3:47 AM EDT, Sat July 21, 2018
Tampa Bay Times 4 hours ago
Rays journal: Replacement catcher Adam Moore ready to play

Rays journal: Replacement catcher Adam Moore ready to play

ST. PETERSBURG - The newest Rays player is also nearly the oldest.With All-Star C Wilson Ramos on the disabled list with a hamstring injury, Tampa Bay turned to veteran Adam Moore, 34, as the new backup catcher behind Jesus Sucre. Only reliever Sergio Romo, 35, is older on
Tampa Bay Times 5 hours ago
Kiermaier has 'severe bone bruise' in foot, dates back to April injury

Kiermaier has 'severe bone bruise' in foot, dates back to April injury

Rays outfielder Kevin Kiermaier left Friday's game in the fifth inning when an injury to his right foot that has bothered him since April flared up with the worst pain he's encountered this season.Kiermaier called the injury a "severe bone bruise" and said he'll have it evaluated
Tampa Bay Times 5 hours ago
Martin Fennelly: Rays and Marlins at different stages of same mission

Martin Fennelly: Rays and Marlins at different stages of same mission

ST. PETERSBURG - New York Yankees god and former Tampa resident Derek Jeter, who was once going to save the Rays (or so we thought), was at Tropicana Field on Friday night. The Captain had the gall to show up as Miami Marlins chief executive officer as the Marlins and Rays
Tampa Bay Times 5 hours ago
Greg Auman's takeaways from Friday's Rays-Marlins game

Greg Auman's takeaways from Friday's Rays-Marlins game

Nathan Eovaldi bounced back nicely following an eight-out, eight-run outing last week vs. the Twins. He lasted six innings, gave up one run and struck out eight. Take away the Twins game and Eovaldi has allowed three earned runs in his past four starts.As
DRaysBay 5 hours ago
Rays 5, Marlins 6: Welcome Back Boys

Rays 5, Marlins 6: Welcome Back Boys

One great inning can’t make up for eight lackluster ones. If you’re a fan of limited early offense and missed opportunities, but also love late-inning runs that’ll break your heart out, you were probably a giant fan of this Rays-Marlins game. A Rays’ loss is quite a way to return from an All-Star Break. Also Kevin Kiermaier might be injured again? It’s impossible to say. The Rays and the Marlins traded a run each in the early innings of the game, then settled into a weird sort of rut. The game sure started nice, with a hustle double on a soft liner by Kevin Kiermaier. Hech knocked...