The final decision on the Tampa Bay Rays‘ starting rotation has been made and Erik Bedard did not make that list. Even though the 35-year-old felt as though he did enough to make the rotation, Jake Odorizzi beat him
Now that the Tampa Bay Rays have their fifth rotation spot filled by Jake Odorizzi, eyes have transitioned to the bullpen. It seems that Josh Lueke, Mark Lowe and Brandon Gomes are competing for the two bullpen openings. But, one of these roles is
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Rays Name Jake Odorizzi As Teams Fifth Starter, Cesar Ramos To Bullpen
Erik Bedard Makes His Pitch In Hopes Of Locking Down Rotation Spot Ahead Of Jake Odorizzi and Cesar Ramos
Amid all of the Opening Day talk and starter competition, the Rays made roster cuts following the Thursday night matchup with the Minnesota Twins. So who did they cut? Justin Christian, Jerry Sands, Cole Figueroa, Ali Solis, Steve Geltz,
The competition for the fifth spot in the rotation is not over yet for the Tampa Bay Rays. Luckily, the decision on who gets it could come as early as this weekend. There are still three remaining options for
The Tampa Bay Rays have narrowed their scope of competition for players who are competing for the fifth spot of the starting rotation. They now have three players at the top of their list for the fifth spot. Jake
Throughout this off season, there have been many changes and improvements made to the home of the Tampa Bay Rays, at Tropicana Field. Most recently, there has been construction on a new batter’s eye. Some Rays’ players paid a visit to
Manger Joe Maddon caught up with David Price and informed him that he would be the teams opening day starter against the Toronto Blue Jays on March 31st.