Rays place All-Star pitcher Moore on DL

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The Tampa Bay Rays placed All-Star pitcher Matt Moore on the 15-day disabled list with a sore left elbow on Wednesday.

Moore (14-3) left Sunday’s start against the New York Yankees after just five innings. It was his 21st start of the season.

The 24-year-old left-hander is tied for second in the American League in wins and winning percentage (.824) and third in opposing batting average (.212).

The Rays called up infielder Ryan Roberts from Triple-A Durham on Wednesday to replace Moore on the roster.

More in Sports

Seattle falls short in 34-31 home loss to Atlanta

Russell Wilson rallied the Seahawks late, but it wasn’t enough to avoid a defeat.

Wesco and Cascade Conference athletes honored

Check out the 2017 all-conference teams.

Silvertips looking for offense entering weekend series

Everett will look to snap a 2-game losing streak when faces Tri-City on the road.

Seahawks waive Freeney from depleted defense

The surprising move comes on the heels of a loss where poor pass rush was an issue for Seattle.

Apple Cup notebook: Leach’s Cougars without special motivation

The Washington State coach said his team will prepare like it’s a normal game.

Seahawks’ postseason hopes dealt a blow by loss to Falcons

Seattle will likely spend the rest of the regular season fighting for a playoff berth.

Seahawks’ battered secondary holds up against reigning MVP

Seattle’s secondary corrected itself despite stumbling early in the game against the Atlanta Falcons.

Seahawks’ grades from Monday’s 34-31 loss to Atlanta

Here’s how the Seattle Seahawks graded out in their 34-31 loss to… Continue reading

Locals on the Central Washington University football team

Four starters for the 11-0 Wildcats, who host a playoff game Saturday, hail from Snohomish County.

Most Read