Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon discusses the linkage between the mangers office and the general managers office. He suggests that in a short few years the tight bond will permeate through all of baseball without exception
Listen: Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon doesn't allow the fiscal restraint that the organization has to operate within weigh him down. In fact he seems to enjoy it.
Joe Maddon sat in front of a throng of reporters at this weeks Major League Baseball Winter Meetings and addressed a wide array of topics. Of course, the immediate topic of conversation was the possible trade of lefty David
Hopefully the laid back environment cultivated by the Rays organization and personified by manager Joe Maddon will allow Bell to relax and regain his confidence.
Season Of Promise Ends With Award For Rays Rookie Heading into last offseason there were rumors that James Shields would be traded and one of the teams immediately linked as the prime player in the deal Wil Myers. After
Despite only being six months removed from surgery to repair a blood clot and blockage from the area of his top right rib Alex Cobb thought he would compete for a spot in the Rays 2012 rotation. Unfortunately he
Michael Holley of ComcastSportsNet New England doesn’t like the Rays or Joe Maddon. The simple assertion that Joe Maddon out managed John Farrell in the ALDS made by co-hosts Michael Felger and Michael Silverman pushed Holley over the edge. “Don’t
Gary Shelton oof the Tampa Bay Times asked Joe Maddon if despite characterizing the season as a success if he (Joe Maddon) felt that winning 90 games without winning it all was getting kind of stale outside of his
Joe Maddon has made some adjustments before beginning the series against Boston.
The last team that the Reds Sox wanted to see in the American League Divisional series that begins tomorrow afternoon in Boston is the Tampa Bay Rays. The two teams have faced each other 19 times with the Red