And it’s gone! Tampa Bay Rays highest leverage homeruns of the decade
Can you name the Rays top ten dingers of the 2010s by Leverage Index?
The classic Devil Rays jersey is the greatest uniform in sports history
In 2018, the Rays brought back the best uniform in sports.
Tampa Bay Rays History: The Scott Kazmir Trade
Nine years ago today we said goodbye to our first real ace
First trades in Tampa Bay Rays history: “With the Baltimore Orioles”
This one doesn’t end happily.
On this date in Rays history: Matt Moore starts ALDS Game One
With just two weeks of major league experience, rookie gets the nod
Blast from the Past: Alex Coob's 13 strikeout performance
In May of 2013, Alex Cobb absolutely dominated the San Diego Padres as he struck out 13 Friars before exiting with one out in just the fifth inning.
The Greatest Tampa Bay Rays Games in History
Evan Longoria plays to the role of hero against San Diego coming in at number two
Great Rays Performances in History
Aubrey Huff Cracks the List at Number 3, Despite the Team Losing
Rays Blast from the Past: Brandon Allen's Walk-Off Shot
On April 26th, 2012 - Brandon Allen in his first official Rays at-bat (walked in his first plate appearance), launched a two run walk off home run to give the Rays a series sweep against the Los Angeles Angels
Rays Blast From the Past: Tino Martinez Rocks Japan
On March 30th, 2004 - Tino Martinez making his Rays debut, launches the 300th home run of his career as the Rays played the Yankees in Japan for the season opener.
Greatest Tampa Bay Rays Games By WPA - Part 1
The Legends of Sam Fuld and Andy Sheets live on.
This Date in Rays History: Matt Garza Throws a No-Hitter
On this date in 2010. #RaysUphttps://t.co/pCYrd4astb— Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) July 26, 2016
On July 26th, 2010, Matt Garza was nearly perfect as his only blemish was a second inning walk. He threw the first major league no hitter in franchise history.
This Date in Rays History: Matt Moore Tosses First Career Shutout
On July 22nd, 2013, Matt Moore delivered what is still the best start of his major league career as he threw a complete game, two hit shutout against the Boston Red Sox
This Date in Rays History: Jason Bartlett Establishes Hit Streak Record
On June 25th, 2009, Jason Bartlett established a new longest hit streak in franchise history as he surpassed Quinton McCracken's mark of 18
This Date in Rays History: Wil Myers Make His Trop Debut
On June 24th, 2013, super prospect, Wil Myers made his Tropicana Field debut and he did it with style as he would be the middle part of back-to-back-to-back home runs with James Loney and Sam Fuld.
This Date in Rays History: James Shields Dominates the Red Sox
On June 14th, 2011, James Shields delivered a five hit shutout against the Boston Red Sox, striking out five and walking three. It was just one of his 11 complete games that season (one of four shutouts)
Oh Walk-Off HR, Where Art Thou?
The Rays haven't had a walk-off homer in nearly two years. Let's remind ourselves what they look like.
Tank: Another Day of Spring Paradise
Baseball is oh, so close to rearing it's beautiful, gorgeous head once again.
Tank: 1st Official Workout
Today, the Rays will hold their first official workout of the spring.
Tank: Just Five More Days!
Spring Training is just a work week away from finally arriving.
Tank: Happy Valentine's Day!
With the romantic holiday of the year upon us, baseball talks stalled.
Tank: Tommy Hunter Signs
With a weak bullpen, the relief market is quickly drying up.
Tank: Slide Rule Incoming?
Akinori Iwamura pretty much lost his career due to an aggressive slide
Tank: Rays Signed a Player!
They have added a second knuckle baller to their spring training invitees
Tank: Rays Lose! Smyly Wins!
The Rays lost their first ever arbitration yesterday afternoon
Tank: Drew Smyly arbitration announcement today
The Rays have never lost in arbitration.