The Front Office host Tom Veit, aka The GM, spoke to Sports Talk Florida MLB insider Steve Kinsella about a plethora of Rays topics including the recent trade involving Wil Myers.
A More Balanced View Of The Wil Myers Deal Since late yesterday afternoon when the three team trade between the Tampa Bay Rays, San Diego Padres, and Washington Nationals was announced (pending physicals) there has been a lot of
Rays Steven Souza went from high school star to struggling minor league player who eventually left his team. He returned a new man and his career took off.
The Rays have continued a busy offseason by trading away outfielder Wil Myers to the San Diego Padres as part of a three-team deal.
The NFL team in Washington is still the biggest sports franchise in town. The new mayor of Washington wants team owner Daniel Snyder to move back into the district despite the team’s name and logo which some people think is a
Though this season's Fall Classic just came to a close less than 48 hours ago, it is not too early to take a look into the 2015 World Series.
They were the two teams that weren’t supposed to make it past the first round, but to everyone’s surprise they did. The St.Louis Cardinals and San Francisco Giants both dispatched of their opponents in four games. The Giants set
The 2014 season ended for the Washington Nationals last night as they lost 3-2 to the Giants in Game 4 of the National League Division Series at AT&T Park in San Francisco. The team gave up three runs without
Gio Gonzalez is proud of his south Florida roots and even has the name Hialeah High School scrolled in black marker on the outside.
All season long, on a team filled with outstanding pitching, the Washington Nationals were led by right hander Doug Fister. The man Washington picked up from Detroit in the off season missed his first ten starts due to slight back