In his second start back from Tommy John surgery, Rays starting pitcher Tyler Glasnow works into the fourth inning Monday against the Red Sox.
The loss gets Tampa Bay closer to a date with Cleveland in this weekend’s Wild Card Series.
Notes | Versatility at the plate and in the field, plus speed on bases, make him an appealing option.
Cleveland seems the most likely destination as Tampa Bay sits third in the wild-card field.
Notes | An unexpected call-up from Triple-A leads to an amazing experience for the 24-year-old pitcher.


  1. Vidal Brujan "can play all over the place,” manager Kevin Cash says, which makes him an intriguing potential postseason add.
  2. In his second start back from Tommy John surgery, Rays starting pitcher Tyler Glasnow works into the fourth inning Monday against the Red Sox.
  3. The Rays on Monday brought up infielder/outfielder Vidal Brujan, who could receive postseason consideration.
  4. Rays relief pitcher Easton McGee delivers during the sixth inning of his MLB debut, Sunday against the Astros.
  5. Rays starting pitcher Corey Kluber delivers during the first inning of Sunday's game against the Astros in Houston.
  6. The Rays turn to Corey Kluber for the start today against the Astros.
  7. Rays starting pitcher Shane McClanahan gets through a solid five innings against the Astros on Saturday night.
  8. Rays starting pitcher Shane McClanahan is hoping for a better outing tonight against the Astros.
  9. The Rays' David Peralta on reaching 1,000 hits in the majors: "It’s unbelievable. It’s hard, not in a bad way, to process because I’m still shocked that it happened.”
  10. Rays infielder Jonathan Aranda and teammates celebrate defeating the the Houston Astros on Friday and clinching a playoff spot.
  11. There's no doubt Shane McClanahan enjoyed a better first half to the season, but even with the second-half struggles, who else would be the team MVP?
  12. Jose Siri celebrates in the clubhouse after the Rays clinched a playoff berth with a 7-3 victory over the Astros Friday in Houston.
  13. Damage from Hurricane Ian to the Rays' complex at Charlotte Sports Park in Port Charlotte was widespread. “I heard it got beat up pretty good,” manager Kevin Cash said.
  14. Harold Ramirez gives himself a champagne shower in the Minute Maid Park clubhouse Friday night after the Rays beat the Astros 7-3 to clinch a postseason berth for the fourth consecutive season.
  15. Yandy Diaz is slated to hit leadoff and serve as the designated hitter for the Rays tonight as they again try to clinch a spot in the postseason.
  16. The Rays on Thursday called up right-handed pitcher Easton McGee, a 2016 fourth-round pick who has had a solid season at Triple-A Durham, to add a fresh arm to the bullpen. [MARC TOPKIN | Times]
  17. Rays starting pitcher Jeffrey Springs delivers a pitch during the first inning of Thursday's game against the Guardians in Cleveland.
  18. Damage caused by Hurricane Ian outside Charlotte Sports Park, home of the Rays' spring training complex, Thursday in Port Charlotte.
  19. Rays starter Jeffrey Springs gets the nod on the mound tonight as the Rays wrap up a series with Cleveland.
  20. A pitch clock is deployed to restrict pitcher preparation times during a minor league baseball game between the Brooklyn Cyclones and Greensboro Grasshoppers in July.
  21. Rays manager Kevin Cash discusses a call with home plate umpire Ryan Additon during the fourth inning Wednesday against the Guardians.
  22. In his return from Tommy John surgery, Tyler Glasnow throws three innings in Cleveland.
Today's Featured Advertisers
Want more than just the box score?

Want more than just the box score?

Subscribe to our free Rays Report newsletter

Columnist John Romano will send the latest Rays insights and analysis to keep you updated weekly during the season.

You’re all signed up!

Want more of our free, weekly newsletters in your inbox? Let’s get started.

Explore all your options

This site no longer supports your current browser. Please use a modern and up-to-date browser version for the best experience.

Chrome Firefox Safari Edge