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5/23/2015 | Rays miss opportunity in 5th, give up 4 in 6th

The big inning -- or lack thereof -- haunted the Rays Saturday in a 5-0 loss to the A's at Tropicana Field.


5/23/2015 | Gray, Ramirez set to close out four-game series

The Athletics' ace will look to get back on track while the Rays' fifth starter will try and keep it going when Sonny Gray and Erasmo Ramirez face off against each other in the series finale of a four-game series Sunday at Tropicana Field.


5/23/2015 | Here today: Enny recalled, pitches, optioned

Enny Romero, the Rays' No. 12 prospect, was recalled on Saturday, worked three innings and allowed one run in the Rays' 5-0 loss to the Athletics, then was promptly optioned back to Triple-A Durham. The team said a corresponding roster move will be made on Sunday.


5/23/2015 | Moore feels good in extended spring game

Matt Moore threw two innings in an extended spring training game Saturday at Charlotte Sports Park, and everything went well for the left-hander. Moore, who is in the final stretch of his recovery from Tommy John surgery to his left elbow, allowed two runs on five hits with a walk and a strikeout in two innings. He threw 36 pitches, 25 of which were strikes.


5/23/2015 | Four-run 6th drives A's to win over Rays

Sam Fuld's two-run single allowed the A's to pull away in a 5-0 win over the Rays on Saturday at Tropicana Field.


5/23/2015 | Beckham optioned to Triple-A Durham

The Rays announced Friday night that infielder Tim Beckham has been optioned to Triple-A Durham and left-handed pitcher Enny Romero has been recalled to fill his roster spot.


5/22/2015 | Longo blasts three-run homer to spark Rays' scoring

The home run was part of a day that saw Longoria reach base safely in three of his four plate appearances in the Rays' 5-2 victory over the A's, drawing a walk in the first and singling in the seventh. He also stole his first base of the season in the third.


5/22/2015 | Gomes comes up clutch in bases-loaded jam

Brandon Gomes has become a familiar name off the lips of Rays manager Kevin Cash this season. The gritty right-hander once again gave Cash cause to tout his virtues after he put out the fire in Friday night's 5-2 Rays win over the A's.


5/22/2015 | Young, energetic Rays feel-good story of year

The Tampa Bay Rays are young, energetic, probably playing over their heads, but all alone atop the AL East as Memorial Day weekend gets under way. If there's a true feel-good story early this season it's the overachieving Rays.


5/22/2015 | Graveman, Karns return to hill for third game of series

After varying degrees of absence on the mound, Nathan Karns and Kendall Graveman will start for the Rays and Athletics, respectively, in the third game of their four-game series Saturday at Tropicana Field.


5/22/2015 | Moore in home stretch of returning to Rays

Matt Moore will throw two innings in an extended spring training game Saturday morning at 10 a.m. ET. The outing will be his first live game action of the season. Moore had Tommy John surgery in April 2014 that ended his season last year, and the left-hander now appears in the home stretch toward returning to the team.


5/22/2015 | Homers power Rays to victory over A's

Evan Longoria's three-run homer led the Rays to a 5-2 win over the A's on Friday night at Tropicana Field.


5/20/2015 | Hard-luck Odorizzi shakes off lack of run support

Jake Odorizzi pitched well again for the Rays, but ended up with a loss because of a lack of run support. Odorizzi dropped to 3-4 despite allowing two runs in six innings in a 2-1 loss to the Braves on Wednesday.


5/20/2015 | Cash concerned over lack of innings from starters

The Rays got six innings from Jake Odorizzi on Wednesday night, but manager Kevin Cash is still concerned about a lack of length from his starting pitchers which could wear out the bullpen.


5/20/2015 | Braves squeeze out narrow win over Rays

Williams Perez struck out seven over five innings in his first MLB start, and the Braves' bullpen held on to a late lead in a 2-1 win over the Rays on Wednesday.


5/20/2015 | A's, Rays square off for first time to open four-game set

The A's and Rays will meet for the first time this year in a four-game series beginning Thursday at Tropicana Field.


5/19/2015 | Kiermaier sets tone with hustle triple

Kevin Kiermaier started Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Braves with a hustle triple, setting the tone for a balanced offensive effort.


5/19/2015 | Rays welcome return of 'Jake and The Box'

The Rays' bullpen dominated the Braves on Tuesday night with four scoreless innings, but the late-inning combination of Jake McGee and Brad Boxberger finished off a 5-3 win.


5/19/2015 | Perez makes first MLB start in finale vs. Rays

Williams Perez will make his first Major League start on Wednesday as the Braves finish a two-game Interleague series against the Rays, who counter with Jake Odorizzi.


5/19/2015 | Rays beat Braves, move into tie for 1st

Erasmo Ramirez struck out five over five innings, and the Rays' bullpen pitched four scoreless innings to secure a 5-3 win and tie the Yankees atop the AL East.


5/19/2015 | Franklin adds versatility to infield rotation

Nick Franklin is off the disabled list and Rays manager Kevin Cash says the switch-hitter's versatility will help give many players days off each week, if needed.


5/19/2015 | Rays set rotation for this week after day off

The Rays announced plans for the starting rotation for the rest of this week following Monday's off-day, beginning with Jake Odorizzi's start on Wednesday vs. the Braves.


5/19/2015 | Cash gives hope Smyly may return this season

While surgery might be inevitable for Rays left-hander Drew Smyly, manager Kevin Cash did not rule out the possibility the pitcher could return this season despite a torn labrum.


5/18/2015 | Snell extends scoreless streak

Blake Snell, the Rays' No. 9 prospect according to MLB Pipeline, has turned in 49 straight scoreless innings -- 46 this year -- dating back to last season.


5/18/2015 | Boxberger comfortable no matter when Rays call

Brad Boxberger has thrived as a closer this year, but the righty understands that his role could change now that Jake McGee is back from injury.




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