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Kiermaier Wins Gold Glove - Fifth Rays Player to Do So

Kevin Kiermaier was recognized on Tuesday night with a well-deserved Gold Glove Award, the fifth player in franchise history to do so.  Kiermaier joins first baseman Carlos Pena (2008), third baseman Evan Longoria (2009 and 2010), left fielder Carl Crawford (2010) and pitcher Jeremy Hellickson (2012) as previous members of the organization to win the Gold Glove. 161 more words

Game 148: Rays vs Baltimore Orioles - Pregame News and Notes

After a six-run fifth led to an 8-6 win over Baltimore last night, the Rays will look to make it two straight when they take on the Orioles tonight at Tropicana Field.   292 more words

Rays Comeback And Defeat The Orioles

By: Daniel Satter

Yesterday, the Rays defeated the Orioles 8-6. Drew Smyly took the mound and pitched deep enough to earn the win to improve his record to 3-2. 395 more words

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Thoughts on Carlos Pena

It was announced that Carlos Pena will be signing a one day contract with the Tampa Bay Rays to retire as a member of the Rays team. 295 more words


Game 145: Rays vs New York Yankees - Pregame News and Notes

The Rays try to win a series from the Yankees on Wednesday, and will try to do on Roberto Clemente Day.  It just so happens that Tampa Bay’s Roberto Clemente Award nominee, Chris Archer, will be making the start.   341 more words

Central Section Baseball Playoff Preview

The inaugural 2014 Central Section Baseball Championships at Recreation Park were a huge success on many fronts.

Here’s hoping it happens again, as “The Trek to Rec” officially opens today with the commencement of the Central Section playoffs. 1,906 more words


The 2008 Tampa Bay Devil Rays: A Forgotten World Series Losing Team

Had the World Series opponent for the 2008 Tampa Bay Devil Rays been anyone other than the Philadelphia Phillies I would have been on board. However I grew up a suffering fan of the Phillies and had to hope for the worst against this team of mostly unknowns. 602 more words

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