Here are key FAQs about Rays’ offseason

Once the World Series is over, the Rays' offseason will truly begin and Tampa Bay will begin the process of trying to build on a much-improved club. Here are some of the more frequently asked questions surrounding the Rays' offseason.… Read More
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Rays wrap promising season with 90th win

The Rays wrapped up a surprising season in typical fashion: good work from an opener (Ryne Stanek), a relief win for Ryan Yarbrough (his 16th) and production from a promising group of young players. Tommy Pham and Jake Bauers had three hits apiece, Willy Adames added two more, and Mallex Smith and Joey Wendle contributed to a five-steal afternoon. The story for Toronto was Russell Martin's stint as manager-for-the-day, but Kevin Pillar reached 40 doubles for the first time in his career.… Read More
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Snell puts exclamation point on year with 10 K’s

Blake Snell put a fitting capstone on his Cy Young-worthy season, fanning 10 Blue Jays in five innings and allowing just one run. He earned a no-decision, as the Rays pulled ahead with two in the seventh on an Austin Meadows homer and Mallex Smith single. Teoscar Hernandez and Reese McGuire went deep for Toronto, while Ryan Borucki ended his solid rookie campaign by allowing four runs in 6 2/3 innings.… Read More
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Pham powers up as Rays hold off Yanks

Tommy Pham's offense proved to be the difference in an 8-7 Rays win over the Yankees on Wednesday night at Tropicana Field. Pham's solo home run in the third gave him 21 for the season -- seven with the Rays -- while putting Tampa Bay ahead for good, and the Yankees' four-run rally in the ninth came up just short.… Read More
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Bloodied Choi exits after collision at plate

Rays first baseman Ji-Man Choi left Tuesday night's game after a third-inning collision at the plate. After getting tagged out by Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez, Choi got to his feet and had blood on the left side of his face.… Read More
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Rays’ Wild hopes officially end in final week

Elimination came to the Rays on Monday night in a 4-1 loss to the Yankees at Tropicana Field. Give the Rays credit, they fought hard to give their fans postseason hopes, going 25-8 since Aug. 19 and 38-22 since the All-Star break.… Read More
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