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  • Joe Maddon rips Rays fans for cheering for Yankees' Derek Jeter

    Derek Jeter really got the home fans worked into a frenzy Saturday night.  And he wasn't even playing at home.  The soon-to-be-retired New York Yankees shortstop has been seeing plenty of love everywhere during his final season, and Tropicana Field in...
  • Falcon's Fury at Busch Gardens not yet ready for launch

    Falcon's Fury at Busch Gardens not yet ready for launch
    Falcon's Fury is not quite ready for liftoff. An opening date for Busch Gardens' new thrill ride — a 335-foot drop tower — has not been announced. The attraction has been available to visitors for limited hours daily for more than a week, but...
  • Cobb Shuts Down Yankees, Who Lose Fifth Straight

    Cobb Shuts Down Yankees, Who Lose Fifth Straight
    With Alex Cobb tossing 7 1/3 scoreless innings to lead the way, the Tampa Bay Rays dealt the reeling New York Yankees a fifth straight loss with a 5-0 decision at Tropicana Field. Cobb (8-6) scattered six hits -- all singles -- and a walk while notching...
  • Rays blank Yankees

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The Tampa Bay Rays completed their long climb back to .500 on Friday night, beating the New York Yankees 5-0 at Tropicana Field. With the win, the Rays moved to 61-61 on the year and became the fourth team in major league...
  • Miami Marlins: Giancarlo Stanton's 27th homer inconsequentional, not insignificant

    Down 7-0 with two out in the ninth inning at the time, Giancarlo Stanton’s 27th homer Thursday was inconsequential in terms of the outcome, but it wasn’t devoid of significance. Stanton had gone 10 career games at PNC Park without putting...
  • Angels put Tyler Skaggs on disabled list because of forearm injury

    Angels put Tyler Skaggs on disabled list because of forearm injury
    Angels left-hander Tyler Skaggs was placed on the 15-day disabled list Friday because of what the team called a “forearm strain.” Though no timetable was set for Skaggs’ return, Manager Mike Scioscia seemed optimistic that the 23-year-...
  • Angels hold on to defeat Rays, 5-3

    Angels hold on to defeat Rays, 5-3
    KEY MOMENT: The Rays loaded the bases with no outs in the ninth when Cole Figueroa singled, Brandon Guyer walked and Angels shortstop Erick Aybar threw late to second on Kevin Kiermaier's fielder's-choice grounder. But Huston Street struck out Desmond...
  • On Angels' visit to Tampa Bay, fans flock to get close to Mike Trout | Video

    On Angels' visit to Tampa Bay, fans flock to get close to Mike Trout |<b> Video</b>
    ST. PETERSBURG — Fans attending the Tampa Bay Rays game Friday did not have to wait long for arguably the most exciting player in baseball to do something impressive. With a runner on first base, the second batter of the game walked onto the field...
  • Angels can't capitalize on chances, lose to Rays, 10-3

    Angels can't capitalize on chances, lose to Rays, 10-3
    KEY MOMENT: The Angels had two chances to cut into a 6-3 deficit, but Kole Calhoun struck out looking at a chest-high fastball with runners on second and third to end the fourth inning, and Howie Kendrick and David Freese struck out with two on to end the...
  • Angels' C.J. Wilson is pounded by Rays in return from DL

    Like Oakland and Detroit, the Angels added a veteran left-hander to the rotation this past week, one whose resume stacks up nicely against those of Jon Lester and David Price, the aces who were traded Thursday to the Athletics and Tigers, respectively....
  • Leesburg Lightning lead Florida Collegiate Summer League in attendance

    Leesburg Lightning lead Florida Collegiate Summer League in attendance
    LEESBURG — The Leesburg Lightning finished the season at 18-17 in third place in the six-team Florida Collegiate Summer League. But the Lightning once again were tops in attendance, playing before a loyal following at Pat Thomas Stadium/Buddy Lowe...