After nine years as the manger of the Tampa Bay Rays Joe Maddon, 60, opted out of the final year of his contract and plans to explore other opportunities in baseball, the team said Friday. It did come as
Joe Maddon announced Friday that he has chosen to opt out of his contract and leave the Rays. Where do the Rays go from here? The Front Office host Tom Veit, A.K.A The GM weighs in on the big
Before this season, the 2007 was the last time the Tampa Bay Rays had a losing season, the last year that they went by the name “Devil Rays”. In 2008 the new look Rays took the baseball world by
Now that Andrew Friedman is a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers front office, Joe Maddon could be the next member of the Rays staff to go to LA.
The Rays began play Saturday last in the American League in runs, but manager Joe Maddon says he doesn't expect any coaching changes next season.
Nate Karns looks to follow up his stellar 2-hitter in 7 scoreless innings over the Toronto Blue Jays and show that his stuff plays at the big league level.
Chris Archer picked up is 10th win of the season in the Rays 3-1 victory over the Chicago White Sox but says wins aren't as important as performance.
Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon thinks that the decline in offense is transforming the game of baseball into a six inning game.
Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon sat down with the media on Saturday afternoon and discussed what he expects from the pitching staff in 2015.
The Tampa Bay Rays were eliminated from post-season contention with a 4-3 loss to the Chicago White Sox. After the game Joe Maddon talked about the loss.