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Tampa Bay Rays News and Links: Brent Honeywell to miss next start

Not being considered too serious right now, but still worrisome

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Rays Links:

- The Rays and Orioles game that had been postponed due to weather, that Baltimore also just handled terribly, has been rescheduled for a day-night doubled header in June that means the Rays will play 27 games over 27 days...thanks Baltimore

- Some stadium talk about one of Hillsborough County's commissioners who will not be easily convinced to provide funding for a new stadium in Tampa

-"Recovering Ballplayer Vol. 8: Performance Enhancing Drugs And The Secrets We Keep" - an excellent essay from Fernando Perez

- Remember when the Rays acquired Brad Miller from Seattle, a video surfaced of a heart broken kid whose favorite player had been traded? The two got to meet this past series

- Josh Vitale has some notes on Brent Honeywell -- who was scratched from his next start for right arm tenderness

Around the League:

- On Wednesday night, Max Scherzer added a feat that's now only been done six times in major league history to his already impressive resume as he struck out 20! Tigers in a complete game victory

- Also on Wednesday night, Noah Syndergaard lowered the boom, not once, but twice becoming the first pitcher in nine year to have a multi-HR day

- Nick Swisher says being released by the Braves is the best thing that's ever happened to him

- The Marlins signed one-time Ray, Joe Biemel to a minor league deal

- Beyond the Boxscore looks at some of the worst players this season thus far with Logan Morrison somehow not making an appearance

The Angels were attempting some voodoo, but it backfired due to a wrong breed of cat and now Yunel Escobar is hurt

- The aptly named Savannah Bananas made their club even more awesome by adopting this adorable puppy

- MLB Daily Dish ranks the top 10 players likely to be traded right now

- Anyone interested in joining the MLB Daily Dish team? They're hiring

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