Longoria Homers Twice, Leads Odorizzi, Rays Past Orioles 5-2Odorizzi earned his first victory at Tropicana Field this season, Evan Longoria hit two home runs and the Rays won for just the fourth time in 28 games, beating the AL East-leading Baltimore Orioles 5-2 on Sunday.
MLB Scraps Plans to Play in London in 2017London is not calling for Major League Baseball next year. MLB has given up plans to play regular-season games in the British capital in 2017.
Rays Limp Into Break with Another Loss, 4-0 to Red SoxThe Tampa Bay Rays can't erase what's happened. They can only try and make the post All-Star break fun again.
Struggling Rays Match Worst 22-Game Stretch in Club HistoryThe team lost for the 19th time in 22 games on Thursday, falling 5-1 to the Los Angeles Angels, who had dropped 12 of 14 before taking three of four from the Rays and leaving town with their longest winning streak in nearly two months.
Trout Homers in Angels' 7-2 Win Over Rays Mike Trout accomplished something Wednesday night that no other major leaguer ever has, and it never even entered his mind.
Rays Lose for 17th Time in 20 Games, 13-5 to AngelsSteven Souza Jr. got pulled after hitting a triple, Jake Odorizzi remains winless at home and the Tampa Bay Rays lost for the 17th time in 20 games.
Halfway Through The Fantasy Baseball Season, Where Does Your Team Stand?Looking at the standings in your league and finding your weakest statistical categories can make all the difference in the world come late August and September.
Sputtering Rays Fall to Red Sox for 12th Loss in 13 GamesThe Tampa Bay Rays are running out of explanations for a frustrating stretch that's dumped them into a deep hole in the AL East.
14-Foot Royals Mannequin Surfaces after Theft from BillboardA 14-foot mannequin of a Royals player that was stolen from a billboard is safe at home in Kansas City.
A-Rod 75 Home Runs from Matching Bonds' Career RecordAlex Rodriguez plants his right foot in the batter's box, takes a swing, steps in and taps the plate. His name is announced, and fans respond with 7 seconds of applause.
Rays Closer Brad Boxberger Out at Least 8 WeeksTampa Bay Rays closer Brad Boxberger will miss at least eight weeks after having abdominal muscle surgery. The American League saves leader had the operation in Philadelphia, manager Kevin Cash said Friday. There is no timetable for his return, but Cash said the team will have a better idea after the first four weeks of recovery.
Rays Confident They Can Contend for PlayoffsThe budget-minded club has the fourth-best record in the majors over the past eight seasons and has grown accustomed to going about their business in a particular way, especially among a talented group of starting pitchers that figures to be one of the keys to the team's prospects of playing deep into October.