A little under five years to the day that Nolan Fontana was selected by the Houston Astros with the 61st pick of the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft, the former West Orange High star has been called up to The Show. Fontana, now in the Los Angeles
After losing Sunday's game but winning a third straight series, the Rays open a four-game series tonight against the Angels and Mike Trout. RHP Jake Odorizzi will be on the mound for the Rays, RHP J.C. Ramirez for the Angels. Evan Longoria is getting a … . Jake Odorizzi has a winning record for his career when pitching on five days of rest. He's 12-9 in 34 starts. Pitching on a normal four days of rest, Odorizzi is 15-17 in 34 starts. On six or more days rest he is 6-6 in 18 starts. 22. May. 0. Comments …
The Tampa Bay Rays have won their last three series, all against teams with winning records, putting them at 23-23. The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, coming off a series loss to the New York Mets, are also at 23-23. The Angels match the Rays and San
Is the under a good bet tonight at 7:10PM ET in Tampa, where the Rays will host the Angels? According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, the Rays are -113 money line favorites versus the Angels, who have odds of +103 to pull off the small
Tampa Bay Rays right-hander Jake Odorizzi will start Monday's series opener against the Angels at Tropicana Field. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak). By Jeff Fletcher | [email protected] | Orange County Register. PUBLISHED: May 21, 2017 at 3:00 am | tampabay.com/blogs/rays/for-starters-rays-vs-angels-vs-odorizzi-on-mound/2324782″ class=”usg-AFQjCNHMOn0crnOnUbsokzABkQE_h9iBpQ did-f6cf796fd0c66418 article” title=”Tampabay.com (blog)”>. The Los Angeles Angels are continuing their road trip Monday Evening. It will be a four game series against the Tampa Bay Rays. The Angels sit at .500 once again, and are 7 games behind the AL West leading Astros. Both the Los Angeles Angels and the. Week 8 gets going with a trio of games set to start at 7:05 PM EDT, so make sure that all daily and weekly lineups get in by that time. The following players are currently owned in less than 60% of ESPN and/or Yahoo leagues (as of posting time), and
The Los Angeles Angels will start Nolan Fontana at second base in his major league debut on Monday against the Tampa Bay Rays. What It Means: Danny Espinosa will take a seat as Fontana bats ninth against Rays right-hander Jake Odorizzi.