David Price

Poll: Where Will David Price Really End Up?

If David Price is in fact leaving the Tampa Bay Rays, where could he end up? Whether he goes to Atlanta or Chicago or neither city for that matter, we know you like to do the speculating so take

Wil myers

Wil Myers Tweets His Wrist Feels Good

Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Wil Myers says he's making progress on his wrist and is doing well

Curt Casali

Rays Welcome Catcher Curt Casali To The Show

The Tampa Bay Rays have placed catcher Ryan Hanigan on the DL. To take his place the Rays have added Curt Casali from the Durham Bulls to the active roster.

Ryan Hanigan

Rays Place Ryan Hanigan On DL With Oblique Strain

Marc Topkin from the Tampa Bay Times reports that the Rays are placing catcher Ryan Hanigan on the DL due

David Price

Report: Should Price Get Traded, He Favors The Braves

David Price would prefer Atlanta if he did get traded

Luke Scott

Former Ray Luke Scott Fired From Korean Team

Former Tampa Bay Rays designated hitter Luke Scott was fired from the Korean Baseball Leauge for showing "disrespect" of his coach.

bud selig

Bud Selig Has Faith in Stu Sternberg, Rays

While Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Seilg reiterated his point that the Rays need a new stadium, he showed optimism for the team's long-term future after recent


Could the Price be Right in the Windy City?

MLB News: Price Considering the Cubs? During the All-Star Festivities in Minnesota Rays pitcher David Price was asked if he would rather be traded to a team that is winning now, or one that is poised for years of

Outgoing MLB Commissioner Bud  Selig thinks that baseball will work in Tampa Bay but only with a new park.

Selig: Baseball can work in Tampa Bay with a new stadium

Bud Selig is 79 years old and this will be his last season as the Commissioner of Major League Baseball. Earlier today at his annual pre All Star press gathering with members of the Baseball Writers of America he


Rays Jeremy Hellickson Impressive Start With Biscuits

Jeremy Hellickson stays on schedule by making a start with the Rays Double A affiliate Montgomery Biscuits.