Rays starting pitcher Ryan Yarbrough throws during the third inning against the Yankees on Monday in New York. The Rays won 4-0.
Ryan Yarbrough gets his first win of the season and has an eventful night on defense as Tampa Bay comes out on top.
Notes | Stevie Rasmussen, who is eight months pregnant, later told her husband that he “was going to send her into labor.”
A leadoff double in the ninth ends his bid at perfection, but the Rays beat the Orioles to win the season series and earn a potentially vital postseason tiebreaker.
Notes | His three-run homer is his 15th long ball against them in 37 career games to go along with 38 RBIs and a .372 average.


  1. Rays starting pitcher Ryan Yarbrough throws during the third inning against the Yankees on Monday in New York. The Rays won 4-0.
  2. Rays starting pitcher Drew Rasmussen fist bumps a teammate in the dugout after a pitching change in the ninth inning Sunday against the Orioles.
  3. The Rays open a three-game series at Yankee Stadium starting tonight.
  4. Randy Arozarena flips his bat and eyeballs the Rays dugout after hitting a three-run homer in the third inning Sunday.
  5. Rays starter Drew Rasmussen waves to the fans after leaving the game in the ninth inning Sunday against the Orioles.
  6. Rays starting pitcher Shane McClanahan picks up his first win since the All-Star break with the 8-2 victory over the Orioles on Saturday.
  7. Injured Rays centerfielder Kevin Kiermaier, on crutches after left hip surgery, talks with head athletic trainer Joe Benge and manager Kevin Cash before Saturday's game.
  8. Randy Arozarena has been caught stealing more than any other Ray this season, including trying to swipe second base here against the Yankees on May 27.
  9. The Rays have missed Manuel Margot, second from right, who has been out since late June with a patellar tendon strain.
  10. Those no-doubt, bat-flip home runs have been harder to come by for the Rays and Randy Arozarena in 2022. Tampa Bay is on pace to hit 146 homers after hitting 222 last season.
  11. The Rays' Shane McClanahan is 4-0 with a 2.36 ERA in nine starts against the Orioles.
  12. The Rays' Yandy Diaz quickly runs back to first base after he hits a single during the sixth inning on Friday night. That was pretty much the only inning the Rays has success against the Orioles, who won 10-3.
  13. Even though the Orioles series this weekend may have playoff implications down the road, Ryan Thompson says: "We’re not looking at this series as anything bigger than any other series and we’re just going to attack it and try to get every win we can.”
  14. Brett Phillips brought boundless energy to the Rays' dugout and was a definite fan favorite. He'll be back at the Trop this weekend with his new team.
  15. A view of Tropicana Field with St. Petersburg and Tampa Bay in the background.
  16. Rays shortstop Wander Franco, who broke the right hamate bone on a swing July 9, may take batting practice Friday.
  17. The Brewers' Willy Adames, center, reacts after his game-winning single against the Rays during the 10th inning Wednesday in Milwaukee. The Brewers won 4-3.
  18. The Rays' David Peralta will be in the leadoff spot for today's afternoon game in Milwaukee.
  19. The Brewers' Luis Urias tags out the Rays' Jose Siri at third base during the seventh inning Tuesday in Milwaukee. Siri was trying to stretch a double into a triple.
  20. Manager Kevin Cash said the Rays are "very happy with where" Manuel Margot is in terms of his rehab.
  21. Pete Rose salutes the fans on Sunday during a gathering of Philadelphia Phillies alumni at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, but he made headlines for all the wrong reasons again.
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