1. Carlos Peña to retire as a Ray

    Carlos Peña will be signing a one-day contract with the Rays this week, and then immediately retire, returning to the jersey that served him so well in his 14-year career...

    Mike  Denevi Written by Mike Denevi about 11 months ago 55 reads 0 comments

  2. Rays to Sign Pena, Will Announce Retirement Friday

    The # Rays will sign 1B Carlos Peña to a contract Friday, when he'll announce his retirement from @ MLB ...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 11 months ago 19 reads 0 comments

  3. Rays' Brad Boxberger Blames Early Overuse for Struggles

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  4. Franklin Makes Most of Chance, Homers in 6-3 Rays Win

    ST. PETERSBURG — It was an injury to Asdrubal Cabrera that allowed Nick Franklin to enter Tuesday's game.....

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  5. No-Hitter by Ramirez Spoiled as Rays Lose 4-1 to Yankees

    Mike Vernon Written by Mike Vernon about 11 months ago 35 reads 0 comments

  6. Rays Manage Just 3 Hits in 13-Inning Loss

    From a lot of perspectives, this was a bad loss for the Tampa Bay Rays . They lost 2 out of 3 to the Boston Red Sox , who are playing much better but are still the last-place team in the AL East...

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 11 months ago 14 reads 0 comments

  7. Rays Fall in 13 for 11th Straight Extra-Inning Loss

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 11 months ago 9 reads 0 comments

  8. Cabrera, Rays Rally Past Red Sox

    ST. PETERSBURG — Just when it looked like another familiar loss — struggling bullpen, missed opportunities— the Rays rallied for five runs in the eighth inning, ...

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 11 months ago 22 reads 0 comments

  9. Rays Dig Deep to Rally for 8-4 Win over Boston

    ST. PETERSBURG — The Rays have not been very good at coming from behind in the late innings this season, so when Kevin Kiermaier was thrown out at the plate in the seventh while ...

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 11 months ago 11 reads 0 comments

  10. Lineup: Rays Welcome Back Souza Friday

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 11 months ago 20 reads 0 comments

  11. Kevin Kiermaier Wants to Win Gold Glove Award

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 11 months ago 38 reads 0 comments

  12. Rays Shine on Both Sides of the Plate in Win over Tigers

    DETROIT — The Rays have been spewing a lot of words lately about what they need to improve to get back in the playoff race, but doing little about it...

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 11 months ago 15 reads 0 comments

  13. Rays Back Up Odorizzi with Offense in Rout

    DETROIT — Jake Odorizzi sort of called himself out Tuesday when he said the members of the Tampa Bay Rays rotation needed to start pitching better if the team was going to have any chance of making these last few weeks respectable...

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 11 months ago 12 reads 0 comments

  14. Odorizzi Goes 6 Strong IP, Rays Hit 4 HRs in 8-0 Win

    DETROIT -- After two one-run losses in Detroit , Jake Odorizzi knew he had to do something to help the Tampa Bay Rays salvage something out of a three-game series...

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 11 months ago 177 reads 0 comments

  15. Rays Fall to Tigers in Another Extra-Inning Loss

    DETROIT — The Rays survived a lot Tuesday night before eventually losing to the Tigers 8-7 in 13 innings...

    Adam Nofflett Written by Adam Nofflett about 11 months ago 36 reads 0 comments

  16. Tampa Bay Rays 2016 Schedule Released

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The Tampa Bay Rays will open the 2016 season on Monday, April 4 at 3:10 p.m. versus the Toronto Blue Jays at Tropicana Field. All 30 major league teams released their 2016 schedules Tuesday...

    Jack Dale Written by Jack Dale about 11 months ago 25 reads 0 comments

  17. Rays' Playoff Hopes Keep Fading with Loss to DET

    DETROIT — Manager Kevin Cash was talking before Monday's holiday matinee about how the Rays had to find a way — and fast — to start winning close games to remain in the race for an American League playoff spot...

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  18. Arencibia's Long Solo Homer

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  19. Yankees' Homers Erase Rays' Lead in 6-4 Loss

    NEW YORK — It wasn't so much that the Tampa Bay Rays lost another game they couldn't afford to lose — heck, they've been doing that all summer — it was how they lost Sunday that was a bit startling...

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  20. Longoria Back in Starting Lineup Today vs. NYY

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  21. Longo Day-to-Day After 98 MPH Hits Forearm

    Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria was diagnosed with a bruised right forearm after being struck with a 98-mph fastball from Nathan Eovaldi during the third inning of his club's game against the New York Yankees ...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 11 months ago 335 reads 0 comments

  22. Longo Day-to-Day with Brusied Forearm

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  23. Rays Hope to Get Jennings, Casali, McGee Back

    NEW YORK -- Desmond Jennings, Curt Casali and Jake McGee remain on the disabled list, but Kevin Cash is hopeful all three will be back before the end of the season...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 11 months ago 115 reads 0 comments

  24. Should the Rays Extend Kevin Kiermaier?

    On the Rays ' off day, Tampa Bay Times beat writer Marc Topkin published a think piece about Kevin Kiermaier, and whether it is time for the Rays to offer a contract extension to their center fielder...

    Paige Kuhn Written by Paige Kuhn about 11 months ago 39 reads 0 comments

  25. Yankees Home Runs Send Odorizzi, Rays to Defeat

    NEW YORK — Forgive Jake Odorizzi if he never wants to see Brian McCann standing in the batter's box again. And understand, if not applaud, if the Rays don't let Odorizzi pitch against him any more...

    Paige Kuhn Written by Paige Kuhn about 11 months ago 14 reads 0 comments