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Rays Press Releases

  • Steven Souza Jr. creates "Home Runs for Hope" 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. Souza Jr. has 7 home runs so far this season, which brings the donated total to $7,000. The Rays Baseball Foundation will also contribute $5,000 to Consider the Lily in support of Souza Jr.'s "Home Runs for Hope" campaign.

  • Rays Host Yankees & Angels During Seven-Game Homestand

    The Tampa Bay Rays return to Tropicana Field tomorrow for a seven-game homestand against the New York Yankees (May 19-21) and Los Angeles Angels (May 22-25). The 2017 Rays Baseball season is presented by Tampa General Hospital.

  • Rays Unveil Game of Thrones-Themed Bobblehead

    The Tampa Bay Rays today announced the addition of an Evan Longoria Game of Thrones® Bobblehead to their 2017 promotional schedule as part of Major League Baseball's new partnership with HBO's fantasy drama Game of Thrones®.

  • Evan Longoria, Rays & Suncoast Credit Union host 10th Reading with the Rays

    This summer, Rays third baseman Evan Longoria, the Tampa Bay Rays and Suncoast Credit Union will host the 10th season of "Reading with the Rays - Read Your Way to the Ballpark" program. The incentive-based reading program encourages Pre-K to 12th grade students to avoid summer learning loss by reading for 24 hours during the summer months.

  • Colby Rasmus home runs to benefit military veteran volunteers

    This season, every home run Rays out elder Colby Rasmus hits, he will aid the nonprofit disaster response organization Team Rubicon by pledging $1,000 through his "Hitters for Heroes" campaign.

  • Rays Celebrate Jackie Robinson, Breaking Barriers Friday

    The Tampa Bay Rays will honor Jackie Robinson Day through the organization's Breaking Barriers celebration tomorrow. Although Major League Baseball's official Jackie Robinson Day was during the team's road trip on April 15 in Boston, the Rays organization will commemorate the 70th anniversary of Robinson breaking baseball's color barrier in 1947 by recognizing community champions prior to and during tomorrow's 7:10 p.m. game against the Houston Astros at Tropicana Field.

  • Rays host Tigers, Astros in six-game homestand

    The Tampa Bay Rays return to Tropicana Field tomorrow for a six-game homestand against the Detroit Tigers (April 18-20) and Houston Astros (April 21-23). The 2017 Rays Baseball season is presented by Tampa General Hospital.

  • Rays & iHeartMedia Tampa Announce New Radio Show Bats n' Brews

    As an extension of their partnership, the Tampa Bay Rays and iHeartMedia have launched "Bats N' Brews," a new, one-of-a-kind radio show that will air live during all 13 Rays home games on Friday nights at Tropicana Field.

  • Rays begin 20th season tomorrow vs. Yankees

    The Tampa Bay Rays open the 2017 Major League Baseball regular season on Sunday, April 2 at 1:10 p.m. against the New York Yankees as part of a two-team, seven-game homestand.

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