9/29/2014 | Players pack up, uncertain of future with Rays
The Rays cleaned out their lockers on Monday afternoon at Tropicana Field, and as their offseason begins, some players said they know they could be in a different clubhouse next season.
9/29/2014 | Rays' run production needs improving in 2015
The Rays' returned home on Monday with their 77-85 season in the books, never having produced less offense in a season than they did in 2014. An American League-low 612 runs scored were the fewest in franchise history, behind even the inaugural 1998 club's 620.
9/28/2014 | Longo focused on improving at plate in '15
Evan Longoria, who has not had the offensive season he hoped for in 2014, said he needs to hit better to help the Rays improve next season.
9/28/2014 | Maddon entering final year of contract
Rays manager Joe Maddon will be entering the final year of his contract in 2015 after signing a three-year extension worth $6 million on Feb. 15, 2012. When asked about his situation, Maddon said, "I can easily see myself managing for another 10 years."
9/28/2014 | Cobb, Rays fall short in season finale vs. Tribe
A lot of history came into play leading into the Rays' final game of the season. Unfortunately for the Rays, any good karma from season's past did not carry over into Sunday's 7-2 loss to the Indians at Progressive Field.
9/27/2014 | Maddon doesn't expect changes to coaching staff
Rays manager Joe Maddon defended his coaches Saturday and said he did not expect any changes to his staff prior to 2015.
9/27/2014 | Durable Longoria eyes 162-game season
If Evan Longoria is in the lineup for the team's final game Sunday, he will become the third Rays player to play in every game, joining Delmon Young ('07) and Aubrey Huff ('03).
9/27/2014 | Series on the line for Tribe, Rays in season finale
Cleveland will send T.J. House to the mound in Sunday's season finale, as he makes his 18th start of the season. The Rays will counter with right-hander Alex Cobb.
9/27/2014 | Rays prospect Colome stifles Tribe
Alex Colome made a compelling case for the 2015 rotation in the Rays' 2-0 win over the Indians at Progressive Field. The win ensured that the Rays -- who went 36-45 at Tropicana Field this season -- will have a winning record on the road.
9/26/2014 | Cobb, Rays talk length of games
Time of game is on the front burner for Major League Baseball to study as it has put together a committee to find ways to shorten game times. The Rays lead the Major Leagues in length of game, averaging 3 hours, 12 minutes and 40 seconds per game.
9/26/2014 | Rays chasing Tribe for strikeout mark
The Cleveland Indians struck out 12 in their 1-0 win Friday night over the Rays to set a Major League single-season strikeout record with 1,431. Tampa Bay sits behind them at 1,419.
9/26/2014 | Carrasco looks to finish strong, take series from Rays
After being eliminated from playoff contention, the Indians look to end their season strong with a series win behind Carlos Carrasco on Saturday night. Facing Carrasco will be Alex Colome, who will be pitching in just the eighth game of his Major League career.
9/26/2014 | Archer falls short in pitchers' duel with Kluber
The Rays had little at stake other than pride, but they continued to play hard, even if they did lose, 1-0, to a team whose postseason hopes were still alive on Friday night in Cleveland.
9/25/2014 | Rays routed by rookies in Red Sox lineup
Two Red Sox players hit their first home runs in the Rays' 11-1 loss to the Red Sox in Thursday night's rubber game of their three-game series at Fenway Park.
9/25/2014 | Overturned call ends second inning
Ben Zobrist singled in Ryan Hanigan, and Kevin Kiermaier went to third. Zobrist then tried to steal second and initially, was ruled safe on the head-first slide with David DeJesus at the plate.
9/25/2014 | Escobar has MRI on knee, no structural damage revealed
Rays shortstop Yunel Escobar flew home to the Tampa Bay area on Wednesday after injuring his left knee during the third inning of Tuesday's 6-2 win against the Red Sox at Fenway Park.
9/25/2014 | Casali likely done for year following concussion
Rookie catcher Curt Casali suffered a concussion and will likely miss the remainder of the season.
9/24/2014 | Casali takes two foul tips to mask, exits with concussion
Rays catcher Curt Casali had to leave Wednesday's 11-3 loss after taking two foul tips off his mask. According to the Rays, the rookie catcher suffered a concussion and will continue to be monitored in the coming days.
9/24/2014 | Maddon praises Myers' defense at Fenway
Wil Myers has been a standout on defense of late. During the last homestand the Rays' right fielder made a leaping catch at the wall then Tuesday night against the Red Sox, he made a diving catch and later a nice running catch that took him deep into the right-field corner.
9/24/2014 | Jennings, Escobar shut down for remainder of season
With five games to go, the Rays are limping home, literally. Center fielder Desmond Jennings did not make the trip due to left-knee soreness, so he won't be seen again this season. Shortstop Yunel Escobar and catcher Ryan Hanigan can now be added to the list.
9/24/2014 | Hellickson to face Webster in rubber game at Fenway
Jeremy Hellickson will try to close out an inconsistent season on a high note when he squares off against rookie Allen Webster and the Red Sox in Thursday's series finale at Fenway Park.
9/24/2014 | Odorizzi, bullpen unable to slow Red Sox
A losing season came to fruition for the Rays Wednesday night at Fenway Park. An 11-3 loss to the Red Sox issued the Rays their 82nd defeat of the season, insuring that the Rays will finish with their first losing season since 2007, snapping a six-year run of prosperity.
9/23/2014 | Escobar likely done for season with sprained left knee
Rays shortstop Yunel Escobar left Tuesday night's 6-2 victory over the Red Sox at Fenway Park with a left knee sprain he suffered while trying to score in the third inning. According to manager Joe Maddon, it's unlikely the shortstop will play again this season.
9/23/2014 | Rays erupt late, support Cobb's impressive outing
Alex Cobb didn't have his best stuff, the right-hander just had positive results Tuesday night, and the bats came alive in a five-run eighth inning to lead the Rays to a 6-2 win over the Red Sox at Fenway Park.
9/23/2014 | Rookies Ranaudo, Odorizzi meet in final '14 starts
Two rookies, Boston's Anthony Ranaudo and Tampa Bay's Jake Odorizzi, will take the mound for their last starts of the season Wednesday night when the Red Sox take on the Rays in the second game of a three-game series at Fenway Park.
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