The Tampa Bay Rays day included awards, Blake Snell extended his streak of scoreless innings to 46 to start the season, and the debut of Taylor Guerrieri.
Brent Honeywell has met little to no resistance in carving up hitters with the Rays Class-A affiliate Bowling Green Hot Rods. He may need a new challenge.
Willy Adames is starting to show the growth and promise with the bat that the Rays expected when they acquired him last season.
Boog Powell connected for his first homer as a member of the Rays organization. Acquired from the Oakland Athletics over the winter all he's done is hit.
Daniel Robertson has gotten off to a quick start for the Montgomery Biscuits. If he keeps at the pace he's started he may earn a promotion to Triple-A.
Buddy Borden Delivers No-Hitter For Stone Crabs Tampa Bay Rays prospect Buddy Borden took the mound for the Charlotte Stone Crabs against the Clearwater Threshers in the first game of their scheduled doubleheader and delivered a 7-inning no-hitter. In
Montgomery Biscuits left hander Blake Snell delivered seven scoreless innings to stretch his scoreless innings streak to 40-innings to open the season.
The Rays have a number of players on their 40-man roster that are getting healthy. Some will provide roster flexibility some will force tough decisions.
The Tampa Bay Rays named Tyler Goeddel and Blake Snell their player and pitcher for the month of April.
Mikie Mahtook continued his hot start to the 2015 season going 1 for 4 in the Bulls 5-1 victory over the Syracuse Chiefs.