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Sports Day Tampa Bay podcast: Rays swept by White Sox

The Rays get swept by the White Sox as the 2008 squad is celebrated at Tropicana Field for its 10th anniversary. Meanwhile, former Tampa Bay pitcher Chris Archer makes his Pirates debut and leaves to a standing ovation.Plus, the Bucs announ…

ST. PETERSBURG — Tyler Glasnow, the pitcher who came over to the Rays from the Pirates last week along with outfield prospect Austin Meadows in the Chris Archer trade, features a 97 mph heater that makes hitters sweat and a 12-to-6 curveball th…

ST. PETERSBURG — With 50 games left in the season, it makes sense that the Rays have won as many games as they’ve lost. One moment, they’re finishing off a sweep of the Angels. The next, they’re getting swept by the White Sox. One moment, they …

ST. PETERSBURG — Takeaways from the Rays’ 8-7 loss Sunday to the White Sox at Tropicana Field:1. When the Rays swept the Angels earlier last week, it was tempting to look at the standings and wonder whether they could catch the A’s fo…

ST. PETERSBURG — Nice of the White Sox to sync their rotation to the Rays’ celebration this weekend of the 2008 American League champions. James Shields (4-13, 4.56 ERA), the ace of that staff, will start against his former club in this afterno…

ST. PETERSBURG — The talking, analyzing, projecting, regretting, wondering and fantasizing has been going nonstop, and that’s just since the Rays completed the most active, hectic and impactful trade-deadline day in franchise history. And even …

ST. PETERSBURG — Getting All-Star LHP Blake Snell back on the mound and through his first outing since a bout of shoulder fatigue was the top goal Saturday for the Rays, and they felt good that he felt good, throwing four solid, albeit slightly…

Heard this several times in the clubhouse after the game, that as much as the White Sox pitchers deserve some credit for shutting them down, the Rays hitters are making things too tough on themselves by pressing and trying to do too much.If there was…

ST. PETERSBURG — “So many things happened that year,” B.J. Upton was saying, “it was tough to pinpoint one. … It was always something. That whole year. ”So many things did happen in that magical mystery tour of a 2008 season, as the Ray…

ST. PETERSBURG – The Rays aren’t going anywhere if they keep doing this.A throwing error by third baseman Matt Duffy allowed the decisive run to score in the ninth inning as the Rays lost a second straight to the White Sox, this time 2-1.The So…

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