Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association reached a deal on Thursday addressing many questions facing baseball in the wake of the COVID-19 shutdown, including how a shortened (or perhaps a canceled) 2020 season.
After sweeping the Seattle Mariners for the first time since 2012, three games to none, the Tampa Bay Rays make their way to San Diego, where they are set to begin a three-game Interleague series on Monday.
Following a season-worst 10-9, 12-inning loss on Saturday, the Tampa Bay Rays look to bounce back in the rubber match on Sunday and take the series from the Blue Jays.
After an 8-4, extra-inning loss on Independence Day, the Tampa Bay Rays will try and figure out a way to overcome the Yankees on Friday night.
On the heels of the three-game set against the Athletics, the Tampa Bay Rays continue their homestand on Thursday evening, when they open a four-game series against the Los Angeles Angels.