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Today’s Rays lineup against Angels lefty Patrick Sandoval:
Brett Phillips: “It's like waking up on Christmas morning as a kid and seeing all the presents, [or] your birthday. All the exciting things that you can imagine when you score a lot of runs like that." @TheDanGuerrero on a big day for the Rays lineup:
Updates on two rehabbing Rays... -Nick Anderson (elbow) threw his second bullpen session, said he felt good and hopes to return in August. -Brendan McKay (shoulder) threw a bullpen. Next is a two-inning/30-pitch outing in Port Charlotte, then he'll build up to about 90 pitches.
Fleming isn’t expected to miss much time and said he’d try to pitch through the injury if it was September. Worth noting that, with two off-days next week, the Rays don’t necessarily need to fill his spot in the rotation if he only misses the minimum 10 days.
Today’s Rays lineup, with Shane McClanahan on the mound and Alex Cobb starting for the Angels:
Rays put Josh Fleming (right calf strain) on the 10-day IL and recalled Louis Head from Triple-A Durham.
"Great memories," Joe Maddon. The former Rays manager spoke fondly of his warm welcome back to Tampa Bay. #RaysUp #MLB
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Tonight’s Rays lineup. Andrew Kittredge is the opener, with Josh Fleming expected to work the bulk of the innings.
MLB and the MLBPA announce the latest COVID-19 testing results and vaccination figures:
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Glasnow also shared some characteristically candid thoughts on his rehab, being labeled a "cheater," sticky stuff enforcement, Wander Franco's debut and using Tinder when traveling alone in Europe. So, all the usual stuff. Full episode via @RoseRotation:
During his latest @RoseRotation appearance, Tyler Glasnow says he's "pretty optimistic about being able to come back sooner than later. ... How my arm feels and the 60-day (IL), I'll probably be back before the playoffs and then be able to play into the playoffs."…
“Odd way to win a ballgame, but we’ll take it." No-hit into the eighth inning last night, the Rays wound up celebrating after a walk-off wild pitch:
RAYS WIN! Manuel Margot with incredible base running helps the @RaysBaseball win the series against the Red Sox! #RaysUp
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The Rays are 45-31, back in first place in the AL East.
Manuel Margot scores on a wild pitch and the Rays walk off with a 1-0 win over the Red Sox.
Pivetta is the first Red Sox starter to be lifted in the middle of a no-hitter (with at least 5 innings in the books) since Ernie Shore was lifted after 5 no-hit innings on 10/2/1916.…
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A 94.7 MPH dart to keep it a scoreless game. 🎯5
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What a throw by Kevin Kiermaier to nail Hunter Renfroe at the plate. Red Sox challenged the call, but it's upheld.
Rays are hitless through six innings against Red Sox starter Nick Pivetta. Wander Franco, with three strikeouts in a game for the first time in his professional career, slams his bat in frustration.
Tonight’s Rays lineup, with Michael Wacha on the mound.
The Rays traded INF/OF Wyatt Mathisen to the Mariners for cash considerations. Mathisen was designated for assignment Tuesday to make room for Wander Franco on the 40-man roster.
The Rays placed Taylor Walls on the 10-day IL, retroactive to June 23, due to right wrist tendinitis. Reliever Drew Rasmussen was recalled from Triple-A Durham.
New Rays lineup tonight… Taylor Walls is sitting out with a sore right wrist, Kevin Cash said. Brandon Lowe 2B Ji-Man Choi 1B Wander Franco SS Austin Meadows DH Randy Arozarena LF Joey Wendle 3B Manuel Margot RF Brett Phillips CF Mike Zunino C Rich Hill LHP
Wander Franco to @JesseSanchezMLB, on why he and his brothers share a name: "My father wanted one of us to follow in his footsteps. ... He never made it to the big leagues, but he wanted us to take the same road and represent the family with the same name as his.” What a moment.…
If you missed it, please note the greetings from Wander Franco’s teammates upon his return to the dugout. They love him already—(suppose a game tying 3 run HR helps 😉)M
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At 20 years & 113 days old today, Wander Franco is the 8th-youngest player to homer in his MLB debut since at least 1901 Only younger: Jurickson Profar Starlin Castro Miguel Cabrera Clint Hurdle Denny McLain Ted Tappe Whitey Lockman
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Oh, wow. Wander Franco's first MLB hit is a game-tying three-run homer. He gets a curtain call from a very loud crowd at the Trop.
The Trop erupts as Wander Franco comes to the plate for his 1st big-league at bat! 🌋🙌🌋#RaysUpy#MLB#on6K
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After getting a nice ovation as he stepped up to the plate, Wander Franco worked a walk in his first MLB plate appearance.
Almost time 👀 Watch Wander Franco's debut FREE on#MLBTVV ➡
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Wander Franco will bat second and play third base in his MLB debut tonight.
Rays officially select Wander Franco’s contract from Triple-A Durham, adding him to their 40-man roster. Wyatt Mathisen was designated for assignment to make room.
"I feel like I was born to hit. It’s something God gave me." -- Wander Franco
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Would you like to read about Wander Franco? Folks, we have a lot of things you can read about Wander Franco. Start with the news story on @MLBPipeline's top prospect joining the Rays, coming off six straight losses, to begin a big series vs. the Red Sox:
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Good morning and happy Wander Day to all who celebrate. Here’s a story from me and @JesseSanchezMLB on why Wander Franco is ready for his moment: “I feel like I was born to hit.”…
Finally (for now), this is a fun Q&A with @JesseSanchezMLB, in which Wander Franco explains his nickname, talks about why he wears No. 5 and reveals himself as a man of excellent taste:
Here, we took a look at some of the Rays' most highly anticipated big league debuts (before this one): And this is where the 20-year-old will rank among the youngest players in franchise history at the time of his debut:
For those unfamiliar, @SamDykstraMiLB takes a look at what you can expect from Wander Franco in the big leagues: And here's a one-stop rundown with everything you need to know before he takes the field at the Trop:
Here's more about the background of baseball's best prospect: Watch how Wander found out he was getting the call and told his teammates, "Man, I'm so happy right now." These moments never get old:
Would you like to read about Wander Franco? Folks, we have a lot of things you can read about Wander Franco. Start with the news story on @MLBPipeline's top prospect joining the Rays, coming off six straight losses, to begin a big series vs. the Red Sox:
Andrew Kittredge will be the Rays' opener tomorrow night against the Red Sox. Ryan Yarbrough is expected to work the bulk of the innings.
“It’s a pretty special moment for somebody in this room…” The moment Wander & his teammates were told he was going to The Show by our manager Brady Williams. Congrats, Wander!
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Rays make it official: They expect to call up Wander Franco on Tuesday. RHP Drew Rasmussen was optioned to Triple-A Durham, and the team will announce a move on Tuesday to make room for Franco on the 40-man roster. Franco will wear No. 5.
Source confirms what @TBTimes_Rays just reported: Top prospect Wander Franco has been told he will be promoted to join the Rays on Tuesday.
The Rays put Collin McHugh on the COVID-19 Related IL and recalled Chris Mazza from Triple-A Durham.
Tonight’s Rays lineup, with Brosseau back and Shane McClanahan on the mound:
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