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With pitcher Alex Cobb dealing with tendinitis in his elbow, Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash has announced that Chris Archer will get the start on Opening Day. OFFICIAL: Manager Kevin Cash has named @ChrisArcher42 the #Rays Opening Day
According to the 2015 Forbes Magazine list of The Value Of Major League Baseball Franchises, there is some good news and some bad news for the Tampa Bay Rays and their Florida counterparts the Miami Marlins. The good news is
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.
Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Alex Cobb is expecting to be ready for Opening Day after being diagnosed with tendonitis in his right arm.
You would be hard pressed to find a team that has lost as many pieces as the Tampa Bay Rays over the past year or so. It all started right before the trade deadline. David Price, arguably the best
The Tampa Bay Rays will retire uniform No. 66 in honor of the team’s longtime senior advisor Don Zimmer in a pregame ceremony at Tropicana Field on Monday, April 6 when the Rays open the season against the Baltimore
Roger Mooney On The Rays Pitching Staff Following Spring Training Injuries Roger Mooney of the Tampa Tribune joined Tom Veit today to talk about the Rays pitching staff following some Spring Training injuries & the season 2 weeks aways.
Some good news came out of the Rays spring training camp Sunday as Drew Smyly threw off a mound for the first time since March 6th.
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.
If the Rays trade David DeJesus they may have a roster decision to make between Jake Elmore and the power hitting Juan Francisco.