Silverman’s Deal With Friedman Helps Trim Roster The more things change the more they stay the same. One of the hallmarks of the Rays under Andrew Friedman was the seemingly 11th hour transactions and the tremendous silence surrounding them. When
The Tampa Bay Rays trade Joel Peralta and Adam Liberatore to the Los Angeles Dodgers for a pair of prospects.
Mike Trout and Clayton Kershaw only play 30 miles away from each other, and are both considered the best players at their respective positions. Trout has amazed everyone since coming up as a 20-year-old rookie and doing everything
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
Though this season's Fall Classic just came to a close less than 48 hours ago, it is not too early to take a look into the 2015 World Series.
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
As soon as news broke that Rays GM Andrew Friedman is going to Los Angeles to join the Dodgers staff, speculation started that manager Joe Maddon would follow suit. However, Maddon told
Roger Mooney of The Tampa Tribune gives us the latest as former Rays GM Andrew Friedman takes over as President of Baseball Operations for the Dodgers.
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.
Though Andrew Friedman has worked for the Tampa Bay Rays since 2005, he is leaving the team to go work for the Los Angeles Dodgers.