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Right-hander Alex Cobb was forced to leave after being struck in the head with a line drive, but homers by Luke Scott, Matt Joyce and Evan Longoria carried the Rays to a 5-3 win over the Royals on Saturday at Tropicana Field.
Army Rangers rappel 220 feet at Tropicana FieldUpdated Jun 15 Share TweetYour browser does not support iframes. For those who are not very fond of heights - like me, for example - this video make will you feel a little queasy, but it's still pretty cool. Prior to the Rays 7-2 loss to the Royals at Tropicana Field on FridaySource: yahoo.com
Mendoza set for next start despite knee issueUpdated Jun 15 Share TweetRoyals starter Luis Mendoza's left knee tends to get a little achy, but it's not expected to keep the right-hander from making his next start. Mendoza sent off some alarms in the second inning on Friday night, limping as he covered first base on the fir…Source: MLB.com
Scott starts in left as Rays shuffle lineupUpdated Jun 15 Share TweetThe Rays switched up their lineup on Saturday afternoon against the Royals, giving Luke Scott his first start of the season in left field and bumping him up to the third spot in the order. Evan Longoria was back at DH, with Kelly Johnson starting at thi…Source: MLB.com
Cobb Hospitalized After Taking Liner To HeadJun 15Alex Cobb was hospitalized after taking a line drive to the head as the Rays defeated the Royals 5-3.
Sources -- Los Angeles Clippers resistant to trading Eric Bledsoe in Bosto…Jun 16The proposed cross-country move of Doc Rivers from the Boston Celtics' bench to the Los Angeles Clippers' bench remained in limbo Sunday night because of the teams' ongoing haggling over prized young guard Eric Bledsoe, according to sources with knowled
Los Angeles Clippers believe they can land Doc Rivers, Kevin Garnett, Paul…Jun 15The Clippers and Celtics have formally opened serious discussions on multiple transactions that could potentially add up to a trade arrangement that ultimately lands Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and coach Doc Rivers in L.A., according to sources.