Today was the Rays first full-squad workout of Spring Training, and new manager Kevin Cash took time to address the entire team for the first time.
If history is correct, Evan Longoria seems to perform better in odd-numbered years and could be in for a rebound season with the Tampa Bay Rays in 2015.
Evan Longoria had established himself as the best third basemen in the AL East, but with two teams upgrading at the position he might not be any longer.
With James Shields reportedly signing with the San Diego Padres, he'll meet up with the guy he was traded for a little over two years ago in Wil Myers.
Reports surfaced that James Shields is expected to sign by the end of this week, and here's some potential landing spots for the free agent right-hander.
The Rays have traded away a lot of familiar faces and veteran talent this offseason, so what position does this leave the team in heading into 2015?
The rest of the starting pitching market can start to take shape now, as Max Scherzer has reportedly agreed to a seven-year deal with the Nationals.
Burch Smith never thought the Rays would want to acquire him after struggling against them in his debut, but he looks forward to the future ahead.
Through trades this winter the Rays have restocked their minor league system with plenty of middle infield depth, and it is a "good problem to have."
Matt Moore missed most of the 2014 season after having Tommy John surgery, but he is realizing more as spring training nears the guys that won't be here.