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Call to the Pen Jun 15, 2019

Tampa Bay Rays: Tommy Pham slams ‘unfair’ voting process

Tampa Bay Rays star Tommy Pham says players on smaller-market teams don’t get an even shake from the fans who vote For as long as the fans have been involved in selecting the All Star teams, players have griped about fan bias. In 1957, Cincinnati Reds fans elected seven of their eight stating position players […] Tampa Bay Rays: Tommy Pham slams ‘unfair’ voting process - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

Rays break loose, overcome poor Snell outing to beat Angels

Tommy Pham hit a pair of RBI singles as the Tampa Bay Rays suddenly broke loose, overcoming another subpar start by Blake Snell and rallying past the Los Angeles Angels 9-4 on Friday night.
DRaysBay Jun 12, 2019
View from the Catwalk: Wander Franco mania

View from the Catwalk: Wander Franco mania

Wander. Franco. Wander. Franco. Wander. Franco. Wander. Franco. Wander. Franco. Wander. Franco. Wander Franco. Oh and the Rays lost last night, but not before rallying in the ninth to make it a one run game. They even got the tying run on base, but Kevin Kiermaier grounded out to end the threat. Tommy Pham crushed the longest home run of his career during the game, a shot that landed near the Left Field Ledge, projecting to be 458 feet. Willy Adames and Kevin Kiermaier teamed up on a double steal, that allowed Adames to swipe home. Jalen Beeks was solid once again, delivering four excellent...
DRaysBay Jun 8, 2019
Tommy Pham leaves game with a right wrist contusion

Tommy Pham leaves game with a right wrist contusion

Pham was hit by a pitch in the first game of Saturday’s double-header Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Tommy Pham was removed from the first game of Saturday’s double-header against the Boston Red Sox after being hit by a pitch during the second inning. Pham had already been dealing with a sore calf after straining it during a game last week against the Minnesota Twins. Pham’s calf issue caused him to miss five games. Fortunately for the Rays and Pham, the X-Rays came back negative on his wrist. When Pham plays, the Rays win the majority of the time as they are 62-31 when he is in the lineup...
Tampa Bay Times Jun 8, 2019
Tommy Pham leaves Rays game with bruised right wrist, x-rays negative

Tommy Pham leaves Rays game with bruised right wrist, x-rays negative

BOSTON - The Rays were excited to get Tommy Pham back in the their lineup Thursday after he missed five games with a right calf strain.Then he was sidelined again Saturday with a bruised right wrist after being hit by a pitch in the second inning. Pham stayed in to the run
Tampa Bay Times Jun 8, 2019
Rays at Red Sox lineups at the start of a long Saturday in the Park

Rays at Red Sox lineups at the start of a long Saturday in the Park

Ryan Yarbrough will get the start in the opener today as the Rays and Red Sox play a day-night doubleheader at Fenway Park.Here is the Rays lineup, with Tommy Pham back in leftfield for the first time since straining his right calf a week ago Thursday:Meadows rfPham
DRaysBay Jun 7, 2019
Made for this: The 2019 Rays are hitting the cover off the ball

Made for this: The 2019 Rays are hitting the cover off the ball

The Rays are among the hardest hitting hitters in baseball The Tampa Bay Rays made it a priority to add offense to their roster over the past calendar year, and what a journey it’s been. Going back a calendar year to include last season’s trade deadline, the Rays have steadily added impressive pieces to overhaul their roster into one of the strongest in baseball. Twelve Month Rewind At the 2018 trade deadline, the Rays acquired hard hitting outfielder, Tommy Pham, who was a bit down on his luck. That quickly turned around when he put on the Rays uniform and he excelled down the...
Tampa Bay Times Jun 6, 2019
Rays at Tigers lineups for Thursday matinee, with Tommy Pham as the DH

Rays at Tigers lineups for Thursday matinee, with Tommy Pham as the DH

The Rays are looking to win a series in Detroit today, and they'll have Tommy Pham back in the lineup, albeit at the DH.Pham has been out since straining his right calf in last Thursday's game at the Trop; the Rays lost the first four without him and then
Tampa Bay Times Jun 5, 2019
Rays' Tommy Pham ready to return to action

Rays' Tommy Pham ready to return to action

DETROIT - As long as Tommy Pham doesn't wake up Thursday feeling any discomfort in his previously strained right calf, he will be back in the Tampa Bay lineup for the first time since May 30.And he is confident the Rays, who lost the first four games he missed, will be
Tampa Bay Times Jun 5, 2019
Rays at Tigers lineups on what may be a wet Wednesday, still without Tommy Pham

Rays at Tigers lineups on what may be a wet Wednesday, still without Tommy Pham

The Rays are looking to break a season-high matching four-game losing streak tonight, and they will have to do so without Tommy Pham in the lineup again.Pham hasn't played since leaving Thursday's game with what at the time was said to be a calf cramp and turned out to
Tampa Bay Times Jun 4, 2019
Rays get Avisail Garcia back in lineup, Tommy Pham remains sidelined

Rays get Avisail Garcia back in lineup, Tommy Pham remains sidelined

DETROIT - Three relatively quiet weekend days against the Twins made clear how much less imposing the Rays lineup looks without veteran right-handed hitters Avisail Garcia and Tommy Pham.Garcia returned to action on Tuesday, saying the left hamstring soreness is behind him,
Tampa Bay Times Jun 4, 2019
Rays at Tigers lineups for Tuesday, with Avisail Garcia back but Tommy Pham still out

Rays at Tigers lineups for Tuesday, with Avisail Garcia back but Tommy Pham still out

The Rays have Avisail Garcia back in their lineup tonight, but are still without Tommy Pham.Both have been sidelined since Thursday, Garcia with hamstring soreness and Pham with a tight calf.Blake Snell will be on the mound for the Rays, hoping to continue his solid showings.
DRaysBay May 31, 2019
Tommy Pham, Avisail Garcia nursing lower leg injuries

Tommy Pham, Avisail Garcia nursing lower leg injuries

Neither outfielder will be in the lineup tonight. During Thursday night’s game, Tommy Pham left the Rays 14-run walloping of the Minnesota Twins in the fifth inning after a calf cramp crept in as he was running the bases. After the game, Pham demurred on there being any concern: #Rays OF Tommy Pham says he underwent MRI and it revealed “good results.” He didn’t really sound concerned that the injury was anything more serious than a cramp. Pham joked around and said he’ll ask Kevin Cash to be in lineup tomorrow vs. #MNTwins.— Josh Tolentino (@JCTSports) May 31, 2019 What was...
DRaysBay May 31, 2019
View from the Catwalks: Rays Rocket the Twins

View from the Catwalks: Rays Rocket the Twins

A warm how do ya do to our old pal Rocco. Rays News Rays upset narrative with offensive onslaught - Juan Toribio, MLB.com: The Rays were the ones to showcase both the dominant pitching and explosive bats in game 1 of a big time 4 game showdown with the league leading Minnesota Twins. Rays’ Tommy Pham optimistic after leaving in fifth inning due to leg cramp - Marc Topkin, Tampa Bay Times: Some cautiously good news after Pham had to leave early from the Rays route of the Twins. Pham: "It feels better. I guess I need to drink more water and stop drinking soda. Good news from the...
Tampa Bay Times May 30, 2019
Rays' Tommy Pham leaves game in fifth inning due to leg cramp

Rays' Tommy Pham leaves game in fifth inning due to leg cramp

Tommy Pham, serving as the DH for the Rays on Thursday, left the game in the fifth inning with what the team said was a right lower leg cramp, and was to be further evaluated after the game. Pham pulled up while heading home in the fourth inning, and left the dugout before the Rays

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