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Matt Moore

Matt Moore To Throw In Extended Spring Training Game

Matt Moore is continuing to progress well in his recovery from Tommy John surgery and is set to throw in an extended spring training game Saturday.

Drew Smyly

Drew Smyly Could Return To Rays In Eight Weeks

Though previous reports indicated that Drew Smyly would likely undergo season-ending shoulder surgery, it now appears that surgery might not be necessary.

Grant Balfour

Rays Minor League Report: Checking In On Grant Balfour

Grant Balfour continues to pitch well for the Durham Bulls. He may not resurface with the Rays but he could find his way back to a MLB roster soon.


Rays End Road Trip With Disappointing Loss To Braves

The Tampa Bay Rays looked lethargic in their 2-1 loss to the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday night. They now return home to take on the Oakland Athletics.


Rays Minor League: Stone Crabs 18-Hit Attack Highlights Farm

The Charlotte Stone Crabs banged out 18-hits to highlight the action for the Tampa Bay Rays minor league affiliates.


Complete Team Effort Leads Rays Over Braves

The Tampa Bay Rays received solid pitching, defense, and offense as they defeated the Atlanta Braves 5-3 to move into a tie for first place in the AL East.


Team Chemistry Is At The Center Of The Rays Success

Roger Mooney Talks The Rays Building Team Chemistry & Getting Past Injuries Roger Mooney of TBO was with Tom Veit on The Front Office to talk about the Tampa Bay Rays chemistry as they Atlanta for a stint at


Rays Infirmary Report: Matt Moore Getting Closer To Return

Matt Moore threw 2-innings in a simulated game in Port Charlotte Monday. He will throw a bullpen Wednesday and then either extended spring or simulated game


Rays Minor Leagues: Time To Challenge Brent Honeywell

Brent Honeywell has met little to no resistance in carving up hitters with the Rays Class-A affiliate Bowling Green Hot Rods. He may need a new challenge.


Rays Minor League: Willy Adames On Fire With Stone Crabs

Willy Adames is starting to show the growth and promise with the bat that the Rays expected when they acquired him last season.