Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
Jeremy Hellickson recently allowed the most earned runs by a winning pitcher since Yankee Andy Pettitte in 2007. He hopes for a better showing Wednesday against Mark Buehrle and the Blue Jays.
Tampa Bay used some early offense and a solid effort by closer Fernando Rodney to back Alex Cobb and achieve a 4-3 win over Toronto on Tuesday night at Rogers Centre in front of 15,802.
Matt Joyce left Tuesday night's game with the Blue Jays because of right hamstring tightness. The Rays are calling the move precautionary.
Jamey Wright hails from Oklahoma City, where his parents and sister live near tornado-ravaged Moore.
After Monday's game, Joe Maddon remarked that he planned to talk to shortstop Yunel Escobar about the way Escobar gave a safe signal after hitting a two-run homer. Maddon did talk to Escobar, but he did not tell him to stop making the sign.
Rays manager Joe Maddon allowed that he was wrong in his interpretation of the home run rules where reviews are concerned, but he voiced a strong sentiment that the rules needed to be modified.
Roberto Hernandez, the former Rays relief pitcher -- not the current Rays starter -- will represent Tampa Bay at the 2013 First-Year Player Draft.
With the Rays trailing the Blue Jays, Yunel Escobar homered off his former team, going on to celebrate his fourth homer of the season. Rays manager Joe Maddon clearly did not care for Escobar's gesture.
Edwin Encarnacion's bases-loaded double in the seventh led the Blue Jays to a 7-5 win over the Rays on Monday afternoon at Rogers Centre. It was the Rays debut for starter Jake Odorizzi.
Even before his second-inning leadoff single Monday against the Blue Jays, Evan Longoria was riding a career-high 13-game hitting streak.
Earlier this year, Alex Cobb noted that getting rid of hitters in two or three pitches, or pitching to contact, would go a long way toward lasting more innings. Alas, his strikeouts are up this season.
Before a ruling came, Joe Maddon argued that Matt Joyce's home run Sunday, originally called a double, could not have been ruled a foul ball. Umpire Gerry Davis disagreed.
Rays outfielder Matt Joyce hit his eighth home run of the season Sunday afternoon at Camden Yards, after an official review gave Tampa Bay a 3-1 lead over the Orioles.
Jake Odorizzi joined the Rays on Sunday as the guy the Rays have tabbed to try and fill injured David Price's shoes, and the plan is to wait until the end of Sunday's game to activate the young right-hander.
To help cover their bullpen for Sunday's game against the Orioles, the Rays recalled left-hander Jeff Beliveau from Triple-A Durham to serve a one-day stint in the Major Leagues, and they optioned left-hander Alex Torres back to Durham.
Matt Joyce took manager Joe Maddon's advice and kept trying to be himself, besting the Orioles' extreme shift on Saturday. Joyce went 3-for-5 with a homer and five RBIs.
The Rays got homers from Luke Scott and Matt Joyce, and Matt Moore limited the Orioles to a run over seven innings in the 3-1 victory on Sunday.
Jose Molina left Saturday's game vs. the Orioles due to a tight left hamstring. The Rays catcher said he was fine after the game, and he does not expect to miss any time.
Jeremy Hellickson tied a club record Friday night for most runs allowed in a win, when he yielded eight in 7 2/3 innings in the Rays' 12-10 win over the Orioles.
There isn't a lot of glory in being a team's long man out of the bullpen, but Cesar Ramos was impressive while appearing in four of the Rays' 10 games during the last homestand.
Matt Joyce hit a homer and drove in five runs, including the go-ahead two-run double in the ninth, to engineer the game-winning rally as the Rays defeated the Orioles, 10-6, on Saturday.
Fernando Rodney blew the save Thursday night against the Red Sox, prompting Joe Maddon to note that the command of the Rays closer has been "off just a little bit."
Evan Longoria entered Friday night's game against the Orioles having reached base safely via a hit, walk, or hit-by-pitch in a Major League-high 39 games this season.
Every starter got at least one hit, and Kelly Johnson launched a three-run homer in the 12-10 victory over the Orioles on Friday night. Jeremy Hellickson picked up his second win of the season despite a big O's rally.
Following Thursday night's game against the Red Sox, the Rays will leave for a six-game road trip to Baltimore and Toronto. The trip will be the team's second themed road trip of the season. This time around, Rays players will wear camouflage.
Alex Torres was sitting around watching TV around midnight Wednesday. He and his Triple-A Durham roommate, Alex Colome, had seen on Twitter that the Rays were going to need another pitcher in the wake of David Price's injury, and they knew it very well could be one of them. The Rays opted to call up Torres on Thursday.
The Rays know David Price won't be making his scheduled start Monday in Toronto, but they're not quite sure who's going to be filling in for their injured Cy Young Award winner. But they've narrowed it down to four candidates.
Fernando Rodney needed just one strike to escape the mess he'd created for himself in the ninth Thursday night. He didn't get it, and the Rays saw a two-run ninth-inning lead evaporate in one swing of Will Middlebrooks' bat as the Red Sox took a 4-3 victory in the rubber game of the series at Tropicana Field.
First the bad news: David Price went on the 15-day disabled list Thursday with a left triceps strain. Fortunately for the Rays and the reigning American League Cy Young Award winner, the forecast is good for his return.