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Tampa Bay Times Jul 8, 2019
Time for a long look at the Rays' Kevin Kiermaier?

Time for a long look at the Rays' Kevin Kiermaier?

ST. PETERSBURG - Kevin Kiermaier is more than just a pretty face among Tampa Bay sports personalities, though his handsome looks and green eyes are often a topic of conversation.Kiermaier has the personality, athleticism, presence and talent to be the face of all Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay Times Jul 5, 2019
Rays vs. Yankees lineups for Friday, with Brendan McKay on the mound

Rays vs. Yankees lineups for Friday, with Brendan McKay on the mound

Brendan McKay was dazzling in his debut against the Rangers last weekend. Tonight the Rays rookie lefty gets a tougher test in facing the AL-leading Yankees.Kevin Kiermaier is back in the Rays lineup after being out the last two days due to a sore left wrist.Masahiro
DRaysBay Jul 3, 2019
Orioles: 9, Rays: 6 - Ninth Inning Rally Cut Short

Orioles: 9, Rays: 6 - Ninth Inning Rally Cut Short

Alvarado struggles (again), Brosseau rakes (again) Rays were looking for the sweep against the Baltimore Orioles, sending out an “old school” bullpen day with newly called up Michael Brosseau in the lineup (Ji-Man Choi was sent to the 10-day DL with a left ankle strain, and a last minute Kevin Kiermaier scratch due to left wrist soreness. Updated lineup card! https://t.co/gLHmiyo5Vd pic.twitter.com/q2XCLcNqVW— Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) July 3, 2019 Stanek sharply opened the inning, striking out 2 with 0 H & 0 BB. Austin Pruitt took over and although got into some trouble...
Tampa Bay Times Jul 3, 2019
Rays' Kevin Kiermaier scratched from starting lineup with left wrist soreness

Rays' Kevin Kiermaier scratched from starting lineup with left wrist soreness

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Rays centerfielder Kevin Kiermaier was scratched from the starting lineup for Wednesday night's game against the Baltimore Orioles with left wrist soreness. Kiermaier was slated to start in center and bat fifth. Austin Meadows will fill Kiermaier's
Tampa Bay Times Jul 1, 2019
Kevin Kiermaier leads way as Rays beat Orioles 6-3

Kevin Kiermaier leads way as Rays beat Orioles 6-3

ST. PETERSBURG : There was plenty of excitement in the stands at Tropicana Field on Monday as an announced crowd of 20,441, roughly half talking advantage of a $2 ticket special, brought some noise on what otherwise would have been a quiet night.The Rays reciprocated on the

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