You would be hard pressed to find a team that has lost as many pieces as the Tampa Bay Rays over the past year or so. It all started right before the trade deadline. David Price, arguably the best
Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore has re-signed with the team. Here are quotes from his conference call. (On how he views himself as an NFL Quarterback and if he thinks he is capable of competing for a starting job) –
The Tampa Bay Rays are less then three weeks from opening day and forty percent of their planned rotation currently are facing injury issues.
Rays Manager Kevin Cash updates injured players, Matt Moore on his return, and Evan Longoria on themed trips.
The Rays have traded away a lot of familiar faces and veteran talent this offseason, so what position does this leave the team in heading into 2015?
Matt Moore missed most of the 2014 season after having Tommy John surgery, but he is realizing more as spring training nears the guys that won't be here.
Matt Moore was seen throwing from 110 feet at the Rays Winter Development Program this afternoon and it still targeting a potential June return this season.
Matt Moore is about five and a half months removed from Tommy John surgery and hopes that he can pitch off of a mound sometime in mid-December.
In three games as quarterback for the Miami Dolphins, Tannehill has done nothing but increase doubt about his ability to be the franchise quarterback the Dolphins have been looking for since #13 retired
The 2014 Rays bullpen has struggled over the course of the season. Grant Balfour will look to provide a glimpse of his old self during final month.