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DRaysBay Jun 11, 2019
View from the Catwalk: Sole possession

View from the Catwalk: Sole possession

With last night’s win over the Oakland Athletics, the Rays lead the New York Yankees by half a game For the first time since May 18th, the Tampa Bay Rays stand alone in first place in the American League East: Charlie Morton delivered a sparkling seven inning outing. Morton has only gone that many innings three times this season, and they’ve been in his last three starts. Two-run dingers by Brandon Lowe, Kevin Kiermaier and Ji-Man Choi propelled the Rays offense to the 6-2 victory. There was also this: .@KKiermaier39 HAS DONE IT AGAIN! A great grab ends the top of the 7th and keeps...
Tampa Bay Times Jun 11, 2019
Marc Topkin's takeaways from Rays' 6-2 Monday win over A's

Marc Topkin's takeaways from Rays' 6-2 Monday win over A's

Marc Topkin's takeaways from Rays' 6-2 Monday win over A's:* Ji-Man Choi is heating up at a good time. With teams more willing to call up prospects in June due to fewer financial implications, Choi needs to do everything he can to keep the Rays from thinking about
DRaysBay Jun 6, 2019
View from the Catwalk: Joey Wendle to begin rehab assignment

View from the Catwalk: Joey Wendle to begin rehab assignment

Out since late April, Joey Wendle is nearing his return Last night, the Tampa Bay Rays shutout the Detroit Tigers, 4-0, to snap their four game losing streak. Charlie Morton dominated, delivering seven scoreless innings and striking out eight during his night on the mound. Oliver Drake closed it out for the Rays, pitching a perfect 8th and 9th inning. Offensively, Avisail Garcia doubled home a run. Austin Meadows tripled, and then scored thanks to an error. Ji-Man Choi was the only Rays player with a multi-hit game. Today, the Rays go for the series victory with Ryne Stanek opening against...
Tampa Bay Times Jun 2, 2019
Eduardo A. Encina's takeaways from the Rays' 9-7 loss to the Twins

Eduardo A. Encina's takeaways from the Rays' 9-7 loss to the Twins

- Ji-Man Choi is patient at the plate. He saw 32 pitches in four plate appearances Sunday, and even though fourth-inning, 12-pitch at bat ended with a strikeout, it might have prevented Jake Odorizzi from going into the seventh, when the Rays were able to pounce in the Twins bullpen.
DRaysBay May 25, 2019
Rays 6, Cleveland 2: Lowe’d contact

Rays 6, Cleveland 2: Lowe’d contact

Brandon Lowe, Tommy Pham, and Ji-Man Choi back a strong outing from Charlie Morton It took a while to get there, but the Rays eventually dispatched the Cleveland Indians 6-2 behind big hits from Lowe, Choi and Pham, and strong pitching from Charlie Morton. But first, about that delay. I know we make fun of other teams for not having a dome when it rains. But the truth is, there isn’t a dome out there that could have prevented this delay. Because it wasn’t raining. According to at Indians, today's first pitch will be delayed due to inclement weather in the area.#RaysUp...

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