Rays Hope To Receive Boost To Roster By End Of April The Tampa Bay Rays have nine players currently on the disabled list which is second in the major leagues to only the Texas Rangers who have ten. There are
Hundreds of Tampa Bay Rays fans gathered at Ferg's to celebrate Opening Day 2015. How do they feel about all the changes and what are their predictions?
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
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
Now that Alex Cobb will miss the start of the regular season with tendinitis, it will be Chris Archer tasked with leading a young starting rotation\
The Tampa Bay Rays are less then three weeks from opening day and forty percent of their planned rotation currently are facing injury issues.
Tampa bay Rays Alex Cobb was removed for precautionary reasons because of right forearm tightness after tossing three perfect innings
Souza Jr. and Forsythe Homer as Rays Pound Jays 10-3 The Tampa Bay Rays offense erupted in the fifth inning putting up eight runs including home runs by Steven Souza Jr. and Logan Forsythe. Starting Pitcher Alex Cobb: Was not
The Tampa Bay Rays had a busy day including a victory over the Twins with a rare Hak-Ju Lee homer and Jake Odorizzi working on a hybrid pitch.
Alex Cobb made his Grapefruit League debut tossing two scoreless innings against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Saturday. He says he is working on setting hitters up and getting outs.