The Tampa Bay Rays off season will be dominated by the biggest question in all of baseball. Will they or won’t they trade David Price? You can bet that if Tampa Bay general manager Andrew Friedman is indeed taking phone
David Price was the 2012 American League Cy Young Award Winner posting a record of 20-5 with a 2.56 ERA. The Rays were going to lean on his left arm ever more in 2013 as the organization traded veteran
The tea leaves aren’t hard to read. David Price will be traded sometime this winter the only question will be to where and for what. Price himself expects to be traded telling Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times: “If
Rays ace LHP David Price said Wednesday night he expects to be traded this off-season. “If you go with what’s been done in the past, I guess you’re going to have to think you’re going to get traded,” Price
Rays starter David Price went on Twitter and criticized the TBS postgame show for their analysis
Manny Ramirez blew off some steam in 2007 and it seemed to lift the weight off the back of the Red Sox as they went on to win the World Series. Could Price's words do the same for the
The Tampa Bay Rays needed to return to the Rays way – pitching and defense – as they attempted to draw even at a game apiece in their best of five American League Division Series against the Boston Red
The last team that the Reds Sox wanted to see in the American League Divisional series that begins tomorrow afternoon in Boston is the Tampa Bay Rays. The two teams have faced each other 19 times with the Red
They needed an extra day but in Game #163 the Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Texas Rangers by a final score of 5-2 to gain entry into the post season for the fourth time in the last six seasons.
Although not technically a playoff game it is a loser go home game and it would have to be a fulfilling moment for David Price and the Rays to deliver the knock out blow in Arlington.