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\
When the Rays acquired Rene Rivera from the San Diego Padres they knew they were getting a quality backstop, and his impact is being felt early on.
Chris Archer used to be just a fastball and slider pitcher, but this spring he is working on implementing the changeup more to improve in 2015.
Catching up with Ex-Tampa Bay Ray Gabe Kapler Former major league outfielder Gabe Kapler enjoyed a 12-year big league career that featured stints on six different clubs. Kapler was a member of the Tampa Bay Rays during the 2009
The Rays have traded away a lot of familiar faces and veteran talent this offseason, so what position does this leave the team in heading into 2015?
Andrew Friedman used trades as a way to not only build the Rays into a winner but into perennial contenders from 2008-2013.
With two games to play the Tampa Bay Rays pitching staff is just 12 strikeouts behind the Cleveland Indians for the most ever by a staff in a single season.
Chris Archer allows just one run but Corey Kluber goes 8 strong innings and Cody Allen picks up the save as Indians defeat Rays 1-0.