Tampa Bay Rays rumors
The two-time Cy Young Award winner joins his fourth team in four seasons.
Franco will be guaranteed $182 million and could earn up to $223 million.
The Rays take a high school infielder with their second pick.
The Rays’ ace suffers a injury that puts the rest of his season in doubt.
The Rays deal a key member of their AL pennant-winning core.
The AL champs bring back their starting catcher.
Lowe, who has struggled to get consistent at-bats in Tampa, should get a bigger opportunity in Texas.
In a time-honored tradition, the Rays voluntarily parted ways with two of their most impactful postseason performers.
Chapman gets disciplined after throwing a 101 MPH pitch at the head of the Rays’ Mike Brosseau.
The Rays select the young right-hander, who played just two seasons of varsity baseball.
The Rays add to their surplus of center fielders while dealing their closer.
One of the top pitching prospects in baseball is heading to the Cardinals organization.
Bloom will have the chance to bring his small-market creativity to a big-market franchise.
The Marlins get The Opener™️ in a four-player deal from the Rays.
Snell’s career-worst season takes another unfortunate turn.
The No. 4 overall pick in the 2017 MLB Draft is set to make his major-league debut this weekend.
In a bizarre turn of events, the Rays could begin splitting their seasons between Tampa/St. Pete and Montreal.
Toronto’s top prospect will make long-anticipated debut against the Athletics.
The reigning AL Cy Young winner is expected to miss only one start.
Extension SZN continues, with last year’s AL Cy Young winner being the latest player to get rewarded.
The Dodgers will once again try to turn another team’s unheralded reliever into a key member of their bullpen.
This weekend a good one if you love baseball, hate nonsense, and are finally glad the Mets signed a danged catcher.
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From unwanted to World Series MVP, follow your dreams and you could Steve Pearce yourself too. Also, remember this nice calm time fondly once the trade deals start flying.