Tampa Bay Rays Baseball News And Information
The New York Mets have hired Indians' pitching coach Mickey Callaway as their manager. Are the Mets risking too much with the young Callaway?
The Tampa Bay Rays finished their season on a winning note by sweeping the Baltimore to finish the season 80-82.
Austin Pruitt and Matt Andriese combined to shutout the Kansas City Royals on just 2-hits en route to a 12-0 Rays victory.
The Tampa Bay Rays bullpen worked 5 1/3 scoreless innings and the offense pushed across seven runs en route to a 7-3 win over St. Louis.
Baseball America, widely regarded as the best provider of baseball's prospects, revealed their Top 100 list which includes 6 Tampa Bay Rays. Of the six prospects, five are included in the Top 50.
The Tampa Bay Rays claimed infielder Micah Johnson off waivers from the San Francisco Giants. Their roster is now full at 40.
The Tampa Bay Rays added top prospects Brent Honeywell and Jake Bauers to their 40-man roster along with five others.
Brad Boxberger was effective in 2015 but has been plagued by injuries in each of the past two seasons. Will he be part of the Rays' 2018 pen?
With just two years of club control remaining and a new pitching coach and philosophy, will Jake Odorizzi be back with the Rays in 2017?
The Tampa Bay Rays finished the 2017 season 80-82. The offseason begins with coaching changes and roster decisions.
The Tampa Bay Rays and long time pitching coach Jim Hickey have decided to part ways. Triple-A pitching coach Kyle Snyder will take his place.
The Rays first off-season change came Monday as it was announced that bench coach Tom Foley is moving to a new position within organization.
Brad Miller's home run was the only hit the Rays offense delivered in 2-1 loss to the Chicago Cubs in Joe Maddon's return to St. Pete.
The Tampa Bay Rays late season spiral continues falling to the Boston Red Sox by a final score of 3-1 on Saturday night.
The Tampa Bay Rays won for the 10th time in their last 15 games defeating the Minnesota Twins 2-1 Tuesday night.
Logan Morrison belted a pair of homers as the Rays kept pace in the AL Wild Card chase defeating the Cardinals 3-2 Sunday afternoon.