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Rays Off to Slow Start this Season

The Tampa Bay Rays haven’t gotten off to the start they wanted to so far this season. Tampa Bay is currently 2-4 to start in 2016 despite not giving up more than six runs in any contest. Tampa Bay’s last loss comes at the hands of the Baltimore Orioles, who have …

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Rays Split Opening Series With Blue Jays After 5-3 Win

The Tampa Bay Rays pulled out their second straight eighth-inning comeback to win 5-3 and split the season opening series with the Toronto Blue Jays. Steven Souza Jr. hit two home runs, including the go ahead three-run homer in the eighth. Erasmo Ramirez allowed only one hit over the final two innings to …

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MLB Preview: Tampa Bay Rays Hosts Toronto Blue Jays

Tampa hosts Toronto for game two of a four game home stand starting tonight at 7:10. 6’3” lefty Drew Smyly takes the mound for the Rays. Smyly posted a 3.11 ERA on the way to a 5-2 record in 2015. Rays manager Kevin Cash says he’s extremely confident in Smyly’s arm. .@SmylyD's season debut. …

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Tampa Bay Rays Travel Across the Gulf of Mexico To Take On Cuba

Today when the clock strikes 1:30 p.m. the Tampa Bay Rays will endure a first pitch that the Rays’ organization, Major Baseball League, and America will never forget. Leaving from their spring training facility in Port Charlotte, Florida, the Rays traveled 270 miles over the Gulf of Mexico to reach the destination of Havana, Cuba. …

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Baseball Season Nears As Spring Training Kicks Off

As the winter ice thaws around the country, baseball teams are flocking to warm weather this week for the beginning of spring training, marking the official start of the 2016 MLB season. From the Kansas City Royals’ defense of their championship, to the surprising big-spending Arizona Diamondbacks, there is no shortage …

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