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Rays at Twins, 2:10 p.m. Saturday, Minneapolis

Today: at Twins2:10, Target Field, MinneapolisTV/radio: Fox Sports Sun, 620-AM, 680-AM (Spanish)

Rays outfielder Steven Souza chooses to dive for baseball nowhere near him

Generally you applaud a baseball player diving for a ball and going all-out to make a play. Seeing that kind of hustle and effort is nice.

Rays journal: Rookie Daniel Robertson takes pride in sparkling defense

MINNEAPOLIS — Rookie INF Daniel Robertson has earned raves for his defensive play at both second base and shortstop, making a highlight play almost every game he starts, including one in the fifth inning Friday.

Marc Topkin’s takeaways from Friday’s Rays-Twins game

RF Steven Souza is always, shall we say, entertaining. In the second, he made an impressive running, leaping catch.

Rays DOTF 5/26: Brandon Lowe goes yard in rough day for Rays’ affiliates

It wasn't an easy day for the Rays' minor league teams, as the Stone Crabs grabbed their only two wins on the night, playing two short make up games. Travis Ott debuted for the Stone Crabs while...

Rays 4, Angels 0: New World Order

Thursday's matinee to conclude a four-game set with the LA Angels saw the Rays looking to manage a series split with the Halos after being blanked for nearly two complete games to start the saga. T...

Why I’m a fan of the Tampa Bay Rays

There's not much of my life I can remember before the Rays were part of it!

Steven Souza Jr. creates “Home Runs for Hope” campaign to benefit Consider the Lily

This season, for every home run Rays outfielder Steven Souza Jr. hits, he and his wife, Mikaela, will donate $1,000 to Consider the Lily, which rescues girls from broken homes in the Philippines....

Rays vs Angels Preview: Tampa looks for series split

Matt Andriese takes the mound as the Rays go for the series split

Looking Back: Gene Shalit gets cheeky with the New York Mets. (March 8, 1986)

This story appeared in the pages of the St. Petersburg Times on March 8, 1986.


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