Steve Geltz was a bright spot in the Rays' 'pen through much of 2015. Maybe fatigue got to him at the end but he has not shown the same promise yet in 2016.
A career-best performance from Steven Souza Jr. helped the Rays to a series split in the opening four-game set against the Blue Jays.
The Tampa Bay Rays roster is built to score more runs in 2016. The hope is that the run output is greater than the increase in runs allowed with some questionable defenders on diamond.
Not Breaking News, Kevin Cash named Ray's Chris Archer the teams Opening Day starter. In response Arches said he is honored.
Blake Snell took the loss allowing three earned runs in his Grapefruit League debut. After the game he explained that he learned a lesson.
Chris Archer validated an already successful season by dominated a seasoned Cuban lineup in the 2010 Pan
The Rays finalized a one-year deal with Steve Pearce Thursday evening, and for the 32-year-old it is a dream come true playing for his hometown team.
The Rays reported trade for Rockies outfielder Corey Dickerson leaves them with a good problem to have, too many outfielders for not enough spots.
The Rays have been in need of offense, and they might have found their guy in the form of Rockies outfielder Corey Dickerson, whom they have reportedly acquired for left-handed reliever Jake McGee.
The Tampa Bay Rays have finally made another move, agreeing to terms with free agent Steve Pearce on a one-year deal, pending a physical.
The 2015 Winter Meetings have been dominated by talk of the arms race. The fluid market should continue as teams answer each other arm for arm.
The Tampa Bay Rays have a strong starting rotation and a number of top prospects but lack the veteran depth needed in the even of spring injuries.
The Tampa Bay Rays will spend the next several months preparing for the 2016 season. Here's everything you need to know as the off-season begins.
The Tampa Bay Rays acquired Brad Miller from the Seattle Mariners in a six-player trade on Thursday night. Miller gives the Rays more than just a shortstop.
The Tampa Bay Rays have 11 arbitration eligible players. How they chose to proceed with the group will be a first step in building the 2016 roster.