The Tampa Bay Rays have one of the most fluid bullpens in baseball having acquired several experienced arms and with closer Jake McGee heading to the DL, but they could still be one of the best.
After coming over from the Detroit Tigers, Drew Smyly was very impressive in seven starts with the Tampa Bay Rays. He may be primed for an even bigger 2015.
Kevin Kiermaier had a surprisingly nice rookie season for the Tampa Bay Rays, and while it was likely too good to be true, he is still a good player.
Jake Odorizzi performed about as expected in 2014, but he showed flashes of brilliance that could lead to a breakout in 2015.
The Tampa Bay Rays have a good bullpen heading into 2015, and a rebound year from Grant Balfour could turn it into one of the best in baseball.
Tim Beckham's career has been filled with disappointment, but the former first overall pick can still be a solid piece of the Tampa Bay Rays' roster in 2015. See how here.
Sometimes prospects do not get the attention they deserve, and that is the case with Tampa Bay Rays catching prospect Luke Maile, who could soon make a big league impact.
The Tampa Bay Rays lineup could use some help and Steven Souza could be a nice tonic in 2015.
The Tampa Bay Rays had a weakness at catcher in 2014, and despite revamping that position this offseason, another addition is necessary.
The Tampa Bay Rays' minor league system may be nothing too special, but their group of middle infielders is paralleled by none.