Gareth Rees

Staff Writer

Rays, Bucs, Lightning, and Bulls fan. Mass Communication (Journalism) major at USF. Husband, cat owner, and certified pool technician.



The Tampa Bay Rays, on the brink of elimination, found some unlikely magic to topple the Boston Red Sox, 5-4.

Rays 8, Yankees 3: Longoria powers Rays past Yanks


Evan Longoria launched two home runs as David Price pitched seven strong to power the Tampa Bay Rays past the New York Yankees, 8-3

Rays 4, Rangers 3: Rays rally past Rangers.


After the Rays' centerfielder's miscue led to two Rangers runs, Jennings earned redemption with a walk off single in the bottom of the twelfth inning to propel his club past the Rangers 4-3, and...

Rays 2, Angels 11: Just Awful.


The Rays got blown out by the Angels and their wildcard lead shrank again. Sam Fuld pitched, that was something?

Rays 2, Yankees 3: NY top Rays in extras

Looking for the sweep the Rays throw Alex Cobb against Ray killer Ivan Nova

Rays 2, O's 4: Davis homers as Rays meatloaf O's

Jeremy Hellickson is not so hot.

Rays 2, Jays 1: Lobcity.

Rays catcher Jose Lobaton was the hero again as his walk off home run launched the Rays past the Blue Jays, 2-1.

Rays 5, M's 4: Rays snap losing skid with walkoff!


The Tampa Bay Rays have finally won a baseball game, defeating the Seattle Mariners 5-4 and ending a frustrating six game losing streak.

Rays 0, Dodgers 5: Greinke, Dodgers dominate Rays

After stunning the Tampa Bay Rays Friday night, the Los Angeles Dodgers cruised to a much easier victory, Saturday, defeating the Rays 5-0 behind a dominant Zack Greinke outing.

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