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Joel Peralta

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  • MLB free agency preview: Pitching pool is deep

    The Sports Xchange By Rick Kaplan, The Sports Xchange MLB free agency preview: Pitching pool is deep Baseball free agency isn't what it used to be, if the just-concluded World Series is any indication. The runner-up Kansas City Royals thrived with a...
  • Buchholz Shuts Out Rays In Red Sox Victory

    Buchholz Shuts Out Rays In Red Sox Victory
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Clay Buchholz won for the first time in six weeks and the rookies kept getting the job done on Sunday as the Boston Red Sox downed Tampa Bay Rays 3-0 atTropicana Field. Buchholz allowed just three hits and struck out six to...
  • Zobrist's RBI Single In Ninth Lifts Rays Past Yankees, 1-0

    Zobrist's RBI Single In Ninth Lifts Rays Past Yankees, 1-0
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Ben Zobrist's RBI single to right field off reliever Shawn Kelley broke up a scoreless pitcher's duel in the bottom of the ninth inning as the Tampa Bay Rays walked off with a 1-0 win over the New York Yankees at Tropicana Field on...
  • Rays edge Yankees 1-0

    The Sports Xchange ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Call it a pitchers' duel, a lack of timely hitting or just the result of the American League's two lowest-scoring offenses taking the same field Monday night. Any way you put it, the Tampa Bay Rays and...
  • Orioles lose second straight to Tampa Bay, 3-2, on passed ball in ninth inning

    Orioles lose second straight to Tampa Bay, 3-2, on passed ball in ninth inning
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — No more than 10 minutes after the final pitch of the Orioles’ peculiar 3-2 loss Saturday to the Tampa Bay Rays, catcher Nick Hundley was already in the hallway outside the visiting clubhouse of Tropicana Field, on his...
  • Orioles capitalize on Tampa Bay Rays' mistakes in 4-2 victory Tuesday night

    Orioles capitalize on Tampa Bay Rays' mistakes in 4-2 victory Tuesday night
    After the Orioles’ 4-2 victory against the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday night in a lackluster game that lasted three hours and 37 minutes and featured 319 pitches, manager Buck Showalter played an impromptu word game with reporters. “That was a...
  • Kuroda leads Yankees over Rays

    Kuroda leads Yankees over Rays
    The Sports Xchange ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The New York Yankees got strong pitching from Hiroki Kuroda and strung together four consecutive hits in the fifth inning to beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-2 and win the three-game series at Tropicana Field....
  • Selig: MLB will review pine tar rule after season

    Selig: MLB will review pine tar rule after season
    Commissioner Bud Selig said on Friday that Major League Baseball will wait until after the season before reviewing the rule preventing pitchers from using pine tar. Baseball rules prohibit pitchers from using foreign substances on the ball. ''When the...
  • Saturday morning Orioles thoughts and observations

    Saturday morning Orioles thoughts and observations
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Games like the Orioles’ 2-1 loss to the Rays Friday night are tough ones to swallow, especially when another team beats you at your own game. The Orioles are usually the kings of the late innings, but after Desmond...
  • Orioles leave 15 runners on base, lose to the Rays 4-3

    Orioles leave 15 runners on base, lose to the Rays 4-3
    The Orioles received the rarest of baseball gifts Monday night, a rocky and abbreviated start from reigning American League Cy Young Award winner David Price. They didn’t enjoy it, though, because the Orioles’ offense simply couldn’t...
  • O's and their opponents prepared for a 'five-horse race' in the AL East

    O's and their opponents prepared for a 'five-horse race' in the AL East
    SARASOTA, Fla. — For most of the past two decades, the American League East has been considered the toughest division in baseball, primarily because it contained the sport's two financial behemoths, the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox....