1. Rays Beat Mariners for Fifth Straight Win

    The Tampa Bay Rays overcame an injury to starting pitcher Jake Odorizzi, an undermanned bullpen and a lack of offensive production to extend their winning streak to five game on Friday night...

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  2. Forsythe Homers off Rodney as Rays Win 1-0

    SEATTLE — The Rays lost another top starting pitcher to injury Friday, Jake Odorizzi walking off the mound in the fifth inning due to left oblique tightness...

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  3. Odorizzi Left Game Due to Left Oblique Tightness

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  4. Odorizzi Exists in 5th with Undisclosed Injury

    Odorizzi exited due to injury after throwing a pitch to Logan Morrison. No word on his status. Xavier Cedeño inherits a pair of @ Mariners ...

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  5. Why the Rays Continually Have One of Baseball's Best Pitching Staffs

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  6. Rays' Longoria, Baldelli Have Idea What Lightning Is in for

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  7. Big Bats Give Rays Win over Angels in 10th Inning

    The Tampa Bay showed they could play long-ball, too, Wednesday night when they used a pair of home runs during a sixth inning rally against the Los Angeles Angels and another in the top of the 10th to finish off the victory...

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  8. Rays Come Back Twice to Beat Angels 6-5

    Kevin Kiermaier figured it had been five years, since his juco days at Parkland College, that he last hit a late-inning homer to give his team a win...

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  9. Archer Ties Rays Record with 15 Strikeouts in 1 Game

    Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Chris Archer tied James Shields' single-game franchise record of 15 strikeouts in Tuesday's 6-1 win over the Los Angeles Angels , per ESPN Stats & Info ...

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  10. Chris Archer Strikes out 15, Tying Rays Mark, in 6-1 Win

    Jake Elmore had a pretty good perspective on just how dominant Rays starter Chris Archer was in tying the team record of 15 strikeouts in Tuesday's 6-1 win over the Angels ...

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  11. Rays Tales: A Look at Team's Offseason Trades

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  12. The Rays Designate Ernesto Frieri for Assignment

    In the offseason the Rays made a scrap-heap pickup out of Ernesto Frieri, signing the former Angels closer to a one-year deal worth $800,000 in guaranteed money and another $2.35 million in potential incentives...

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  13. Report: Rays Designate Frieri for Assignment

    The Rays designated righty Ernesto Frieri for assignment after last night's ballgame, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times was among those to report on Twitter...

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  14. Watch: Rays Player Channels His Inner Willie Mays Hayes

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  15. Beckham Goes to DL with Right Hamstring Strain

    BALTIMORE - The Rays ' disabled list grew again Sunday, when they added infielder Tim Beckham to it with a strained right hamstring.....

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  16. Rays Place Beckham (Hamstring) on DL

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  17. Beckham (Hamstring) Exits Early vs. O's

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  18. Karns, Cash Confident in Bullpen Despite Setback

    BALTIMORE -- Tampa Bay manager Kevin Cash and Nate Karns both echoed the same sentiments after the Rays ' 2-1 loss to the Orioles on Friday night at Oriole Park at Camden Yards: They have a lot of confidence in the Rays' bullpen...

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  19. Forsythe Finds Way Back to Second Base

    BALTIMORE — After three days at first base in place of James Loney (fractured left middle finger), INF Logan Forsythe returned to second base for the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday, ...

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  20. Hardy's 9th-Inning Single Lifts Orioles Past Rays 2-1

    BALTIMORE (AP) J.J. Hardy's single drove in the winning run with two outs in the ninth inning, Chris Davis homered and the Baltimore Orioles beat Tampa Bay 2-1 on Friday night to extend the Rays ' losing streak to six games...

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  21. Bullpen, bats disappoint again as Rays lose to Baltimore

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  22. Cabrera, Souza Jr. Back for Rays on Friday

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  23. Evan Longoria Is Good at Baseball

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  24. Report: Reliever Balfour Leaning Toward Retirement

    BALFOUR DONE? RHP Grant Balfour is said to be leaning toward retirement after opting out of his contract with Triple-A Durham. Balfour, 37, re-signed with the Rays shortly after being released (and paid the remainder of his $7 million salary)...

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  25. Rays Lose 3-0, Get Swept by Mariners

    Felix Hernandez pitched a four-hitter to become the major's first eight-game winner, Nelson Cruz hit his AL-best 18th homer to snap a scoreless tie in the ninth inning and the Seattle ...

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