The Rays Tank: Hold Your Horses, Rays Play Two Today!

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Two chances to win today!

He’s back! Alex Colome has been called up from Durham to make his first start of the season in game one of a day-night doubleheader for the Rays today. He’ll face Kevin Gausman of the Orioles at 1:05 PM. At 7:05 PM, Jake Odorizzi will take the mound against Chris Tillman.

Joe Maddon expressed his love of split doubleheaders to Steven Petrella of,

It's a great concept. Have a group get there at 10 o'clock in the morning and finish at 11 o'clock at night. And then play a 4 o'clock game [Saturday]. That's just how baseball was meant to be played.

Marc Topkin investigates how Kevin Kiermaier became known as “the Outlaw”.

Kiermaier definitely fit right in at Rays on the Runway. You can check out some pictures from the event over at Estrella Fashion Report.

In case you missed it, Chris Archer serenaded a lucky lady with Usher’s “Burn”.

If you’re in the Bay area and have some free time on July 11th, why not help out Joe Maddon at his first Thanksmas volunteer event?


-MLB teams, players and mascots alike shared their excitement yesterday as the USMNT advanced to the Round of 16.

-Eno Sarris wrote a piece for The Hardball Times about finding focus in the on-deck circle, with a mention of how Evan Longoria approaches the batters box.

-If you want to re-watch David DeJesus running face first into the left field wall, it’s featured in this FanGraphs article of the most extreme homeruns of the first half.

-Also on FanGraphs, Carson Cistulli takes a look at Jesse Hahn’s success.

-Over at Sports Illustrated, there’s a really nice piece on the Astros rebuilding project and a look into their front office.

-Speaking of the Astros, they released Kyle Farnsworth yesterday.

-Ejections are on the rise this year.

-Everyone’s favorite Blue Jay, Munenori Kawasaki, joined Intentional Talk yesterday for an interview full of laughs.

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