Few teams enter 2015 with a more intriguing storyline than the San Diego Padres. Last year’s team didn’t turn many heads, but this season, after dramatic roster overhaul, San Diego will be one of the most closely followed teams
With James Shields reportedly signing with the San Diego Padres, he'll meet up with the guy he was traded for a little over two years ago in Wil Myers.
With many familiar faces leaving the Rays this offseason - including Jeremy Hellickson, Matt Joyce and Wil Myers - the next one to go could be Ben Zobrist.
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
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 Tampa Bay Rays and San Diego Padres are discussing a trade that could send Wil Myers to the West Coast.
The Tampa Bay Rays expect rebounds from Desmond Jennings and Wil Myers, where will Zobrist play, and more Winter Meetings notes.
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
The Tampa Bay Rays jumped out to an early 4-0 lead but the New York Yankees bullpen stifled the Rays hitters as the Yankees came back to win 8-5.
The Tampa Bay Rays needed 10 innings but Matt Joyce delivered his second career walk off hit leading the Rays to a 4-3 victory and series split with Boston.