Rays' Kevin Kiermaier on DL with Broken Hip After SlideTampa Bay Rays center fielder Kevin Kiermaier is expected to miss at least two months after breaking his right hip during a slide into first base.
Archer, 3 Homers Help Rays Beat Royals 12-1Chris Archer pitched eight shutout innings Wednesday night and Logan Morrison, Rickie Weeks Jr., and Colby Rasmus homered for the Rays.
Odorizzi, 4 Relievers Help Rays Beat Marlins 4-2Back on the mound for the first time in more than two weeks, Jake Odorizzi wasn't keen to leave.
Rays' Longoria Hits 1st Home Run of New Major League SeasonEvan Longoria of the Tampa Bay Rays has hit the first home run of the new Major League Baseball season.
Rays Finalize $2.5M Deal with Morrison, Trade Romero to NatsFree agent first baseman Logan Morrison and the Tampa Bay Rays have finalized a $2.5 million, one-year contract.
Whitley Impressive Again, Rays Beat Yankees 2-0Chase Whitley continued his nice run after coming back from Tommy John surgery and helped rookie Blake Snell get a win.
Sanchez Hits 2 More Homers, Yankees Beat Rays 11-5Rookie Gary Sanchez keeps putting up numbers at an astounding rate — and putting the New York Yankees in position to make a run at a playoff spot.
Maile Sprints Home in 11th to Lift Rays Over Red SoxThe Tampa Bay Rays walked off with an extra-innings victory to overshadow another big accomplishment for David Ortiz.
Rays Sputter Against Price, Fall to Red Sox 6-2Tampa Bay's Steven Souza Jr. rounded first base, stopped and stared in amazement.
Snell Helps Rays Complete Sweep, 5-3 Over YankeesRookie left-hander Blake Snell struck out nine over 5 1/3 innings, Luke Maile had a key two-run single and the Rays completed a three-game sweep by beating the Yankees 5-3 on Sunday.
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.
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