Tag Archives: Tampa Bay Rays

Voice of the @Phillies- Missy Perez

Missy Perez waited for the cue to post a photo on Friday, March 1, 2019. Not just any photo, but an official announcement from the Philadelphia Phillies signing one of the biggest name players in organization history, Bryce Harper. “It was a frenzy, it was huge,” Perez said. Now, just …

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Rays quiet until the 7th, but end game in a tie

It was 65 degrees at CoolToday Park in North Port, Fl, when the Atlanta Braves hosted the split-squad Tampa Bay Rays. These two organizations coexist nearly 15 miles from each other, but both were anxious for a victory Saturday afternoon. Strong pitching display Mike Foltynewics took the mound for the …

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Twins rally to walk it off against Rays

The Minnesota Twins didn’t have a lead the entire game Friday afternoon against the Tampa Bay Rays, but that didn’t stop them from winning in dramatic fashion in the bottom of the ninth. Losing 3-2 and down to the last out of the game, Matt Wallner crushed a three-run walk-off …

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Kevin Cash’s Spring Training Round-up

Kevin Cash took the Tampa Bay Rays back into the post-season last year. Prior to the 2019 World Series bid, the Rays had not been in the playoffs since 2013. Now coming into an entirely new season, Cash is excited for what he has seen from certain players all throughout …

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Kevin Cash & Derek Shelton: a new rivalry

On Thursday, March 4, two former colleagues faced off against each other for the first time both as managers. Tampa Bay Rays skipper Kevin Cash went up against the Pittsburgh Pirates manager Derek Shelton, who was formerly the hitting coach for the Rays until his 2016 departure. Former boss turned …

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Rays Tie Orioles in Back-and-Forth Game

It’s Spring Training, so we’ll never know who would’ve won the extra-inning marathon. Saying it’s Spring Training doesn’t make the result feel less weird to report either. After each team had the lead at least once, the Tampa Bays Rays tied the Baltimore Orioles 3-3. Both teams have had solid …

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Rays’ Kiermaier Now Face of Franchise

“The best ability is availability.” This is the mentality Rays outfielder Kevin Kiermaier has going into the 2018 season. After missing time the last two seasons due to injury, Kiermaier is focusing on being able to stay on the field and contribute to his team for all 162 games. Kiermaier …

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The Costanza Legacy

George Costanza might have never actually worked for the Yankees, but Vinny Costanza is carrying on the Costanza legacy well. The 99-year-old has worked as an usher for 15 spring training seasons with the Yankees organization. “People kid me because George Costanza is supposed to work for the Yankees, but …

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