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Topic - Joe Maddon
You could piece together a pretty good pitching staff with just the players who have had significant elbow problems this year.
The starter throws seven shutout innings. The defense makes a few big plays. One swing of the bat provides all the offense needed.
The pitching line in Jake Odorizzi's return to Kauffman Stadium was forgettable.
The Rays were still unsure Wednesday whether left-hander Matt Moore will need surgery on his ailing left elbow after he was examined by orthopedic surgeon James Andrews.
Matt Moore missed 31 games last year with an elbow injury. The Tampa Bay Rays are hoping the left-hander's latest elbow issue won't be as big a problem.
This one could be a costly victory for the Kansas City Royals and an expensive loss for the Tampa Bay Rays.
James Loney put the finishing touch on a Tampa Bay comeback victory.
Sean Rodriguez had a great day away from the ballpark Thursday and followed that up with a big night on the field.
Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon thought Chris Archer would be fine after getting a new contract - and he was right.
The Tampa Bay Rays domination of the Toronto Blue Jays at home is in jeopardy thanks to Mark Buehrle and Jose Bautista.
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.
The Tampa Bay Rays feel they have everything it takes to win the World Series and aren't afraid to say it.
Matt Moore walked off the field after being hit in the mouth by a line drive that he partially blocked with his glove in the fourth inning of the Tampa Bay Rays' 9-2 win over the Boston Red Sox on Sunday.
Brett Lawrie hit his first homer of the spring and the Toronto Blue Jays held AL East rival Tampa Bay Rays to just three hits in a 5-0 victory Friday.
Evan Longoria hit a two-run double and Cesar Ramos looked sharp on the mound, sending the Tampa Bay Rays to a 5-4 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Thursday night.
"We did hit some balls well. Our geometry is really bad right now. We're hitting balls at people," manager Joe Maddon said. "We just have to keep going up there and battling through it. It's just one of those bad periods."
"Sometimes you have to look underneath the surface and I tend to agree it has a lot to do with youth sports and travel teams and multiple travel teams and kids pitching to win when they're really young and throwing too many pitches," Maddon said. "I think the more recent epidemic curiously might be tied to what they're doing before they even get here professionally."