Evan Longoria

Evan Longoria Exits Game After Being Hit By Pitch

Evan Longoria exited in the fifth inning of Monday's game after being hit on the wrist by a pitch by Nationals pitcher Taylor Hill.

Steven Souza Jr.

Steven Souza Jr. Prepared To Face Off Against Nationals For First Time

With the Tampa Bay Rays set to face the Washington Nationals over the next four days, Steven Souza Jr. is prepared to play the team he made his debut with.


Rays Sign Grady Sizemore To Minor League Deal

The Tampa Bay Rays have added minor league depth in the outfield, signing Grady Sizemore to a minor league deal Monday.

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Pitching Woes Continue For The Rays As They Enter June Homestand

Roger Mooney On The Rays Pitching Issues & Roster Movement Roger Mooney of TBO joined Sports Talk Live today for a Rays update and to talk about the Rays revolving door of pitchers. So what’s going on down there


Fantasy Baseball: Early Season Awards

Sportstalkflorida.com Insider Shawn Ferris takes a look at who's taking home the early season awards in fantasy baseball leagues so far in 2015.

Kevin Jepsen

Kevin Jepsen Can’t Hold Late Lead As Rays Drop Finale To LAA

Kevin Jepsen came in to hold a 2-1 lead for the Tampa Bay Rays in the seventh inning, but couldn't do so as he picked up his fourth loss of the season.

Bobby Wilson

Rays Designate Bobby Wilson For Assignment

In need of a roster spot for pitching depth, the Tampa Bay Rays designated veteran catcher Bobby Wilson for assignment after Thursday night's loss.

John Jaso

John Jaso Nearing Closer To Facing Live Pitching

John Jaso has been out of action since Opening Day with an injured left wrist, but he said Thursday that he could face live pitching in the near future.


Evan Longoria Homers In Return To Lineup In Rays Win

Evan Longoria returned to the starting lineup against the Angels Wednesday evening, and he didn't take long to make an impact in the Rays 3-2 game two win.


Buster Posey Is Making A Case To Be The Greatest Catcher In MLB History

Buster Posey isn't close to done, but he's done so much already he can be compared to the all-time best.