The Front Office: Change of Ownership is Needed for Rays Now that Joe Maddon has left the Tampa Bay Rays, is principle owner Stu Sternberg next to leave the franchise? Tom Veit, A.K.A The GM, weighs in on the
Well, it’s officially official. Joe Maddon is the new manager of the Chicago Cubs and it happened at a high price. According to reports, Maddon couldn’t reach a deal he felt he deserved with Tampa Bay. The Rays offered
Well, what we already suspected is now official. Joe Maddon, the former manager of the Tampa Bay Rays, is now the new manager of the Chicago Cubs. BREAKING: Joe Maddon becomes Cubs new manager — Inside Sports (@InsideSportsCM) October
The Front Office: A Memo To The Rays The Tampa Bay Rays are experiencing some turbulence right now and Tom Veit has part of the solution to their woes. He says the Rays should come home to Tampa. “St.
Roger Mooney of The Tampa Tribune gives his thoughts on the Royals-Giants matchup and looks back at James Shields and Wade Davis' time with the Rays
Desmond Jennings is a valuable trade chip this winter but due to the term persistent knee pain will cause most teams to hesitate in dealing for him.
The Tampa Bay Rays need 9 strikeouts to set the franchise record for strikeouts (1,383) set back in 2012. Chris Archer gets first shot vs the White Sox.
Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon sat down with the media on Saturday afternoon and discussed what he expects from the pitching staff in 2015.
The Tampa Bay Rays lost 4-3 to the Chicago White Sox. Jeremy Hellickson started and failed to earn a win for his 12th consecutive home game.
Logan Forsythe drove in three run tying a career mark but it wasn't enough as the Rays lost to the Chicago White Sox 4-3.