3:22 PM EST, Fri March 07, 2014
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Tampa Bay Times 6 hours ago
After being rained out Thursday in Sarasota, the Rays are in Dunedin today to take on the AL East rival Blue Jays, and also get their first experience with baseball's new replay system.
Rays ace David Price said he still got a lot accomplished despite the rain and rescheduling, and he will remain on his normal schedule.
Thursday's scheduled game between the Rays and the Orioles in Sarasota was canceled due to the heavy rain expected in the area. As for ticket information, this is from the Orioles: Fans holding paid tickets for today's game may exchange them for any remaining home spring games subject to availability or obtain a refund.
With heavy rain in the forecast, the Rays have scratched ace LHP David Price and the other major-league pitchers from today's scheduled game in Sarasota against Baltimore and will instead have them throw in a simulated game here.
Our video report and a photo gallery from the Rays 5-4 Wednesday win over the Yankees. Video by Will Vragovic.
The Rays rolled to their fourth straight win on Wednesday, beating the Yankees 5-4.LH Cesar Ramos showed well in his first start in a bid to win the open spot in the rotation, working into the third.The Rays hit three home runs, one by Ben Zobrist, who showed there are no lingering issues with his back; one by Desmond …
UPDATE, 9:25: LHP Cesar Ramos said he thought of switching to starting when he heard about Jeremy Hellickson's elbow surgery, and when he brought it up found out team officials had been thinking the same thing. ... Prospect Mikie Mahtook is excited to get a start in RF today, though the timing could have been better - his mom and twin …
Rays RHP Chris Archer was pleased with his two-inning performance in his spring debut on Tuesday against the Red Sox.
The Rays won their third straight Tuesday, beating the Red Sox 8-0 in a game that took a regular-season-like 3 1/2 hours.
The Rays now have a five-way battle for the open No. 5 spot in their rotation.
UPDATE, 8:42: The Rays have a large number of regulars in the lineup for what is one of the shorter trips of the spring:
Tampa Tribune Mar 3, 2014
Relief pitcher Jameis Wintson, who has a Heisman Trophy and national football championship, joins the FSU baseball team as it plays USF.
Our video report from #Rays 6-1 win over Phillies on Monday. Video by Will Vragovic.
UPDATE, 4:30: The Rays won their second straight, beating the Phillies 6-1. Non-roster INFs Ray Olmedo and Cole Figueroa had big hits in a five-run seventh. UPDATE, 4:30: The Rays won their second straight, beating the Phillies 6-1.