The Tampa Bay Rays took steps to stockpile talent in their farm system starting next season by trading starting pitcher Drew Smyly to the Seattle Mariners. Per the Rays' official Twitter account, they received outfielder Mallex Smith,...Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Rays announced Wednesday they traded Drew Smyly to the Seattle Mariners for Mallex Smith and two minor leaguers: Carlos Vargas and Ryan Yarbrough. Smyly, one of the centerpieces of the trade that sent David Price to the...Show More Summary
Veteran outfielder Colby Rasmus reportedly agreed to sign with the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday, according to FanRag Sports' Jon Heyman. "I feel good about it," Rasmus said, per Mark Berman of Fox 26 in Houston. "There's some boys I played with there. Show More Summary
The Houston Astros will have a new play-by-play man for their game broadcasts on Root Sports Southwest next season, and it’s something of a surprising choice. Todd Kalas, who has worked on Tampa Bay Rays broadcasts with Fox Sports Sun...Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Rays don't have to trade Chris Archer. If they do, they can demand the moon, the stars and a few spare celestial bodies. According to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times, the Rays are seeking an even bigger package for Archer...Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Rays All-Star closer could be on the move
Tampa Bay Rays relief pitcher Alex Colome has reportedly become a coveted trade target amid an offseason in which bullpen upgrades are all the rage around Major League Baseball. Continue for updates. Nats Showing Interest In Colome Wednesday, Dec. Show More Summary
Following a career year in 2016, catcher Wilson Ramos cashed in this offseason, reportedly agreeing to a two-year contract with the Tampa Bay Rays, according to the New York Post's Joel Sherman. FanRag Sports' Jon Heyman confirmed the deal and provided the financial particulars: Ramos and Miami Marlins backstop J.T. Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are hot as they win their third game in a row. Very impressive victory over the Seattle Seahawks at Ray Jay Stadium. TBBC announced that line captain Chelsea will represent the Bucs at the Pro Bowl this year in Orlando. Congrats out to third year veteran Chelsea. Chelsea earned her Bachelors [...]
The Atlanta Braves have had discussions with the Tampa Bay Rays regarding starting pitcher Chris Archer, according to Jon Morosi of MLB Network. Archer, 28, started 33 games for the Rays this season, going 9-19 with a 4.02 ERA, 1.24 WHIP and 233 strikeouts in 201.1 innings pitched. More to follow. You can follow Timothy Rapp on Twitter. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
The World Series is over and, as a result, MLB's offseason has officially begun. We've already seen a pair of trades go down, with the Cincinnati Reds sending pitcher John Lamb to the Tampa Bay Rays for cash, and Detroit shipping outfielder...Show More Summary
Chris Archer will again be going from the mound to the media this October. The Tampa Bay Rays’ pitcher contributed to ESPN’s postseason coverage last fall and won praise for his fresh perspective, and he’ll be back for Games 1, 2, and...Show More Summary
Alexei Ramirez had four hits, including a 10th-inning double before scoring, and the Tampa Bay Rays ended another losing season with a 6-4 victory over the AL West champion Texas Rangers on Sunday.
Colby Lewis lost his fifth straight start in the right-hander's tuneup for the playoffs, allowing Corey Dickerson's three-run homer in the Tampa Bay Rays' 4-1 victory over the Texas Rangers on Saturday night.
Todd Frazier hit his 40th home run, Miguel Gonzalez waited out a rain delay to throw 8 1/3 dominant innings and the Chicago White Sox edged the Tampa Bay Rays 1-0 on soggy Wednesday night.
The Tampa Bay Rays helped White Sox pitcher Chris Sale match his best record, and they moved a step closer to one of their worst records in years.
Melky Cabrera and Leury Garcia homered to back Chris Sale and the Chicago White Sox routed the sloppy Tampa Bay Rays 13-6 on Tuesday night.
James Shields pitched six effective innings for his first win in two months, Justin Morneau and Carlos Sanchez each hit a two-run homer and the Chicago White Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 7-1 on Monday night.
Watching on television, through the eye of the center field camera, the pitch looks unhittable. Standing at home plate, with a bat in your hands, it looks just about the same. "A devastating pitch," Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria said. Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox are on a cloud nine as they cruise their way into the playoffs. On Sunday, the team faced off against the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field and left with a 3-2 victory, sweeping the 3-game series as they gear up to face hated rival New York Yankees. After the game, […]