New York & Tampa Bay Rays

New York (locally ) is a state in the Northeastern region of the United States. New York is the 27th-most extensive, the 3rd-most populous, and the 7th-most densely populated of the 50 United States. The Tampa Bay Rays are a Major League Baseball (MLB) team based in St. Petersburg, Florida. They are currently a member of the American League East Division. 5.0/5

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Being New York's Second-Best Team Costs the Mets a Lot; Emory University Study Says Mets Are Second-Worst in 'Fan Equity' Michael Salfino 16 June 2014 The Wall Street Journal Online Copyright 2014 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved. It's no surprise that the Mets are quantifiably second-class citizens in the nation's biggest baseball market. But Emory University has put a dollar amount on it—and the number is staggering. From 2011 to 2013, the Mets generated about $108 million less in ticket sales than projected in New York, even factoring in the team's poor record during the period (225-261). That makes them the second-worst team in baseball in "fan equity," according to a new study by Emory's Mike Lewis and Manish Tripathi. Only the Tampa Bay Rays, at minus-$120.4 million, performed worse in the period based on their market and their record. The Mets' losses appear to be the Yankees' gains. The crosstown rivals are the second-best team in outperforming estimates, with ticket sales that were ...
Outside major injuries or major trades here is my 2014 MLB predictions: (last year I had all but one playoff team correct, in 2012 all but two) N.L. EAST - Washington Nationals N.L. Central - St. Louis Cardinals N.L. West - Los Angeles Dodgers Wild Card - Atlanta Braves Wild Card - Pittsburgh Pirates (I also think that teams like San Francisco, Cincinnati, and Milwaukee will be in the running for one of the final W.C. spots, but it will land in the steel city again) A.L. EAST - Boston Red Sox A.L. CENTRAL - Detroit Tigers A.L. WEST - Oakland Athletics Wild Card - Kansas City Royals Wild Card - Tampa Bay Rays (I also think that Baltimore, New York, and maybe Cleveland will be in it as well)
New York Yankees 2014: Derek Jeter to retire as an all time great baseball ... MassLive.com (blog) New York Yankees' Derek Jeter hits a home run for his 3,000th career hit during the third inning of a baseball game against the Tampa Bay Rays, Saturday, July 9, 2011, at Yankee Stadium in New York. Ra...
Miami Dolphins, Dallas Cowboys, Tampa Bay Rays, Detroit Pistons, New York Islanders- all teams that don't play in the actual city for which they are named. New York's Giants and Jets don't even play in their own STATE. So why all the whining because the Atlanta Braves are moving to a stadium TWO FREAKING MILES outside the city limits?
Yankees Lose To Rays 8-3 And Miss Playoffs by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS September 25, 201311:17 PM NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Yankees failed to make the playoffs for only the second time in 19 years, getting mathematically eliminated Wednesday night during an 8-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays. Evan Longoria homered twice as the Rays won their sixth straight and lowered to three their magic number over Texas for clinching an AL wild-card berth. Slowed by age and hobbled by injury, the Yankees (82-76) were chased with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning when the Cleveland Indians completed a 7-2 win over the Chicago White Sox. Despite baseball's highest opening-day payroll at $230 million, the Yankees failed to claim one of the 10 playoff berths. "We didn't get to where we wanted to get," manager Joe Girardi said after it was over. Since starting the latest run of success in 1995, New York had missed the playoffs only in 2008 — when the team bid goodbye to old Yankee Stadium. This time, the Yankees ar ...
Matt Moore, Rays dim Yankees' playoff hopes ESPN: September 25, 2013 NEW YORK -- Matt Moore was all over the place with his pitches. The result of his effort, though, has the Tampa Bay Rays right where they want to be. Moore had New York flailing for five wild innings, and Tampa Bay beat the Yankees 7-0 on Tuesday night to push them to the brink of missing out on the postseason for the second time in 19 years. "You cannot be more effectively wild than he was tonight," Rays manager Joe Maddon said. Tampa Bay roughed up Hiroki Kuroda in tightening its grip on an AL wild-card spot with its fifth straight win. Matt Joyce had a leadoff homer as the Rays jumped ahead 3-0 in the first and David DeJesus had two RBI doubles. Tampa Bay has a one-game lead over Cleveland for the top wild card with five to play. Texas is two behind the Rays. Kansas City played later. The Yankees trail the Indians, who won 5-4, by five games -- and also are behind the Rangers and Royals. The Yankees would be eliminated Wednesday if Cl ...
The Boston Red Sox couldn’t complete a sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays, but they finished another road trip better off than when they started. ‘‘You try and win every series. That’s the No. 1 goal, and we lost tonight but we took a good two out of three,’’ said Jarrod Saltalamacchia, who hit his 12th home run in a 4-3 loss Thursday night. ‘‘So we'll go home against New York and worry about Game 1, and see what happens after that.’’ Wil Myers hit a tiebreaking double in the eighth inning for the Rays, but a 5-2 road trip left the Red Sox with an 89-59 record and a commanding 8 ½-game lead in the AL East. ‘‘We would have signed up for it before we left Boston, for sure,’’ said manager John Farrell. ‘‘We continue to play a very good brand of baseball. We played a very good series. We’re looking forward to getting back home in front of our crowd.’’ The Red Sox would need to win 11 of their final 14 games for a 100-victory season, but need just one win to reach 90 for the fif ...
Today is a off day for the Boston Red Sox. But they will be back in action Tuesday night as they head down from New York to St. Petersburg Florida to take the the Tampa Bay Rays for a important 3 game series. Clay Buchholz Is back on the mound for Boston as he gets the ball for the first game. Ryan Dempster 2nd game and Peavy 3rd. Rays sits in 2nd place of the AL East standing trailing Boston by 7.5 games. So this series is clearly more important to them then it is for us. They will be sending out there top aces this series starting with David Price on game 1, Alex Cobb game 2, and Jeremy Hellickson for game 3. Should be a fun series.
All kidding aside, this is one of our best shows to date! In this week's edition of The Bleacher Briefings podcast, we discuss Peyton Manning's triumphant return to the NFL, the Razorbacks shocking loss to Louisiana-Monroe, and how the Yankees lead in the American League East has dwindled down to nothing over the last month! - Peyton's Place: After missing all of last season with a neck injury, Peyton Manning returned to action on Sunday with a magnificent performance in a win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Was it a sign of things to come in Denver, or more like false hope for the Mile High City? We'll tell you. - Shocker in Fayetteville: On Saturday, the Arkansas Razorbacks blew a 21-point lead in losing to the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks. Just how big of an upset was it, and where does Arkansas go from here? Hear our take. - Panic in New York?: A month and a half ago, the Yankees held a double-digit lead in the AL East. Now, the Baltimore Orioles and Tampa Bay Rays are nipping at their heels. Can the Bronx ...
The Yankees had a 10 game lead 2 weeks ago. They have lost that lead to the Baltimore Orioles. The Tampa Bay Rays are 1.5 games back of New York. What a September this is turning into.
Curtis Granderson hits 200th career HR as Yankees beat Indians Associated Press CLEVELAND -- Rafael Soriano and the New York Yankees dodged their way to an important win. Curtis Granderson hit his 200th career homer and Soriano shook off getting hit on the side of his right hand by a line drive as the Yankees beat the Cleveland Indians 4-2 Sunday. "It feels fine right now," Soriano said after getting struck in the ninth inning by a shot by Jason Kipnis that was headed right at his head. "It hit my glove or my hand, I'm not sure which one first." Soriano recovered to get the ball and make the out, then the right-hander the next batter, Asdrubal Cabrera, on a soft liner for his 33rd save in 35 chances since replacing the injured Mariano Rivera as closer. The Yankees have battled injuries all year and after being swept in three games in Chicago, felt the Tampa Bay Rays closing in on their AL East lead. "We're really fortunate," manager Joe Girardi said. New York took two of three from the Indians to open a f ...
Sam Fuld's remarkable catch for the Tampa Bay Rays. When I went to New York in May, I sat next to Sam's wife and kids and it was my pleasure to help Sara handle the kids and keep her sanity while in flight. s
Tampa Bay Rays make the most of Teixeira miscue, rally to beat New York ... - Greenfield Daily Reporter
Yankees: Rays rally over Yankees: AL roundup: B.J. Upton and Carlos Pena homered and the Tampa Bay Rays took adv...
So the New York Mets have appealed the scoring decision that gave the Tampa Bay Rays their lone hit against R.A. Dickey yesterday. They are asking that it be changed to an error by David Wright so that R.A. Dickey is awarded a retroactive no-hitter. Even when they seem to be doing very good things, the Mets just can't help doing something that seems so petty and silly that it exposes their amazin' inferiority complex in the New York baseball scene.
Headin to Atlanta, then to New York to start a new chapter of my life. Thank Lord for this opportunity and to all that have gotten me to this point. This is not the end, but a very new beginning. Proud to be a new addition to the Hudson Valley Renegades of the Tampa Bay Rays organization. Officially
Martin hits slam, Pettitte dominant for Yanks NEW YORK (AP)—Russell Martin hit a grand slam to help stop the Yankees’ struggles with the bases loaded and Andy Pettitte was dominant again at home, leading New York to a 7-0 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday night. Nick Swisher hit an RBI double after Raul Ibanez was walked intentionally and the Yankees treated Rays starter James Shields to another drubbing in the Bronx. Pettitte (3-2) pitched two-hit ball for 7 1-3 innings, striking out 10 in New York’s ninth win in 12 games. Shields (6-4) was sabotaged early by the Rays’ ever-shifting defense as New York scored two unearned runs in the first thanks to an error by shortstop Elliot Johnson. The Rays made three errors in the game. The Yankees returned home from a 6-3 road trip to beat the Rays for the third time in four meetings since Tampa Bay swept a season-opening three-game series. The Rays have been in first or second in the division for most of the season despite having several key inju ...
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Loves that my Cleveland Indians are in 1st place along with the Tampa Bay Rays as Boston & New York are last!
2012 MLB salaries for American League East New York Yankees $ 197,962,289 Boston Red Sox $ 173,186,617 Baltimore Orioles $ 81,428,999 Toronto Blue Jays $ 75,489,200 Tampa Bay Rays $ 64,173,500 the funny part about this is Tampa Bay is not only in first place but has the best record in baseball right now. Ha ha love it GO RAYS
ST. PETERSBURG — Jeremy Hellickson came within one out of pitching his second career shutout on his 25th birthday Sunday, and the Tampa Bay Rays completed a season-opening three-game sweep of the Yankees with a 3-0 victory.
Let's Go Yankees!! (hoping ill be goodluck today) (@ Tropicana Field for New York Yankees vs. Tampa Bay Rays)
Last night, 2011 defending champion John Cook threw out the first pitch at the Tampa Bay Rays vs. New York...
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