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  • Archer set to face familiar foe in Blue Jays
    The Rays and the Blue Jays will meet for the final time in the 2017 season when they play a three-game series at Tropicana Field beginning with a 7:10 p.m. ET contest Tuesday.
  • Inbox: Kiermaier to provide boost Rays need?
    Can Kevin Kiermaier help the Rays rediscover their early-season form? How should the club feel in hindsight about trading Tim Beckham? Beat reporter Bill Chastain answers those questions and more in the latest Inbox.
  • Snell, 2 homers carry Rays to finale win
    Blake Snell hung nothing but zeros on the scoreboard, and the Rays got all the offense they needed from a pair of homers in a 3-0 win over the Mariners on Sunday at Tropicana Field.
  • Ramos runs with Buffalo on Players Weekend
    "The Buffalo" will be roaming among the myriad names on the backs of Rays jerseys when the inaugural Players Weekend takes place Aug. 25-27.
  • Snell finding his form through stretch run
    Blake Snell got the job done on Sunday, leading the Rays to a 3-0 win over the Mariners at Tropicana Field.
  • Cobb to start Thursday; Faria heads to DL
    The Rays announced a series of moves Sunday morning, highlighted by the news that Alex Cobb would be re-inserted into the rotation on Thursday and that Jacob Faria would go on the 10-day disabled list with a left abdominal strain.
  • McKay fires three scoreless innings
    Yankees prospects Miguel Andujar and Domingo German led Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to a 3-0 win over Durham with a pair of strong performances on Sunday.
  • Rays' Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Rays have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Tampa Bay's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
  • Hechavarria turns DP on fly ball off catwalk
    Hechavarria turns DP on fly ball off catwalk
  • Odorizzi on outing: 'Just one of those days'
    Jake Odorizzi wasn't himself Saturday night, allowing all of the Mariners' runs in a 7-6 loss for the Rays.
  • Rays awaken with 3 HRs, but rally falls short
    Mitch Haniger and Nelson Cruz brought the boom Saturday night as the Mariners defeated the Rays, 7-6, at Tropicana Field.
  • Kiermaier hustles out of gate upon activation
    Few highlights dotted the Rays' landscape in Friday night's 7-1 loss to the Mariners, but seeing Kevin Kiermaier complete a hustling double brought a lot of smiles to Rays fans.
  • Pruitt allows 6 runs, offense struggles in loss
    Erasmo Ramirez got some payback against his old teammates with a quality start, and Nelson Cruz made his mark with two doubles and a tape-measure home run to lead the Mariners' 7-1 win over the Rays on Friday night at Tropicana Field.
  • Adames plates five for Durham
    Now into his second month playing in the Florida State League, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is finding his power stroke.
  • Archer tosses 1,000th career K, 200th of '17
    Like he's done countless times in his six years with Tampa Bay, Chris Archer provided a bright spot in an otherwise frustrating night for the Rays.
  • McKay succeeding so far in two-way experiment
    When the Rays drafted Brendan McKay, he was announced as a first baseman. It was always thought the two-way star from Louisville would need to focus on one craft eventually and it sounded like Tampa Bay wanted him to hone his hitting skills long-term.
  • Rays come up short after rally, milestone K's
    Josh Donaldson is doing just about everything in his power to get the Blue Jays back into contention for the second American League Wild Card. On Thursday afternoon, he also got a major assist from Justin Smoak.
  • Lineup versatility gives Cash ability to shuffle
    The Rays' defeat on Wednesday offered some encouraging results in the form of two changes to the Rays' batting order.
  • Rays' bats struggle vs. Stroman in loss to Jays
    The cluttered American League Wild Card race isn't getting any clearer after Marcus Stroman and the Blue Jays held on for a 3-2 win over the Rays.
  • Faria's changeup a mystery, but its success isn't
    Though the pitch has been around for nearly than 40 years, Jake Faria's teammates implore him to keep the details of his best offering close to his vest. You can find the general blueprint online, in books and within wonkier, more creative pitching circles. But like a magician's trick or a grandma's secret recipe, there are things Faria can just do to his split-finger changeup that are more or less unteachable that make it different, and that render the intricacies of it worth protecting.
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