The Rays look to finish off the Twins, and take the 2016 Knutson Cup, after clinching their first winning homestand of the season last night.
The Tampa Bay Rays will play game two of three against the Minnesota Twins, after dropping the first game of the series Friday night, 6-2.
The Rays are set to open a four-game series against the Royals in the midst of trade rumors that threaten to tear the band apart (to an extent).
The Rays’ inconsistent play — paired with the inability to string together wins — has put Silverman in the unenviable position to deal away players we’ve grown to know well.
The Tampa Bay Rays ready themselves for a two-game road set against Howie Kendrick — the Ray killer who boasts a 16-game hitting streak — and the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday.