The Rays, Padres and Nationals have finalized an 11-player trade that sent 2013 AL Rookie of the Year Wil Myers from Tampa Bay to San Diego and outfielder Steven Souza Jr. from Washington to the Rays.
A busy offseason continued on Friday, as the Tampa Bay Rays officially shipped outfielder Wil Myers to the San Diego Padres. The Padres announced the full details of the blockbuster deal: The team announced this afternoon that they have...Show More Summary
St. Petersburg's city council rejected an agreement with the Tampa Bay Rays that would have allowed the team to seek new stadium sites while providing the MLB franchise an out from its lease with the city that locks them into Tropicana Field through 2027. Read more...
The Tampa Bay Rays stunned the baseball world Wednesday, agreeing to trade 2013 American League Rookie of the Year Wil Myers to the San Diego Padres as part of a three-team deal with the Washington Nationals, according to The Associated...Show More Summary
Hey, remember how clever the Tampa Bay Rays looked when they traded for Wil Myers two winters ago? Remember how they looked even smarter after he won the 2013 American League Rookie of the Year? Yeah, well, now it sounds like it's their turn to trade him. Show More Summary
The Padres might want to buy low on a cost-controlled outfielder and the Rays are listening. The Tampa Bay Rays have discussed a trade involving outfielder Wil Myers with the San Diego Padres, according to SB Nation's Chris Cotillo. The Rays have specifically asked about pitchers R.J. Show More Summary
The Angels added a primary designated hitter, a possible No. 2 hitter, some outfield depth and balance to the lineup with Tuesday’s acquisition of Matt Joyce from the Tampa Bay Rays for veteran reliever Kevin Jepsen.
The Los Angeles Angels have upgraded their already-potent offense by acquiring outfielder Matt Joyce from the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for relief pitcher Kevin Jepsen. Details of the trade were confirmed by the Angels on Twitter: The move does serve two purposes for the Angels. Show More Summary
Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Wil Myers is reportedly on the trading block, as the 23-year-old budding star could command a lot of value in a potential deal this winter. Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times has the latest buzz on Myers from Tuesday: About a half-dozen teams have called the Rays about Myers [...]Show More Summary
The Rays may finally get the modern stadium they have long-needed.
St. Petersburg mayor Rick Kriseman has granted the Tampa Bay Rays the freedom to search for a new stadium site in Hillsborough County, Florida, should the team leave prior to its contract with Tropicana Field ending in 2027. According...Show More Summary
Even though Kevin Cash has no experience in the role, he will feel right at home as manager of the Tampa Bay Rays.
The small-market Tampa Bay Rays named Kevin Cash as their manager on Friday with the hopes that Major League Baseball's youngest skipper can turn around a team coming off their first losing season in seven years.
Kevin Cash is the new manager of the Tampa Bay Rays.
After a lengthy and thorough search, the Tampa Bay Rays have reportedly chosen Kevin Cash to become the fifth manager in team history. The decision was initially reported by Ken Rosenthal of FoxSports.com: Joe Maddon shocked the baseball...Show More Summary
In a typical three hour game at Ray Jay Stadium I follow the players for 60 minutes of game action. The rest of the time I photograph the sideline dancing of the talented Tampa Bay Buccaneer Cheerleaders. I think that’s a perfect ratio for a sunny and pleasant afternoon. The TBBC are delivering as promised, [...]
The Buccaneers and Rays are just two of the local teams currently taking advantage of free homeless labor, a report from the Tampa Bay Times reveals. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Lightning and Rays are among the local Tampa organizations currently benefiting from free homeless labor, according to a report from Will Hobson of the Tampa Bay Times. Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Rays on Friday narrowed its managerial search down to three candidates, with Don Wakamatsu, Kevin Cash and Raul Ibanez named finalists to replace Joe Maddon at the helm. The Rays will interview each of the three finalists in person during the week of Dec. Show More Summary
Raul Ibanez, Kevin Cash and Don Wakamatsu are the finalists to replace Joe Maddon as manager of the Tampa Bay Rays.
Reliever Joel Peralta was acquired by the Los Angeles Dodgers from the Tampa Bay Rays as part of a four-player trade.