Tag "Tampa Bay Rays"

What Have You Done For Me Lately?

How did 2017’s Class A Advanced Most Valuable Player’s perform in their 2018 campaign? In this week’s installment of ‘What Have You Done For Me Lately’ I’ll take a look.

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What is Eovaldi’s Future in Boston?

The deal for Nathan Eovaldi is one of the best Red Sox trades this season. Eovaldi will be a free agent after the postseason ends, but should the Red Sox try to keep him in the starting rotation? The 28-year-old

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Leandre: Cora Shouldn’t Win Manager of the Year

The Red Sox have undergone a historic 2018 campaign in Alex Cora’s first year at the helm of the squad. However, even with his team sitting at 90 wins, and running away with the American League East, there are certainly

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Pittsburgh Pirates – Plight or Prosperity? Post-Deadline Performance Evaluation

The Pittsburgh Pirates made waves at the trade deadline by acquiring two big-name pitchers, so how has it gone so far? The Pirates’ notoriously fickle front office decided to surprise fans at the MLB trade deadline by acquiring former Texas Rangers relief pitcher Keone Kela and former Tampa Bay Rays starter Chris Archer. Both names rang well in the ears of the Pittsburgh faithful, but the fans wanted top-tier work to match the expectations of the names alone. With the Pirates fighting to get back into the playoff picture, Archer and Kela are under a microscope.

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Eovaldi Shines in First Start for Red Sox

In his first start in a Red Sox uniform, Nathan Eovaldi meant business. The right-hander with a high-90’s fastball and great movement on his cutter and slider shut down the Twins’ offense to earn the Red Sox their only shutout

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Bruins, Red Sox, Rays, and Panthers Partner Together for Hurricane Irma Relief

In the wake of a horrible natural disaster or event, it is easy to see the bad in the world. Despite how negative things may seem, there are always people who want to help. That was the case for the

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Red Sox Snap Two-Game Losing Streak

The Boston Red Sox put a halt to back-to-back loses with an 8-3 win over the Tampa Bay Rays Friday night. Drew Pomeranz improved to 9-4 on the campaign by hurling 6.0 innings of six-hit, two-run ball, while striking out

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Saleing to Victory; Red Sox Top Rays 6-3

The Boston Red Sox defeated the Tampa Bay Rays 6-3 behind another stellar performance by lanky left-hander Chris Sale who struck out double-digits for his seventh straight start. The Red Sox have won Sale’s last three nods along with five

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