— Jordan Montgomery stopped an eight-start winless streak, Aaron Judge singled in his return from COVID-19 and the New York Yankees beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 on Tuesday night.
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Jake Reed, a 28-year-old reliever, was claimed off waivers by the Rays from the Dodgers on Sunday, while his wife, Janie, was at the Olympics, preparing for the softball gold-medal game with Team USA.
— The Indians showed the Rays they can mount a comeback, too.
Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona missed his second straight game Sunday with a head cold, but has also received a negative COVID-19 test.
— Austin Meadows hit a pair of two-run homers, Ji-Man Choi had three RBI and the Tampa Bay Rays beat Cleveland 8-2 on Saturday night, extending their winning streak over the Indians to 11 games.
Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona wasn't in the dugout Saturday night for Cleveland's game against Tampa Bay because of a lingering head cold.
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— Nelson Cruz hit a solo homer in his Tampa Bay debut and Joey Wendle delivered the go-ahead single in a six-run ninth inning as the Rays beat the Cleveland Indians 10-5 Friday night.
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The New York Mets acquired left-handed starting pitcher Rich Hill from the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday.
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The New York Mets are finalizing a deal to acquire starter Rich Hill from the Tampa Bay Rays, sources tell ESPN. @ByRobertMurray was on the news. Reliever Tommy Hunter and AA catcher Matt Dyer are headed back to the Rays, sources confirm to ESPN. @Joelsherman1 had the return.
— No deficit scares these rallying Rays.
The Tampa Bay Rays acquired slugger Nelson Cruz from the Minnesota Twins on Thursday in a four-player trade.
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The Tampa Bay Rays are finalizing a deal to acquire slugger Nelson Cruz from the Minnesota Twins, sources tell ESPN.
— Austin Meadows hit a two-out, two-run single in the ninth inning and the Tampa Bay Rays rallied past the Baltimore Orioles 5-4 on Wednesday.
— Francisco Mejía had a homer and five RBI, Randy Arozarena also homered and the Tampa Bay Rays spoiled John Means’ return from a left shoulder strain, beating the Baltimore Orioles 9-3 Tuesday night.
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In a historic first, a Major League Baseball game featured an all-women broadcast crew when the Orioles and Rays played Tuesday in Florida as part of the MLB Game of the Week on YouTube.
— Rookie right-hander Spenser Watkins gave up one run in six innings as the Baltimore Orioles tied a season high with their third consecutive win, 6-1 over the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday night.
— Tampa Bay is making the most of its knack for comebacks to stay close in the AL East.
— Joc Pederson hit a two-run homer in his first start with Atlanta, Max Fried had a two-run double among three hits while throwing seven dominant innings, and the Braves shut out the Tampa Bay Rays 9-0 on Saturday night.
— Austin Meadows hit a single in the 10th-inning to score Brett Phillips from second base with the tiebreaking run, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Atlanta Braves 7-6 on Friday night.