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Cubs win 2-1 in Maddon's return to Trop, extend streak to 7

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Mike Montgomery took a no-hit bid into the sixth inning, Kyle Schwarber hit his 28th home run and the Chicago Cubs extended their winning streak to a season-high seven by beating the Tampa Bay Rays 2-1 in manager Joe Maddon's return to Tropicana Field        

Red Sox beat Rays with 7 runs in 15th

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Xander Bogaerts had two hits in the 15th inning and the Boston Red Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 13-6 in a game that last 6 hours and 5 minutes        

Marlins will play their next ‘home’ series at Miller Park in Milwaukee

The Brewers will host while Miami continues to recover from Irma. Unlike the Tampa Bay Rays, who needed to make a decision on whether games were playable in Florida right away in the wake of Hurricane Irma, the Marlins had a bit more...Show More Summary

MLB notes: Rays-Yankees series moved to New York's Citi Field

The Tampa Bay Rays, who opened their stadium to the Astros and Rangers after Hurricane Harvey, will now be the guests of the New York Mets. Major League Baseball announced that Citi Field will host what was supposed to be a Yankees at Rays series that starts Monday. “Wherever we need to play,...

Rays' Steven Souza Jr. leaves game after colliding with wall

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Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Steven Souza Jr. left a game after colliding with the right-field wall at Fenway Park        

Hurricane Irma forces Yankees-Rays series to Citi Field

Next week’s showdown between New York and Tampa Bay will happen in New York’s other MLB stadium. Hurricane Irma is both literally and figuratively on the radar for the Rays, and they aren’t going to wait until the last minute to reschedule their upcoming series with the Yankees. Show More Summary

MLB politely declines Montreal’s offer to host relocated games due to Irma

A person with knowledge of the city’s offer said that Montreal made an offer to host the upcoming three-game series between the New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays.

Royals end scoreless drought at 45 innings, beat Rays 6-2

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Whit Merrifield, Jorge Bonifacio and Eric Hosmer homered as the Kansas City Royals snapped a 45-inning scoreless streak on the way to a 6-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays        

Rays to donate revenue from Rangers-Astros series to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

3 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

The Tampa Bay Rays are opening their doors to the Astros in wake of the flooding Hurricane Harvey has caused in Houston.        

MLB moving Rangers-Astros series to Tropicana Field due to Hurricane Harvey

3 weeks agoNews : USAToday: News

The Astros will play the Texas Rangers at Tropicana Field, the home of the Tampa Bay Rays, due to Hurricane Harvey.        

Morrison's 10th-inning homer leads Rays past Cardinals 3-2

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Logan Morrison hit his second homer of the game in the 10th inning to lead the Tampa Bay Rays past the St. Louis Cardinals 3-2 on Sunday        

Dickerson gets 4 hits as Rays beat Cardinals 7-3

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Corey Dickerson gets 4 hits as Tampa Bay Rays beat St. Louis Cardinals 7-3        

Manfred says Tampa Bay must pick up pace on new stadium

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Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred wants Tampa Bay to work a little quicker on getting the Rays a new ballpark        

Sportsnet Blue Jays reporter Hazel Mae got destroyed by an errant Gatorade bath

The Toronto Blue Jays beat the Tampa Bay Rays 5-3 on Thursday thanks to a go-ahead home run by first baseman Justin Smoak in the eighth inning. If you were watching the game’s broadcast on Sportsnet, however, you might have thought that reporter Hazel Mae, not Smoak, was the game’s hero. Show More Summary

College football’s St. Pete Bowl reportedly now the BAD BOY MOWERS GASPARILLA BOWL

Get ready for the greatest show on turf. You know the St. Petersburg Bowl. It’s the college football bowl game played every year at the Tampa Bay Rays stadium on turf that looks like it came from the Upside Down in Stranger Things. It’s always a stirring time. Show More Summary

Tony Dungy and Tampa Bay Rays, Buccaneers, and Lightning are donating to help cover the cost of relocating Confederate statue

Tony Dungy and the sports franchises of Tampa Bay are all chipping in to help pay for the relocation of a Confederate statue that currently sits outside a local county courthouse. The Buccaneers offensive line pranked their rookie teammates...Show More Summary

Tampa Bay Sports Teams Pledge To Fund Removal Of Confederate Statue

The Tampa Bay Rays, Buccaneers, and Lightning donated money to remove the statue.

Buccaneers, Rays, Lightning help efforts to relocate Confederate monument from Tampa

“We must stand united and committed to diversity and inclusion.” The Tampa Bay Buccaneers joined the NHL’s Lightning and MLB’s Rays to contribute to an effort Thursday that will relocate a Confederate monument from downtown Tampa. After a white supremacy rally in Charlottesville, Va. Show More Summary

Tampa Bay Rays, Buccaneers, Lightning donate funds to remove Confederate statue

Tampa's three major sports teams, and former Bucs coach Tony Dungy, are donating funds in an effort to remove Confederate statue in downtown Tampa.        

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