Tags » Chris Archer

Rays of Brightness Not Lost

Somewhere out there, in the most secluded parts of Florida, there probably were Tampa Bay Rays fans that ran out of their homes Friday to make sure the sky wasn’t falling. 1,297 more words

Rays pitcher Chris Archer: Joe Maddon's exit not completely surprising

Just 10 days after losing executive vice president Andrew Friedman to the Dodgers, the Tampa Bay Rays have lost manager Joe Maddon.

Maddon, who just completed his ninth season with the Rays, decided to opt out of his contract with Tampa Bay effective immediately on Friday afternoon. 376 more words


Tweet of the Day: Chris Archer channels Chris Rock regarding Joe Maddon's opt-out

Chris Rock once said this about marital infidelity. Chris Archer says it about Joe Maddon:

And he’s not wrong. We talk about loyalty in sports, but it’s a pretty silly concept when everyone is getting paid to do this stuff and can be fired or released on a moment’s notice. 45 more words

Shortstop Loaded Position for Rays Farm System

A blockbuster trade can beef up any position, and with David Price dealt at the deadline by the Tampa Bay Rays, the prospect list took quite a shuffle. 1,079 more words

Archer sharp, but Kluber A Little Tougher in 1-0 Rays Loss at Cleveland

Chris Archer closed his year with one of his better starts in 2014 on Friday night, but potential Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber was just a hair better in a 1-0 win over the Rays.   229 more words

Indians Pitcher Corey Kluber Makes Strong Final Argument For Cy Young Candidacy

CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – The Cleveland Indians may have been officially eliminated from the postseason race on Friday night, but Corey Kluber delivered a strong closing argument in his case for the American League Cy Young Award. 553 more words


Hellickson Continues Struggles as Rays Beat Up in Boston 11-1

Jeremy Hellickson’s last start was certainly not what he hoped for to take into the off-season.  Hellickson was knocked out in the third inning on Thursday in a 11-1 loss to Boston at Fenway Park. 349 more words