"It’s not random. It’s not random. I can put my hand on fire, it’s not random," Rays outfielder Carlos Gomez on this week's installment of the Yahoo Sports MLB Podcast.
by: foxsports — Fox Sports 23 May
The Boston Red Sox held off a late Tampa Bay Rays' charge, and Willy Adames entered the major league in a big way with a home run off Chris Sale.
by: Marc TopkinTimes staff writerMore articles window.authors=[["Marc","Topkin"]]; — Tampa Bay Times 23 May
Marc Topkin's takeaways from Rays 4-2 loss to Red Sox on Tuesday:* The Rays record against a Red Sox team they consider a measuring stick doesn't look very good at 3-8. But, as manager Kevin Cash a
by: @usatoday — USA Today 23 May
Tuesday's Baseball Capsules
by: Brett Phillips — SB Nation: DRays Bay 23 May
So much depends on a ground ball/under the first baseman’s mitt/in the third inning- "Willy" Carlos Williams
by: Mark Didtler The Associated Press — The Ledger 23 May
ST. PETERSBURG — Mookie Betts hit his major league-leading 16th homer, Chris Sale of Lakeland struck out nine in 7 2/3 innings and the Boston Red Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-2 on Tuesday night.Willy Adames made his big league debut and hit a solo home..
by: N/A — MLB: Devil Rays 23 May
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by: Bill Baer — NBC Sports: Hardball Talk 23 May
Brandon Crawford was 4-for-18 with four singles in his career against brother-in-law Gerrit Cole. He finally took Cole deep on Tuesday.
by: R.J. Anderson — CBS Sports 23 May
Adames is considered the Rays' shortstop of the future
by: Tim Hackett May 22, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 22 May
He's the Rays' No. 2 prospect—ranked 22nd in all of Minor League Baseball—and he's making his big league debut Tuesday night.
by: Michael Bradburn — The Score 22 May
Los Angeles Angels third baseman Zack Cozart didn't mince words in his first objection to the Tampa Bay Rays starting a one-inning reliever against his team on back-to-back days, and, on Tuesday, he further explained his opinion, suggesting it will...
by: (Thomas Lott) — Sporting News 22 May
Zack Cozart thinks teams starting relievers are planning for the future, and not in a good way.