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Topic - Joe Maddon
On a night Tampa Bay and Boston got along on the field, the Rays were punchless at the plate.
Despite his team's recent struggles, Rays manager Joe Maddon believes they will turn it around soon.
Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon gave the usual answer after a pitcher plunks a hitter and emotions boil over. Then he slipped in a quick little line that probably told the truth.
Chris Archer gave Tampa Bay a solid start, and in the end the Rays were beaten by a bad throw.
For the first time in 11 games, the Toronto Blue Jays didn't hit a home run. Instead, they used a dose of speed to extend their winning streak to nine games with a wild walk-off victory.
On a night when Drew Hutchison didn't have his best stuff, the Toronto Blue Jays' offense did more than enough to bail him out.
Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon broke out some boxing analogies after a tough loss to Toronto.
Stuck in their longest skid in 20 years, the Boston Red Sox didn't like the way they played. They didn't appreciate how the Tampa Bay Rays acted, either.
Cole Figueroa's first big league RBI was a big one.
Talk about a funk!
Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon has reworked his lineup in search of an offensive spark.
Jake Odorizzi and the bullpen of the Tampa Bay Rays didn't make many mistakes Tuesday night.
Even when he hit his spot, David Price couldn't keep Albert Pujols in the ballpark.
The Tampa Ray Rays have been the victim of both of C.J. Wilson's major league shutouts - and both of Grant Green's big league home runs.
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.
"Holt has really sparked them over the last couple days," Maddon said. "They're getting some production out of their young players."
"I honestly, totally, absolutely, firmly believe it's going to happen," he said. "I really believe that run's there. It's really pretty much rooted in one component of our game - we're just not a consistent offensive team right now."