Brad Boxberger

#26 RP / Tampa Bay Rays / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 225 lb Age: 27 College: None Bats/Throws R/R

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      Rays RP Brad Boxberger records 35th save of the season

      Rays relief pitcher Brad Boxberger allowed a run on one hit, he did not walk a batter and struck out one in an inning of work to log his 35th save against the Orioles on Friday night. He has struggled mightily of late and while he picked up a save in this one, he allowed a home run to Steve Pearce, and saw his ERA drift even higher to 3.90 on the year. The Rays don't have a lot of viable options other than perhaps Jake McGee when he returns, so Boxberger could finish out the year as their closer despite his poor performance.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Rays' Brad Boxberger endures disaster ninth inning in loss Monday

      Rays closer Brad Boxberger was unable to protect a 1-0 lead on Monday, as the Yankees rallied for four runs in the ninth inning to take the 4-1 win. Boxberger (4-10, 3.81 ERA), allowed a single to lead off the ninth, but enduced a ground ball double play to the very next batter. But things fell apart quickly. He walked Brett Gardner, who promptly stole second base, and Alex Rodriguez brought him in with an RBI double to tie the game at one run apiece. After an intentional walk to Brian McCann, Boxberger served up a three-run home run to Slade Heathcott, suffering his sixth blown save of the year. Boxberger has now blown four of his last 11 save chances. Monday's outing marked the second time this year that he gave up at least four runs in a single appearance.

    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      Rays RP Brad Boxberger bounces back from blown save

      Brad Boxberger's last outing on Wednesday resulted in just his fifth blown save of the season, but he was able to rebound Saturday, shutting down the Yankees in the ninth to preserve the Rays' 3-2 win. With the save, Boxberger continues to lead the American League with 34. He was able to retire the side in order in the ninth thanks to three fly-ball outs.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Rays RP Brad Boxberger gets save No. 33 on Monday

      Rays closer Brad Boxberger worked around a walk to close out the 6-3 win over the Orioles on Monday. Boxberger labored, throwing 21 pitches in his scoreless inning, but he was able to successfully record his 33rd save of the season.

    • by Marty Gitlin |

      Rays closer Brad Boxberger easily nails down 32nd save

      Rays closer Brad Boxberger arrived in the ninth Sunday with a one-run lead against tough Kansas City. No muss, no fuss. Boxberger retired the Royals in order to notch his 32nd save. It marked his second straight hitless appearance after having allowed at least one run in each of his previous three while giving up six hits during that stretch.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Rays RP Brad Boxberger K's the side for 31st save Thursday

      Rays reliever Brad Boxberger needed 14 pitches to strike out the side, preserving the 5-4 win over the Twins on Thursday. Boxberger picked up his 31st save of the season with the impressive showing. This was a solid outing for Boxberger, who had allowed a run in each of his previous three appearances.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Rays' Brad Boxberger records 30th save in shaky outing on Friday

      Rays reliever Brad Boxberger took a walk on the wild side on Friday, but he managed to pick up his 30th save of the season in Friday's 2-1 win over the A's. Boxberger came into the game with a 2-0 lead, but he allowed three consecutive one-out hits, leading to a run. But he managed to get the final two outs, leaving the potential tying and winning runs in scoring position. Boxberger has now been scored upon in three straight appearances, and five of his last seven.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Rays' Brad Boxberger allows walk-off to take loss

      Rays closer Brad Boxberger stranded the winning run on base in the ninth inning, but he surrendered a walk-off homer in the 10th to fall to 4-9 with a loss to Houston on Tuesday. Boxberger gave up his third career walk-off. His last two homers allowed have both been walk-off shots. He gave up a leadoff homer in the tenth on Tuesday. On July 7, he surrendered a walk-off grand slam.

    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      Brad Boxberger works around walks to gain 29th save for Rays

      Closer Brad Boxberger made things interesting, issuing two walks to bring the tying run to the plate before finishing off the Rays' 9-6 victory over the Braves on Wednesday. Boxberger has now earned 29 saves on the season, including two straight after suffering back-to-back losses. The closer threw 26 pitches, but did bring his ERA down to 2.89.

    • by Sean d'Oliveira |

      Rays RP Brad Boxberger earns save Saturday

      Rays pitcher Brad Boxberger pitched a perfect ninth inning to close the door on the Mets on Saturday. Boxberger earned his 28th save of the season during the 5-4 win. He now has a 3.52 ERA.

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