After a second consecutive losing season, President of Baseball Operations Matt Silverman said the Tampa Bay Rays will have another busy offseason.
The Rays suffered their second consecutive losing season for the first time since 2006-07, but a lot of that can be chalked up to both good and bad luck.
The Tampa Bay Rays have 11 arbitration eligible players. How they chose to proceed with the group will be a first step in building the 2016 roster.
Steven Souza Jr. is impressed with what the Rays were able to accomplish in 2015 with the injuries they had and thinks the team can be "dangerous" in 2016.
Despite dealing with a lot of adversity and a lot of young players in key roles, Kevin Cash impressed the Rays players in his first managerial season.
The Rays didn't have the success they hoped they'd have in 2015, but Nathan Karns says the plan is to build on what did happen this season into next.
With injuries in spring training, Logan Forsythe was given an opportunity to play on an everyday basis, one he took all the way to being named team MVP.
A total of five Bucs players were held out of practice with what head coach Lovie Smith described as "pretty significant injuries," including Donovan Smith.
Not every good start will have a happy finish, so who should be worried?
Tony Dorsett says he is suffering from various ailments because of head injuries suffered while playing football