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7/5/2015 | Archer likely to be part of AL All-Star staff

On Sunday night, starters were announced for this year's All-Star Game and no Rays were among those elected by the fans. However, Chris Archer appears to be a shoo-in for the Midsummer Classic.


7/5/2015 | Souza requires stitches after pitch hits hand

Steven Souza Jr. had to leave the Rays' 8-1 win against the Yankees on Sunday after getting hit by a pitch on the pinky of his right hand. The outfielder isn't sure how much time he'll miss.


7/5/2015 | First-place Royals match up with Rays in KC

With the All-Star break fast approaching, the four-game series between the first-place Royals and the Rays provides an opportunity for Kansas City to keep up the momentum, while Tampa Bay will try to get on a roll after snapping its seven-game losing streak with a win Sunday against the Yanks.


7/5/2015 | Rays top Yankees to snap 7-game skid

James Loney, Logan Forsythe and Curt Casali drove in two runs each as the Rays found an offensive spark and capitalized on some Yankees errors in an 8-1 win on Sunday at Yankee Stadium to snap a seven-game losing skid.


7/5/2015 | Decision on rotation coming for Rays

Jake Odorizzi will start on Monday for Class A Advanced Charlotte. If all goes well, he will re-join the Rays to start against the Astros on Saturday at Tropicana Field.


7/4/2015 | Karns gets through first, delivers 10-K start

Nathan Karns is becoming a pitcher.


7/4/2015 | Strong since return, Nova takes on Rays

The Yankees and Rays won't play again until early September. With that in mind, Sunday's series finale provides the last opportunity for these clubs to force a two-game swing in a close American League East race. Ivan Nova will take the mound for the Yankees, opposite the Rays' Erasmo Ramirez. The Yankees are going for the sweep, while the Rays look to snap a seven-game skid.


7/4/2015 | Error hands Yankees 2nd straight walk-off win

The Yankees and Rays were tied in the ninth when Ramon Flores laid down a sacrifice bunt to advance pinch-runner Jose Pirela to third and Chris Young to second. But reliever Brad Boxberger's errant throw to first base allowed Pirela to come sliding into home as the Yanks topped the Rays, 3-2, on Saturday at Yankee Stadium with their second straight walk-off victory.


7/4/2015 | Odorizzi nearing return to Rays' rotation

Right-hander Jake Odorizzi will make what should be his final rehab start Monday before returning to the Rays.




7/4/2015 | Sizemore giving Rays a lift on offense

Rays manager Kevin Cash had a hunch Friday night: Stick veteran Grady Sizemore into the leadoff spot.


7/4/2015 | Bullpen burned by 3-run homers vs. Yankees

Three-run homers did in the Rays during Friday night's 7-5 loss to the Yankees in 12 innings at Yankee Stadium.


7/4/2015 | Karns to deploy improved changeup vs. Yanks

The Rays and Yankees continue their series on Saturday at Yankee Stadium. Nathan Karns will make his 17th start of the season, which equates to a Major League-high 38th start by Rays rookies this year.


7/3/2015 | Yanks rally on McCann's walk-off HR in 12th

Brian McCann sent a walk-off three-run homer over the right-field fence in the 12th inning to push the Yankees past the Rays, 7-5, on Friday night at Yankee Stadium. It was the Yankees' first walk-off win of the year.


7/3/2015 | Odorizzi to make one more rehab start

Jake Odorizzi will make one additional Minor League start before returning to the Rays, according to manager Kevin Cash on Friday.


7/2/2015 | Offense perks up after no-hit scares

After thwarting three consecutive no-hit bids in the late innings, the Rays' offense showed signs of life Thursday in their 5-4 loss to the Indians at Tropicana Field.


7/2/2015 | Cash happy to get Loney back in lineup

Rays first baseman James Loney will make his return to the lineup this weekend after he was reinstated from the 15-day disabled list following the Rays' 5-4 loss to the Indians on Thursday.


7/2/2015 | Moore feels 'normal' in return to mound

Making his return from the Tommy John surgery that had sidelined him for the past 14 months, Rays left-hander Matt Moore's 2015 debut could not have started out better Thursday at Tropicana Field. He tossed three no-hit innings against the Indians, but allowed one run in the fourth and three runs in the fifth before being lifted.


7/2/2015 | Tribe sweeps Rays on Aviles' HR in 10th

Matt Moore made his first start for the Rays since undergoing Tommy John surgery 14 months ago, but a Mike Aviles home run in the 10th inning Thursday spoiled the left-hander's return and gave the Indians a 5-4 victory to complete a four-game sweep of Tampa Bay at Tropicana Field.


7/2/2015 | Home remedy: Rays medical staff helps Moore return

April 7, 2014. Matt Moore knew it was going to take a special effort to win his second start of the season. He was sick, requiring a dose of Dayquil earlier and a teaspoon every other inning to help him through his outing on that windswept night in Kansas City. But as the game entered the fifth inning, it wasn't a chest cold that ended his outing.


7/2/2015 | Cash played role in Carrasco's development

Joey Butler lined a single to center, a loud sigh from the Tropicana Field crowd vibrated around the park, and it was over.


7/2/2015 | Tanaka out to end rare funk vs. Archer, Rays

As one of the brightest pitching stars to come out of Japan, Masahiro Tanaka has not experienced many stretches in which he's had problems to figure out. The Yankees right-hander is in one of those situations as he heads into Friday's series opener against ace righty Chris Archer and the Rays.


7/2/2015 | The Butler did it! 9th-inning hit denies history

Joey Butler stepped to the plate in the bottom of the ninth inning of Wednesday night's 8-1 Rays loss to the Indians earmarked as the final out of a no-hitter by Tribe right-hander Carlos Carrasco.


7/1/2015 | Rays to activate Moore, option Krauss

The Rays will activate Matt Moore from the disabled list on Thursday before Thursday's series finale against the Indians. The left-hander will make his first start in 14 months following Tommy John surgery.


7/1/2015 | Odorizzi 'encouraged' by first rehab outing

Rays right-handed pitcher Jake Odorizzi made his first rehab start on Wednesday at Class A Advanced Charlotte, tossing 57 pitches over four innings while allowing one run, walking one and striking out two. Odorizzi has been on the disabled list since June 9 (retroactive to June 6) with a left oblique strain.




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