The Arizona Diamondbacks were the worst team in baseball last season. The team comes into the new season with a new manager, Chip Hale. The team was in the bottom six in the league in offense and pitching last
Matt Moore missed most of the 2014 season after having Tommy John surgery, but he is realizing more as spring training nears the guys that won't be here.
With many familiar faces leaving the Rays this offseason - including Jeremy Hellickson, Matt Joyce and Wil Myers - the next one to go could be Ben Zobrist.
Matt Silverman has only been the Tampa Bay Rays' President of Baseball Operations for a little over a month now, but he has already made a number of moves.
There are rumors that the Tampa Bay Rays could deal Jeremy Hellickson, and soon, but this might not be the best move for the team.
Steve Kinsella Talks Hellickson, Maddon and Shields The Power Hour crew, Matthew Sardo and Amanda Borges, spoke with Sports Talk Florida Rays insider Steve Kinsella about the managerial candidates and the possibility of James Shields signing with the Dodgers. What
Jeremy Hellickson had the shortest regular season start of his career recording just seven outs as the Red Sox battered the Rays 11-1 in Fenway Park.
The Tampa Bay Rays lost 4-3 to the Chicago White Sox. Jeremy Hellickson started and failed to earn a win for his 12th consecutive home game.
Nelson Cruz’s Seven RBI Lead Orioles T0 7-5 Victory The Tampa Bay Rays fell to the the Baltimore Orioles (83-59) by a final score of 7-5. Nelson Cruz delivered his second home run of the game, a 2-run shot in
Jeremy Hellickson held the Jays to just 2 runs over 6.1 innings of work but the Rays pen was unable to hold the lead as Jays rally to win 5-4 in 10 innings.