The Rays have placed James Loney on the disabled list and called up Allan Dykstra to make his major-league debut for Wednesday's series finale vs. Orioles.
Jake Odorizzi had a great rookie campaign, but heading into this season he knows a way in which he can get better, and the Rays need him badly right now.
Forsythe, Kiermaier Homer In Game Two Loss For the second straight evening, the Rays fell to the Baltimore Orioles. This game brought a much closer final score though, with the team losing 6-5, and many more positives from all
After injuring his left wrist during a head first slide during Monday's season opener for the Rays, John Jaso says he will no longer slide head first.
Kevin Cash is not Joe Maddon, he plans on sending out a pretty regular lineup and now we have a better idea of what those lineups will look like.
Drew Smyly was placed on the disabled list to start the regular season with shoulder tendinitis, but it looks like he is on his way back to the Rays.
John Jaso left the Rays Opening Day matchup against the Orioles early after hurting his left wrist on a sliding play into second in the first inning.
Monday morning Kevin Cash spoke to the media and announced that the team will be without Burch Smith, as he is set to undergo Tommy John surgery Tuesday.
With a strong performance thus far in spring training, Matt Andriese has put himself in a good position and seems poised to break camp in the rotation.
Rays first-base prospect Casey Gillaspie isn't pressured by the first-round hype and is just enjoying the process of going through the minor leagues.