Should Tampa Bay Rays Re-Sign James Loney?
The Tampa Bay Rays have too many big decisions to make this offseason regarding the future of several players. One of those players is first baseman James Loney, who proved to be an asset for the organization in 2013. Why […]
Nick Franklin Is Not A Fit For Tampa Bay Rays
After signing Robinson Cano to a monster $240 million contract, the Seattle Mariners have put SS/2B Nick Franklin on the trade market. So far, the two teams that have been linked to the infielder the most are the New York […]
Tampa Bay Rays Should Offer Wil Myers a Contract Extension
Wil Myers burst onto the major league scene last June in Tampa, stealing the AL Rookie of the Year award away from Jose Iglesias and Myers’ teammate Chris Archer. Myers, 23, looks to be a star in the making which […]
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Tampa Bay Rays 2014 Spring Training Profile: James Loney
Drafted in the first round of the 2002 amateur draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers, James Loney has had an underrated career. Since being drafted, the first baseman has played for three different teams: the Dodgers, the Boston Red Sox […]
Tampa Bay Rays 2014 Spring Training Profile: Alex Colome
Alex Colome was signed by the Tampa Bay Rays back when they were still the Devil Rays in 2007 out of the Dominican Republic. The 24-year-old Colome has dutifully gone through each level of the minors, and 2013 was his […]
Tampa Bay Rays 2014 Spring Training Profile: Will Myers
The Tampa Bay Rays paid a high price to get right fielder Will Myers from the Kansas City Royals. Acquiring Myers cost the Rays an established front-line starter in James Shields, who struck out 448 batters and won 31 games […]
Gauging the Chicago Cubs’ Interest in David Price
With the Masahiro Tanaka derby over, attention can now be turned back to the David Price market. What market is left, that is, after his new deal. The Tampa Bay Rays recently avoided arbitration with Price by signing him to a one-year, $14 million […]