After having a rebound year with the Rays in 2013 James Loney tested the free agent waters and after sifting through several offers he returned to the Rays agreeing to a 3-year/$21M contract.
"I kind of realized where I like to be and what I knew was something I liked and I knew the team was always going to be competitive. When you have those kind of factors it definitely makes it
James Loney has resigned with the Tampa Bay Rays for three years, $21 million dollars and the team now knows they are set at first base. General Manager Andrew Friedman feels that signing Loney was a big plus because of his
The Tampa bay Rays have reportedly re-signed first baseman James Loney to a 3-year/$21M dollar contract. One of Loney’s greatest moments of the 2013 season came in the teams final regular season home game as he delivered a 9th
James Loney Appears To Be Heading Back To Tampa Bay
Loney is still asking for three years, but is unlikely to get more than two
Andrew Friedman on first base: I wouldn't characterize anything as imminent. I think we’re getting more information that’s helpful in our decision making process.
Loney's representatives at the Legacy Agency are reportedly targeting a three-year deal in the range of $27-30MM.
Will James Loney Remain With The Rays In 2014? The Tampa Bay Rays are in the market for a first baseman and there is a general feeling that their 2013 James Loney will cash in on his 2013 season.
Did the outgoing personality of Yunel Escobar and quiet sometimes cold personality of James Loney cost them Gold Gloves?