The Tampa Bay Rays revamped lineup doesn't have that middle of the order power but it does have power throughout the lineup that should help with scoring.
It’s baseball season. Time to get bold. Let’s get to it. 1. Nick Franklin goes 20/20 in his first full season in Tampa Bay My thinking: Franklin–a former highly-regarded first round pick of the Mariners in 2009–actually put up 23
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?
The Tampa Bay Rays reportedly agreed to a one-year, eight million dollar deal with Asdrubal Cabrera, meaning there will be an odd man out on the 25-man roster.
Before this season, the 2007 was the last time the Tampa Bay Rays had a losing season, the last year that they went by the name “Devil Rays”. In 2008 the new look Rays took the baseball world by
In tonight's 3-1 win over the Chicago White Sox, Nick Franklin hit his first home run with the Rays, a two-run shot in the second.
The Tampa Bay Rays defeated the New York Yankees by a final score of 6-1. Tempers flared in the eighth inning after Derek Jeter was hit by a pitch.
The Tampa Bay Rays will be calling up Alex Colome, C.J. Riefenhauser and Nick Franklin from Triple-A Durham prior to Monday's game.
The Durham Bulls defeated the Pawtucket PawSox 4-3 to pull to within one win of their second consecutive Governors Cup Championship.
The Tampa Bay Rays traded their most prolific player and didn't receive a power arm or bat in the deal but did acquire plenty of substance.