Tag Archives: Tampa Bay Rays

  • OCTOBER 5TH, 2010

    MLB Playoffs Free Picks: Texas Rangers vs. Tampa Bay Rays

    Texas Rangers(90-72, -$160)Tampa Bay Rays(96-66, +$294) The AL East and AL West champions will duke it out at Tropicana Field on Wednesday afternoon to start 2010 MLB playoff betting action, as the Tampa Bay Rays and Texas Rangers square off. Last postseason couldn't have possibly gone any better for LHP Cliff Lee. He led the Philadelphia Phillies to a 5.....

  • AUGUST 25TH, 2010

    Wednesday MLB Betting Preview – Rays at Angels

    Tampa Bay is in position of picking up its first ever sweep of the Los Angeles Angels in Anaheim, as the club went 8-42 in games played in Southern California from 2000-09.  The Rays clobbered the home team in 10-3 fashion last night in front of 43,577 fans and kept pace with the New York Yankees in the AL East race.  All-Star third baseman Evan Longoria p.....

  • AUGUST 9TH, 2010

    Monday MLB Betting Preview – Rays at Tigers

    Tampa Bay was nearly no-hit in a 1-0 road loss to the Blue Jays on Sunday afternoon and have managed to hit for a combined .149 average in dropping five straight games.  This recent skid is the club’s longest losing streak of the season, after the team had gone 10-1 in their previous 11 games.  “I was beginning to think no-hitters were commonplace,” .....

  • JULY 31ST, 2010

    Saturday MLB Betting Preview – Yankees at Rays

    New York is set to play the second game of this three-game series, after falling 3-2 in defeat to the Rays at Tropicana Field.  The Yankees lead in the American League East dropped to one game, while the Rays extended their winning streak to seven.  “He made one mistake,” manager Joe Girardi said of Friday’s starting pitcher Phil Hughes.  “He just.....

  • JULY 29TH, 2010

    Thursday MLB Betting Preview – Tigers at Rays

    Detroit will look avoid its first 10-game losing streak away from home since it ended the 2005 campaign in that fashion.  The club has dropped 12 of its last 15 games overall.  One good thing going for the Tigers is the fact that the Rays have never swept them in a four-game series at Tropicana Field.  Detroit is currently in a stretch of playing 11-strai.....

  • JULY 27TH, 2010

    Tuesday MLB Betting Preview – Tigers at Rays

    Detroit fell victim to the Tampa Bay Rays first-ever no-hitter, as the team has dropped 10 of 13 games to fall three games behind the Chicago White Sox in the AL Central race.  It was the first time that the Tigers had been held hitless in a game since 1990.  The club has managed to score 2.8 runs per game since the All-Star break.  “Garza just threw,.....

  • JULY 17TH, 2010

    Saturday MLB on FOX Betting Preview – Rays at Yankees

    Tampa Bay reached the All-Star break with a 54-34 record, which was the club’s best mark at the break in club history, but let one slip away to start the second half.  “We had plenty of chances to score more runs and that’s what it really comes down to,” manager Joe Maddon said in the team’s 5-4 walk-off loss.  The Rays have 73 games on the secon.....

  • JULY 16TH, 2010

    Friday MLB Betting Preview – Rays at Yankees

    Tampa Bay looks to continue its success against divisional foes on the road in the second half of the season, after posting a 10-1 mark against the AL East away from Tropicana Field in the first half of the season.  The Rays also hold a 3-2 series lead against the Yankees this season.  This series will be different from any other between the two clubs, a.....

  • JULY 7TH, 2010

    Wednesday MLB Betting Preview – Red Sox at Rays

    Boston has fallen to the Tampa Bay Rays by a single run in the first two contests of this current three-game series at Tropicana Field and will have an off day before battling another AL East foe over the weekend.  The Red Sox have lost seven of their last 10 games away from Fenway Park and have managed to lose just its second road series in their last ei.....

  • JULY 3RD, 2010

    Saturday MLB on FOX Betting Preview – Rays at Twins

    Tampa Bay fell to 2-2 on its current six-game road trip, falling to the Minnesota Twins 2-1 at Target Field.  “We’ve got to do better than one run,” Rays manager Joe Maddon said.  “We had plenty of opportunities and did not get it done.”  The club has still scored 19 runs on the trip and combining for a .291 batting average.  Manager Joe Maddon.....


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