Tampa Bay Rays will retire uniform No. 66 in honor of the team's longtime senior advisor Don Zimmer in a pregame ceremony at Tropicana Field on Monday, April 6 when the Rays open the season against the Baltimore Orioles ...

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  3. Rays to Retire Don Zimmer's Uniform No. 66

    The Tampa Bay Rays will retire uniform No. 66 in honor of the team's longtime senior advisor Don Zimmer in a pregame ceremony at Tropicana Field on Monday, April 6 when the Rays open the season against the Baltimore Orioles ...

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  4. Rays Play Small Ball Behind Archer's Solid Start

    PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. -- With potential Opening Day starter Chris Archer on the hill for the fourth time this spring, the Rays ' small-ball approach wasn't enough to combat the Pirates ...

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  5. Rays' Franklin Suffers Oblique Strain During BP

    PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. -- Nick Franklin joined the list of injured Rays on Monday, and the infielder could miss the start of the season...

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  6. Franklin Suffers Oblique Strain During BP

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  7. Rays to Name Asdrubal Cabrera Everyday Shortstop

    PORT CHARLOTTE — The Rays have decided that Asdrubal Cabrera will be their everyday shortstop after all...

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  8. Smith has rough outing against Blue Jays

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  9. Souza Jr. Powers Rays Past Twins

    PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. -- Steven Souza Jr. connected on a go-ahead two-run homer in the fourth inning to help lift the Rays to a 4-2 win over the Twins on Thursday at Charlotte Sports Park...

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  10. Longoria, Loney Hit Their 1st Spring Homers vs. Jays

    DUNEDIN, Fla. -- Evan Longoria and James Loney each homered for the first time this spring to lead the Rays to a 9-3 victory over the Blue Jays on Wednesday afternoon at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium...

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  11. Cobb 'Really Disappointed' to Miss Opening Day

    DUNEDIN, Fla. -- Rays right-hander Alex Cobb endured a tough break when he learned that he wouldn't make his first Opening Day assignment because of right forearm tendinitis...

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  12. Rays Rotation Keeps Taking New Turns

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  13. Archer pitches 4 scoreless innings as Rays beat Jays 9-3

    Chris Archer allowed one hit over four scoreless innings today, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 9-3.....

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  14. Colome Released from Florida Hospital Wednesday After Bout with Pneumonia

    Rays right-hander Alex Colome was a late arriver to spring training this year because of visa issues in his native Dominican Republic and then he had to be sent to a local hospital with a case of pneumonia just a couple days after unpacking his bags...

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  15. Rays' Cabrera Hopes to Settle in at Shortstop

    CLEARWATER — One of the Rays ' biggest decisions this spring will be whether to move Asdrubal Cabrera to second base or keep him at shortstop, where his range is considered diminished since he was a two-time All-Star with the Indians ...

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  16. McGee Throws off Mound, Balfour Faces Hitters

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  17. Rays Triple Play: Cash Appreciates Longoria's Hustle

    3B Evan Longoria hustled up the first base line in the fourth inning to stay out of a double play after grounding to shortstop. That did not go unnoticed by Cash...

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  18. Rays' Alex Cobb Likely to Miss Time with Tendinitis

    The tightness in Alex Cobb's right forearm that forced him from Tuesday's game has been diagnosed as tendinitis, which is relatively good news but seems likely to keep him from making his opening day start...

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  19. Alex Cobb Leaves with Forearm Injury; Rays Beat Phillies 5-3

    CLEARWATER, Fla. -- Alex Cobb considered pitching through an injury so he wouldn't have to answer questions about leaving the game...

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  20. UPDATED: Rays Alex Cobb Leaves Game with Forearm Tightness

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  21. Cobb Exits Spring Start with Forearm Tightness

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  22. McGee to Throw off Mound for 1st Time Tuesday

    Rays closer Jake McGee told Roger Mooney of the Tampa Tribune on Sunday that he is planning to throw his first bullpen session of the spring on Tuesday — probably a 20- or 25-pitch workout of all fastballs...

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  23. Rays honor the father of GrantBalfour

    Grant Balfour's father David died from pancreatic cancer last week in Australia. David Balfour was a longtime executive with the Sydney Blue Sox of the Australian Baseball League, and ...

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  24. Rays' Jaso Takes Long Path Back from Concussions

    Working out on the field trying to get back from his second concussion in just more than a year was troubling enough for John Jaso...

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  25. Drew Smyly Expected to Miss First Regular-Season Start

    Rays left-hander Drew Smyly is making progress in his recovery from shoulder tendinitis, but he has not yet resumed throwing off a mound and looks to be running out of time...

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