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8/26/2015 | Rays lament missed chances with bases loaded

Opportunity came knocking for the Rays on Wednesday night, they just couldn't open the door. Those missed chances added up to a 5-3 loss to the Twins at Tropicana Field.

8/26/2015 | Jennings day to day with left knee bruise

Rays outfielder Desmond Jennings remained day to day on Wednesday after having to leave Tuesday night's 11-7 loss to the Twins with a left knee bruise.

8/26/2015 | Rays place Casali on DL, promote Arencibia

J.P. Arencibia arrived to Tropicana Field on Wednesday as the Rays selected the veteran catcher from Triple-A Durham to take the place of Curt Casali, who went on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring.

8/26/2015 | Twins beat Rays, take over 2nd Wild Card spot

Minnesota continued to roll on Wednesday night with a 5-3 win over Tampa Bay at Tropicana Field to claim its sixth consecutive victory and move into the top spot for the second American League Wild Card spot.

8/26/2015 | Smyly to take mound in series finale vs. Twins

Rays left-hander Drew Smyly, who missed more than three months with a torn labrum, looked much sharper in his second outing back from the injury, and is looking to build on that start when he takes the mound against the Twins in the series finale on Thursday night at Tropicana Field.

8/25/2015 | Rays weigh options with injuries to Jennings, Casali

You know it's not a good night when one of your hottest hitters goes down while rounding the bases after hitting a home run. But that's what happened to catcher Curt Casali during the Rays' 11-7 loss to the Twins on Tuesday night at Tropicana Field.

8/25/2015 | Best-case return for McGee is last homestand

Jake McGee underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on Friday to repair a meniscus tear in his left knee. When asked about the best-case scenario for his return, the hard-throwing left-hander told reporters: "Not really sure. I've heard here and there maybe the last homestand. I'm just going to try and take it day-to-day. Maybe start playing some catch next week. See how my strength is and kind of go from there."

8/25/2015 | Archer eyes encore as Rays face off vs. Twins

Twins rookie sensation Miguel Sano has been on a tear, but will face a stern test on Wednesday, as Rays ace Chris Archer is set to take the mound in the second game of the three-game set at Tropicana Field.

8/25/2015 | Twins' three homers top Rays in slugfest

A game between a pair of Wild Card contenders was, well, wild on Tuesday night as a heated offensive battle took place in an 11-7 Twins win over the Rays at Tropicana Field.

8/25/2015 | Loney suspended 1 game, makes appeal

James Loney received a one-game suspension on Tuesday for making contact with home-plate umpire Paul Nauert during an argument in Saturday's 5-4 victory over the A's. The Rays first baseman has chosen to appeal the suspension.

8/24/2015 | Casali showing much-needed power for Rays

"Good-hitting catcher" sounds like an oxymoron these days. Do such animals even exist? Curt Casali would like nothing better than to change that perception.

8/23/2015 | Quick hook on Odorizzi doesn't go Rays' way

Tough decisions resulted in a tough outcome in the Rays' 8-2 loss against the A's on Sunday.

8/23/2015 | A's find groove in 7-run 7th, surge past Rays

The A's scored seven runs in a mammoth seventh inning Sunday, running away with an 8-2, come-from-behind win over the Rays and avoiding a three-game sweep at the Coliseum.

8/23/2015 | Twins, Rays meet as Wild Card race heats up

With both teams looking to make a push for the final Wild Card spot in the American League, the Twins and Rays will begin a three-game set Tuesday night at Tropicana Field.

8/23/2015 | Rays await word on possible Loney suspension

A day after James Loney was ejected for arguing a called strike three, manager Kevin Cash is waiting whether Major League Baseball's will further dicsipline Loney.

8/23/2015 | Rays rally in 9th for first time in 50 tries

The Rays have played tied for the most games in the Majors decided by two runs or fewer, so Saturday's 5-4 win over the A's was nothing new to them in one sense.

8/22/2015 | Loney tossed after arguing strike, bumps ump

James Loney was ejected in the sixth inning of Saturday's game against the A's for arguing a called strike three.

8/22/2015 | Cabrera homers, delivers big hit in 9th to sink A's

Asdrubal Cabrera homered and drove in the winning runs of a 5-4 Rays victory over the A's with a two-run double in the ninth inning at the Coliseum on Saturday evening.

8/22/2015 | Odorizzi aims to lead Rays to sweep of A's

Sunday's series finale between the A's and Rays at the Coliseum features two starting pitchers trending in opposite directions.

8/22/2015 | Rays win key battles to get back to .500 mark

Twice in their 2-1 win over the A's on Friday, the Rays nearly blew the lead. But in both the sixth and ninth innings, they did just enough to fend Oakland off.

8/21/2015 | Smyly stymies A's to earn first win in '15

Desmond Jennings homered, and the Rays beat the A's, 2-1, in Friday's three-game series opener at the Coliseum behind lefty Drew Smyly, who tossed 5 2/3 innings.

8/21/2015 | Ramirez aims to solve A's in duel with Gray

Erasmo Ramirez isn't sure what it is about the A's. He doesn't know why he's 0-6 with a 5.26 ERA in eight appearances (seven starts) against them.

8/21/2015 | McGee has surgery to repair torn meniscus

Rays' left-hander Jake McGee had successful arthroscopic surgery Friday to repair a meniscus tear in his left knee, and manager Kevin Cash said he's hopeful McGee will return sometime toward the end of the regular season.

8/21/2015 | Stats of the Day: Archer makes Rays history

Rays right-hander Chris Archer twirled a one-hit shutout with 11 strikeouts and one walk in a 1-0 win over the Astros, producing a game score of 95 with his effort -- the highest such score in Rays history.

8/21/2015 | Often good, Archer shows his greatness

There was a point in the fourth or fifth inning when there was little doubt where this one was headed. Rays ace Chris Archer wasn't just good. He has been good plenty of times. He's usually good. That's why he's one of those guys that prompts baseball fans to stop channel surfing and check him out.

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