Rays Open 2015 By Retiring Don Zimmer‘s #66 The Tampa Bay Rays will retire Don Zimmer‘s #66 in a ceremony at Tropicana Field prior to their Home Opener against the Baltimore Orioles. He passed away on June 4, 2014 at
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
When many others see the negatives is in the Rays record which is currently 15 games under .500 at 24-39 Manager Joe Maddon looks it as an opportunity to do something really unique in the game of baseball.
Jim Leyland says that Rays Don Zimmer was more than just a character that he was a brilliant baseball mind.
Joe Torre spoke to the media this afternoon about his friend Don Zimmer. He opened his statements by saying, "I hired a coach who became a family member."
Tommy Lasorda roomed with Don Zimmer while the two were with the Brooklyn Dodgers organization. Lasorda was in town to honor his friend who passed away Wednesday at the age of 83.
We’re excited to debut our first episode of Sports Talk with our Bucs Insider, Jenna Laine and our Assistant Editor, Amanda Borges! In today’s episode, the girls talk about LeBron’s muscle issues from last night’s NBA Finals, how the Rays are
News Talk Florida and Sports Talk Florida's Jenna Laine talks about Don Zimmer's legacy on baseball and the Tampa Bay Rays
Don Zimmer passed away on June 4th, 2014 due to kidney and heart ailments at the age of 83. A baseball lifer, Zimmer’s career in professional baseball lasted an astounding 66 years, from 1949 up until his death. He
The Tampa Bay Rays lost for the ninth time in a row Wednesday night, but the story of the evening was the passing of baseball legend Don Zimmer. He died at the age of 83. Listen to the face