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Tampa Bay Times May 20, 2018
Marc Topkin's takeaways from Sunday's Rays-Angels game

Marc Topkin's takeaways from Sunday's Rays-Angels game

* It's always interesting to think of how many amazing plays you see made in a game, then often a simple one - such as the fourth-inning comebacker to Rays RHP Matt Andriese - gets messed up and costs teams heavily, as that led to two runs.*-Give manager Kevin Cash
DRaysBay May 7, 2018
View from the Catwalk: Don’t try to steal home: Don’t try to steal home

View from the Catwalk: Don’t try to steal home: Don’t try to steal home

Mallex Smith tries and fails to steal home, Carlos Gomez with a great day, and Evan Longoria memories Yesterday, in another pitcher duel, the Tampa Bay Rays fell to the Toronto Blue Jays, 2-1. The Rays failed to complete a sweep, but took another series victory as they won the first two contests against Toronto. Chris Archer was fantastic, yielding just one run over seven innings pitched. He allowed five hits, but picked up six strikeouts, while he didn’t walk an opposing batter. Matt Andriese pitched a scoreless eighth for Tampa Bay, but Alex Colome would not be able to do the same in...
NY Daily News Apr 30, 2018
LEADING OFF: Rays, Yanks try for 9 in a row; Ohtani ailing

LEADING OFF: Rays, Yanks try for 9 in a row; Ohtani ailing

A look at what's happening all around the majors Sunday: NINE IN LINE The resurgent Rays try for their ninth straight win when Matt Andriese starts at Fenway Park.
DRaysBay Apr 29, 2018
Rays 3, Red Sox 4: Good thing comes to an end

Rays 3, Red Sox 4: Good thing comes to an end

Red Sox snap the Rays’ eight-game winning streak, but not without a fight The Rays sent staff ace Bullpen Day to the hill to face off against former Cy Young winner and anchor of my ‘17 eighth place Ottoneu team, Rick Porcello. And for a while, things looked good! Matt Andriese was the first arm Tampa Bay called on, and he looked solid, weaving his way through the front three and surrendering only a single to J.D. Martinez. Meanwhile, Denard Span got the offense going in the top of the third. After an earlier single by Adeiny Hechavarria, Old Man Span took a Porcello change out to right...
Tampa Bay Times Apr 29, 2018
Up next for Rays: at Red Sox, 1:05 Sunday

Up next for Rays: at Red Sox, 1:05 Sunday

Today: at Red Sox1:05, Fenway Park, BostonTV/radio: Fox Sports Sun; 620-AM, 760-AM (Spanish)Probable pitchersRays: --RH Matt Andriese- (0-0. 5.40)Red Sox: RH Rick Porcello (4-0., 1.93)On Andriese: Makes his first start of season

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