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80-82, 4th in AL East

Rays drop in Power Rankings

Despite winning five of its last six games and avoiding the cellar of the AL East, Tampa Bay fell a spot in our rankings. Where is the team slotted to end the year? Find out here

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Hank Aaron Award finalists: AL East

The Hank Aaron Award is given annually to a player recognized as the most outstanding offensive performer in his league. Here are the nominees for each AL East team:

  • Baltimore Orioles: Chris Davis
  • Boston Red Sox: David Ortiz
  • New York Yankees: Brian McCann
  • Tampa Bay Rays: Logan Forsythe
  • Toronto Blue Jays: Josh Donaldson

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Warmup stretch gone awry

There's no shortage of bizarre injuries on this list, but Kevin Kiermaier injured his eye while stretching his legs. If you're scratching your head like we are, read how it happened. Injuries of the year


Buerhle, Blue Jays hit hard in 12-3 loss to Rays

Mark Buehrle failed to become the fifth major leaguer to pitch 200 innings or more in 15 consecutive seasons, and the AL East champion Toronto Blue Jays missed out on home-field advantage through

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Have we been unfair to Steven Souza?

Souza is a textbook example of a young player who fell victim to the hype train. But even a disappointing Souza is mostly average, so why are fans in Tampa still so bitter? Rookie surprises, disappointments (Insider)

Shift of dominance in AL East? (0:48)

Rays rally in 9th to beat Blue Jays 4-3

Tim Beckham had a two-run single with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning and the Tampa Bay Rays rallied to beat the AL East champion Toronto Blue Jays 4-3 on Saturday night.

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What's next for the #Rays :

Where are the rays ranked this week?

Tampa Bay will start its final homestand of the season against Miami on Tuesday. See where the Rays landed in our final-week rankings: Power Rankings


Bautista homers twice, Jays beat Rays 10-8

Jose Bautista hit two home runs, David Price won for the ninth time in 11 starts with Toronto and the playoff-bound Blue Jays beat the Tampa Bay Rays 10-8 on Saturday.


Archer's birthday start goes all wrong

Two things happened today for Rays SP Chris Archer: He turned 27, and he had one of the worst birthday starts in MLB history. He's the first pitcher (starter or reliever) to allow nine earned runs on his birthday since the White Sox's Hollis "Sloppy" Thurston did it in 1925.


Archer struggles mightily vs. Toronto

Rays SP Chris Archer, one of the breakout stars of 2015, lasted less than four innings today, allowing nine runs and a whopping 15 hits plus walks. The Blue Jays lead 9-5 after four. Follow live


Dickey earns 100th win as Blue Jays beat Rays 5-3

R.A. Dickey pitched seven innings to earn his 100th career win, Josh Donaldson hit his 40th home run and the Toronto Blue Jays moved closer to clinching their first playoff berth in 22 years with

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Rapid Reaction: Rays 4, Red Sox 2

On the day they announced Mike Hazen as their new general manager, the Boston Red Sox took another step toward finishing last again in the AL East.

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Steven Souza Jr. owns up to poor play

You probably yell, curse or boo when the Rays outfielder is up to bat. He has no problem taking accountability for that. See what the 26-year-old said about his disastrous rookie season in Tampa Bay. MLB rumors roundup

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25213th
On Base Percentage.31418th
Slugging Percentage.40614th
Earned Run Average3.7411th
Quality Starts68Tied-26th

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