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.
New York Yankees Chase Headley is not happy with Joe Maddon's choice of words used to describe the pitch that hit him in the jaw.
Derek Jeter and Chase Headley are both frustrated with getting hit by pitches after they lose 6-1 to the Tampa Bay Rays.
Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon discusses why offense has been and will continue to trend downward throughout all of Major League Baseball.
Drew Smyly has logged a career high 153 innings which is double what he threw in 2013. Should the Rays shut him down or allow him to continue to pitch?
Rays Manager Joe Maddon joins Angels Manager Mike Scioscia in stating desire to limit the number of active players when rosters expand in September.
The Rays and Joe Maddon are still awaiting a decision on a protest on yesterday's game because of a challenge being used after it should have been.
The Tampa Bay Rays dropped their series opener to the Oakland Athletics by a final score of 3-2 in a 10 inning affair.