Right-hander Jose De Leon has become the second Rays pitching prospect in less than a month to have Tommy John surgery.
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The Tampa Bay Rays released pitcher Dustin McGowan from his minor league contract.
Right-hander Jose De Leon is the Rays' second top prospect to suffer a major elbow injury this spring training.
Rays manager Kevin Cash said he's going to try to use just four starting pitchers on normal rest, with a "bullpen day" slotted for every fifth day.
In an excerpt from the book "Try Not to Suck: The Exceptional, Extraordinary Baseball Life of Joe Maddon," Chicago's skipper reflects on the feeling of knowing that his relief pitcher gaffe nearly cost the Cubs a championship.
The Tampa Bay Rays have traded infielder Ryan Schimpf to the Atlanta Braves in for a player to be named or cash.
The Tampa Bay Rays have finalized a $4 million, one-year contract with free-agent outfielder Carlos Gomez, who likely will move into the right-field job vacated when Steven Souza Jr. was traded to Arizona last month.
Everyone talks about Tampa and Pittsburgh not spending, but the bigger issue is that neither of them has been good recently at developing players.
From the Cubs' ace not enough people notice to the AL's answer to Nolan Arenado, these under-the-radar guys help teams win.
The Major League Baseball Players Association has filed a grievance against the Marlins, Athletics, Pirates and Rays, accusing the teams of failing to appropriately spend revenue-sharing money.
Pitching prospect Brent Honeywell will miss the entire 2018 season for the Rays after tearing the ulnar collateral ligament in his right arm.
Rays pitching prospect Brent Honeywell left the mound during a live batting practice session with what the team diagnosed as a right forearm strain.
Corey Dickerson, an AL All-Star selection in 2017 who hit a career-high 27 home runs for the Rays, has been traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates.
The Tampa Bay Rays have agreed to a one-year, $4 million deal with outfielder Carlos Gomez, MLB.com reported Wednesday.
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Brian Cashman says "we paid a heavy price" in giving up Nick Solak and Taylor Widener for Brandon Drury. The trade was "made with a lot of angst." He said 10 to 15 teams had asked about Solak this offseason and the depth of the minor league system allowed them to make the deal.
Marc Topkin of The Tampa Bay Times talks to Buster Olney about whether the Rays will definitively commit to "tanking" this season in light of recent events and more.
The Yankees have added versatile infielder Brandon Drury via a three-team trade with Arizona and Tampa Bay. Steven Souza Jr. heads to the Diamondbacks, with the Rays acquiring two prospects and two players to be named.
Rays outfielder Kevin Kiermaier says he is "100 percent frustrated and very upset" by the team's decisions to part ways with Corey Dickerson and Jake Odorizzi.
Evan Longoria, who played for 10 seasons with the Rays, is disheartened by Tampa Bay's treatment of Corey Dickerson, whom the team DFA'd over the weekend: "The guy was an All-Star last year. It just doesn't make sense to me."
The Tampa Bay Rays traded starting pitcher Jake Odorizzi to the Minnesota Twins in exchange for minor league infielder Jermaine Palacios.
Chris Archer believes the Tampa Bay Rays are capable of having the best rotation in the major leagues. Archer was 10-12 with a 4.07 ERA a year ago when he worked at least 200 innings for the third consecutive season.
Cleveland's Trevor Bauer, Houston's Collin McHugh and Tampa Bay's Jake Odorizzi have won their salary arbitration cases. Toronto's Marcus Stroman and Minnesota's Kyle Gibson have lost. The decisions for the pitchers leave players with an 11-8 advantage.