After clubbing three home runs on Friday, en route to a 7-3 win over Boston, the Tampa Bay Rays can move into first place in the division with a win this afternoon.
After an ugly 6-1 loss to the Baltimore Orioles — yes, the Orioles — on Monday, the Tampa Bay Rays look to get back on the winning side of the ledger, and even up the three series, tonight.
After getting off the schneid and snapping a seven-game skid on Wednesday, the Tampa Bay Rays will go for their first series win in three tries tonight at Tropicana Field.
After winning four of five games on their most recent homestand, including a weekend sweep of the Phillies, the Tampa Bay Rays will start a four-game set against the New York Yankees on Memorial Day in the Bronx. The Yankees are coming off a sweep of their own, albeit a sweep by the Tigers.
On Wednesday, the Tampa Bay Rays announced that they re-signed catcher Mike Zunino to a one-year, $3-Million deal which includes an option for the 2022 season.