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Topic - Desmond Jennings
Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon broke out some boxing analogies after a tough loss to Toronto.
It took the Tampa Bay Rays 11 innings into the third game of the series to come through with a big hit against the Oakland Athletics.
The Tampa Bay Rays have reinstated center fielder Desmond Jennings from the bereavement list and optioned reliever Brandon Gomes to Triple-A Durham.
Erik Bedard pitched well enough to win. He even had a three-run lead in the ninth thanks to Desmond Jennings' home-run-saving catch against C.J. Cron. Then the bullpen made it all go away.
Mike Trout is going to have plenty of memorable home runs to look back on before his career is over. Very few will be more dramatic than this one.
James Loney and the Tampa Bay Rays ended their four-game slide with a late-inning comeback.
The bullpen played a big role in the Yankees' five-game winning streak. A meltdown by New York's relievers proved just as pivotal in a loss Friday night.
The Tampa Bay Rays raised another playoff banner to the roof at Tropicana Field, then went out and played like a team expecting to make another run at a postseason berth.
Alex Cobb dodged trouble for nearly seven innings and the Tampa Bay Rays pitched their way to another must-have win on the road, beating the Cleveland Indians 4-0 on Wednesday night.
J.A. Happ isn't sure how he'll react when gets on a mound again. One thing he does know is that he's going to try to forget what happened Tuesday night.
Toronto Blue Jays pitcher J.A. Happ was released Wednesday from a Florida hospital, just a day after he was hit on the head by a line drive, and hopes for a quick return to the mound.
J.A. Happ raised his glove in front of his face as quickly as he could, a futile attempt to shield himself from the line drive headed straight for his temple.
Happ's frightening injury Tuesday night at Tropicana Field left players on both teams shaken and revived questions about whether Major League Baseball is doing enough to protect pitchers who often find themselves in harm's way on the mound.
Toronto Blue Jays pitcher J.A. Happ is responsive after being hit in the head by a line drive and could be released from a Florida hospital on Wednesday.
Blue Jays pitcher J.A. Happ was hit in the head by a line drive and taken off the field on a stretcher during Toronto's game against the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday night.
"That enabled me to breathe a little bit," Jennings said. "But you still don't know until you talk to him, until you see him face to face."
"Go out and play our game," Jennings said. "It's going to be tough anytime you play Boston."