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Lefty Enny Romero has an elite fastball and an effective slider but the inability to develop a third pitch may relegate him to a full time reliever.
The Tampa Bay Rays held their Sixth Annual Winter Development Camp and Direct of Minor League Operations came away impressed with much of the players.
Ben Zobrist was recently traded to the Oakland Athletics in a five-player deal, and he took out an ad in Sunday's paper to thank the Rays family.
As Spring Training Nears Rays 2015 Payroll Coming Into Focus The Tampa Bay Rays avoided having to go to arbitration with any of their eight eligible players as they came to terms with Desmond Jennings, Logan Forsythe, John Jaso,
In St. Petersburg, local elected officials are trying to figure out what to do with a desire by Tampa Bay Rays’ ownership to look for a new stadium and leave the dome. The baseball team has a lease to
No, the Rays are not trading the entire team this offseason. Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reports that outfielder Desmond Jennings have agreed to a $3.1 million deal with the Rays. Jennings has been with the Rays since 2010. He
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.
Today at the sixth annual Rays' Winter Development Program new manager Kevin Cash talked about the changes that have been made to the roster this offseason.