Rays Dedicate Annual Pride Night To Victims Of Orlando Shooting

Rays Press Release – June 14, 2016   PETERSBURG, Fla.—The Tampa Bay Rays will dedicate Friday’s annual Pride Night to the victims of Sunday’s mass shooting in Orlando. Beginning this morning, all open … Continue Reading →

The bigger names are underperforming, but these guys are holding their own

    We have all heard the numbers about the offensive stats being down around Major League Baseball this season. There seems to be a minor drop consistently every season … Continue Reading →

David Price

Analyzing The David Price Deal A Week Later

  Tampa Bay Rays fans were understandably shocked at the news of their 5-year ace in David Price being traded just minutes before last Thursday’s non-waiver trade deadline. But the … Continue Reading →

As Rays keep winning, the trade rumors stop

  Nevermind their most recent loss to the Milwaukee Brewers — the Tampa Bay Rays are back. They finished off a magnificent July with a 5-0 loss to the Brew … Continue Reading →

The Rays still have life

    The Tampa Bay Rays are not dead yet. On June 18th, they were buried in the water with a 28-45 record, which was the worst in the American … Continue Reading →

The Rays Not Playing Like The Rays

In my opinion, Joe Maddon is the best manager in baseball.  He is a strategic genius with the National League-style way he coaches. Most importantly,  he wins. He took a … Continue Reading →

Options for the Tampa Bay Rays’ Fifth Starter

Coming into the spring of 2014, The Tamp Bay Rays had something they haven’t had in a long time–stability. David Price was staying, James Loney was resigned, much of the … Continue Reading →

Tampa Bay Rays’ Matt Moore Needs to Step Up or Step Aside

I’m sure most Tampa Bay Rays fans remember the day in October 2011, when a lanky, 22 year-old rookie was given the ball to pitch game 1 of the ALDS … Continue Reading →