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  • Marlins’ Fernandez, Rays’ Myers Win MLB’s Rookie of Year Awards

    Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez became the third native of Cuba voted as Major League Baseball’s rookie of the year, taking the National League award over fellow Cuban Yasiel Puig of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

  • Dodgers Oust Braves as Cardinals Force Decider, Rays Avoid Sweep

    Juan Uribe’s two-run homer in the eighth inning sent the Los Angeles Dodgers to the National League Championship Series with a 4-3 victory that eliminated the Atlanta Braves from the Major League Baseball playoffs.

  • Tampa Rays’ Longoria Signs $100 Million Extension Through 2022

    Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria signed a six-year, $100 million contract extension that runs through the 2022 Major League Baseball season.

  • Rays Defeat Rangers 5-2 to Set Up Wild-Card Meeting With Indians

    David Price pitched a complete game as the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Texas Rangers 5-2 to claim the American League’s second wild-card spot.

  • Tampa Bay Beats Boston Red Sox 5-4 to Stay Alive in AL Playoffs

    Jose Lobaton hit a game-ending home run with two outs in the ninth inning and the Tampa Bay Rays rallied from three runs down to defeat the Boston Red Sox 5-4 and stay alive in their American League division playoff series.

  • Yankees Miss Playoffs for Second Time in Girardi’s Tenure

    The New York Yankees were eliminated last night from postseason contention, marking the second time manager Joe Girardi’s club missed the playoffs in his five years in charge.

  • Rays Top Yankees 4-2 to Share AL East First Place With Red Sox

    Evan Longoria and Ben Zobrist each drove in two runs to lead the Tampa Bay Rays to a 4-2 victory over the New York Yankees in a Major League Baseball game.

  • Rays Hit Five Solo Home Runs Off Yankees’ Sabathia Who Loses Two in Row

    Rays Hit 5 Solo HRs Off Sabathia, Price Dominant in Rays’ 5-1 Win Over Yankees By Associated Press Aug. 12 (Washington Post) -- NEW YORK — Be certain, Joe Maddon was impressed with all the homers the Rays hit. David Price and a few big plays in the field, though, is what really got him excited. Johnny Damon, Casey Kotchman and Kelly Shoppach all connected in the third inning for three of Tampa Bay's five solo home runs against CC Sabathia, and Price again came out on top in a matchup of these elite lefties, lifting the Rays over the New York Yankees 5-1 Friday night. "You talk about the homers, but the pitching and defense were spectacular," the Rays manager said. With a full moon looming over the famed Yankee Stadium frieze in right field, light-hitting Elliot Johnson and Evan Longoria also homered — the 100th of his career — in Tampa Bay's fifth straight win. The five homers were the most Sabathia (16-7) has allowed in

  • Rays Beat Yankees 7-2 to End New York’s Five-Game MLB Win Streak

    Jose Lobaton hit a homer and drove in four runs as the Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Yankees 7-2 to end New York’s five-game Major League Baseball winning streak.

  • Tough Guys Have an Invitation to Take a Ride: Scott Soshnick

    Professional athletes have said some stupid things. Like former NBA player Latrell Sprewell , who riffed on struggling to feed his family while being paid more than $14 million.

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