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Topic - evan longoria
It was only fitting that a batter who was by a pitch scored the winning run.
Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon has reworked his lineup in search of an offensive spark.
Evan Longoria thinks the Tampa Bay Rays need to get going.
The lack of timely hitting again doomed the Tampa Bay Rays.
Yankee Stadium is already a home run haven for Wil Myers - whether he hits the ball over the fence or not.
Just when the New York Yankees need CC Sabathia to shore up a shaky rotation, the big left-hander is letting them down.
Joe Maddon limits the amount of time he can be upset about a loss.
Jose Abreu is not going to let the pressure get to him.
James Loney and the Tampa Bay Rays ended their four-game slide with a late-inning comeback.
Ivan Nova couldn't pitch get out of the fifth inning and infielder Dean Anna finished on the mound. It was that kind of game for the New York Yankees.
The Tampa Bay Rays followed a comeback win with a blowout victory over the New York Yankees.
David Price wished he had one pitch back.
Johnny Cueto didn't feel ready to start the game. By the time he got into a rhythm, he was headed for another oh-so-close loss.
Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon thought Chris Archer would be fine after getting a new contract - and he was right.
Chris Archer pitched four scoreless innings and 21-year-old prospect Justin O'Conner hit three doubles in the Tampa Bay Rays' 6-5 loss to their Double-A Montgomery affiliate Saturday.
"It can be pretty mentally draining to play three games in New York then come anywhere else and not have some kind of letdown," Longoria said. "We kept our focus, and tonight was a good start to the series."
"I love being in that situation," Longoria said. "I'm looking forward to getting up there and at least getting a chance to win the game."