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DRaysBay Aug 11, 2020
Rays 8, Red Sox 7: Openers are so 2018

Rays 8, Red Sox 7: Openers are so 2018

Photo by Omar Rawlings/ In a constant back and forth battle, the Rays came out on top After concluding a pivotal series (boy does it feel strange to say that this early in the season) in which the Rays took three of four games from the Yankees over the weekend, the Rays enter another four game set, this time in Boston. For the Rays, the ever reliable Ryan Yarbrough took the hill, coming off a rough start when he gave up 5 runs against the same Red Sox at home. For the Sox, it was Ryan Brasier, who made his first career major league start. But Brasier would only go one inning, as the Red...
DRaysBay Aug 6, 2020
Rays 0, Red Sox 5: Losers Once Again!

Rays 0, Red Sox 5: Losers Once Again!

Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY Sports Pain. After a rough series in Baltimore, the Rays were off to a good start to the Boston Red Sox Series yesterday with a 5-1 win. The outcome today wasn’t quite the same. Wrapping up the two-game series tonight https://t.co/jNGp2APsGs pic.twitter.com/QKRYnLofTS— Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) August 5, 2020 Got one more on the road: @NESN+ @WEEI & WCCM pic.twitter.com/sVpONfiLVA— Red Sox (@RedSox) August 5, 2020 Ryan Yarbrough was on the mound for the Rays, and was cruising for first five innings of the game, working around a couple...
DRaysBay Jul 30, 2020
Rays 1, Braves 2: Pitching duel goes in Atlanta’s favor

Rays 1, Braves 2: Pitching duel goes in Atlanta’s favor

Photo by Alex Trautwig/MLB via This is a Ryan Yarbrough appreciation recap. The finale of the home-and-home series against the Atlanta Braves is upon us. With the Rays winning the first two games at Tropicana Field and the Braves winning the first of two games at Truist Park, the Rays looked to secure the series win against young lefty Max Fried. Fried threw a perfect first inning against the Rays, striking out the side and making way for the Braves offense to face Ryan Yarbrough. Yarbrough looked to recreate his strong outing from last Saturday when he did not allow a run in five...
DRaysBay Jul 27, 2020
Ryan Yarbrough could anchor the Rays 2020 season

Ryan Yarbrough could anchor the Rays 2020 season

Mary Holt-USA TODAY Sports He’s ready to shoulder the load. From a fan perspective Ryan Yarbrough was an afterthought, a secondary prospect received in the Drew Smyly trade with the Seattle Mariners. Yarbrough grew up with the Tampa Bay Rays as his local club, being born in Lakeland and going to high school at All Saints Academy in Winter Haven. Despite a limited history the Rays have had some of the most electric left handed pitchers in all of baseball from Scott Kazmir, David Price, Matt Moore, to the present version in Blake Snell. Yarbrough has little in common with...
DRaysBay Jul 25, 2020
Tampa Bay Rays 4, Toronto Blue Jays 1: Winner winner chicken dinner

Tampa Bay Rays 4, Toronto Blue Jays 1: Winner winner chicken dinner

Photo by Mike Carlson/ Yarbs is solid, and Choi and Lowe come up with clutch hits. The Rays notched their first victory of the season, knocking off the Blue Jays 4-1 behind a strong outing from Ryan Yarbrough, timely hitting, fun pinch running, and (mostly) solid bullpen work. The Rays loaded up the lineup with lefties against Blue Jay starter Matt Shoemaker, but it would take a while to get things going. Day two https://t.co/8cbUNes9uD pic.twitter.com/eTzrW2ItuO— Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) July 25, 2020 Ryan Yarbrough kept the Jays off balance early, relying heavily on his...

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