1. Rays Face New Era, Questions as Spring Training Opens

    The Rays have been a popular topic of discussion throughout the offseason with Matt Silverman taking over for Andrew Friedman atop baseball operations, Kevin Cash hired to replace Joe Maddon as manager, and an extensive makeover of the roster...

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  2. New Ray Kevin Jepsen Adjusting to New Environment

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  3. Rays Announce 2015 Promotions

    According to a Rays press release this morning, the team will be giving away one horrifying anthropomorphic duck, Gumby in an Alex Cobb jersey, and a bunch of other really fun things! ...

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  4. 30 Rays Already Working out in Port Charlotte

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  5. With Status Uncertain, Rays' David DeJesus Keeps Options Open

    ST. PETERSBURG — Fifteen years in pro baseball and going through a couple of trades have taught David DeJesus a few things. Among them? When you are repeatedly rumored to be dealt, as he is again, get out clauses in your leases...

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  6. Coming Home: Rays' Cash Back Where It Started for Him

    ST. PETERSBURG — Leaning against the dugout fence at Tropicana Field on the morning of the first Monday of February was Mike Cash...

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  7. Joe Maddon Confident in New Rays Manager Kevin Cash

    The former manager of the Rays knows better than anyone what the new manager is getting into. And Joe Maddon is confident Kevin Cash will do well...

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  8. Rays Season Preview: Steven Souza Jr.

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  9. For Rays' Balfour, a Heartbreaking Trip from Home

    ST. PETERSBURG — His 2014 season had been mostly a mess, and that's more politely than he would put it. Concerns about the massive makeover his Rays team was undergoing heading into 2015 would have been natural...

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  10. Chris Archer Defends the Rays

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  11. Kevin Cash Won't Tinker with Rays' Lineup Like Maddon

    Joe Maddon was known for many quirks, one of which was writing out a new permutation of his lineup seemingly every day...

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  12. Rays Manager Kevin Cash Plans More Stable Lineup

    A lot of what the Rays do under new manager Kevin Cash will be similar to how they operated under Joe Maddon, such as getting statistical input from the front office and making extensive use of defensive shifts...

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  13. Moore (Tommy John) Continues to Make Steady Progress

    ST. PETERSBURG -- Rays left-hander Matt Moore threw 15 pitches off the mound on Friday morning as he continued his rehabilitation from Tommy John surgery...

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  14. Catching? John Jaso takes a break

    ST. PETERSBURG — John Jaso will report to Rays camp this month with the rest of the catchers, like he has done the first 11 springs of his pro career...

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  15. Are the Rays Claiming They Have Proof of Joe Maddon Tampering?

    It's been a weird week for Bullets, with the way other items have played out forcing the Bullets frequently into a mid-day slot. That's extremely rare, and it's happened several days in a row...

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  16. Are the Rays Getting Snubbed by ESPN?

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  17. What the Tampa Bay Rays' Roster Might Look Like in 2018

    Every year until 2014, Baseball America's Prospect Handbook published a future roster for each team. They speculated about what the team might look like four years out...

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  18. St. Pete Mayor Upbeat About Possible New Deal with Rays

    Mayor Rick Kriseman, after meeting with Tampa Bay Rays President Brian Auld on Wednesday, was optimistic an agreement can be reached with the city council by opening day of the baseball season to allow the team to explore other stadium locations...

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  19. Rays' Desmond Jennings Says Injured Knee Feels 100 Percent

    ST. PETERSBURG — The lingering left knee soreness that kept Desmond Jennings out of the Rays lineup over the final month of season is long gone, and the outfielder said he will head into spring training at full speed...

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  20. Kriseman to Restart Talks with Rays over Stadium Search Deal

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  21. Rays Finalize Minor-League Deals with Belisario, Casilla

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Relief pitcher Ronald Belisario, infielder Alexi Casilla and left-hander Robert Zarate have agreed to minor league contracts with the Tampa Bay Rays ...

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  22. It's Not Bon Voyage to Rays, but Time to Do Something

    TAMPA — On the surface, maybe even a little under it, it's been a bad week for a Rays future in Tampa Bay...

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  23. Commissioner Manfred: Rays Can Succeed with 'Right Facility'

    New baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said he shares Stuart Sternberg's vision for Major League Baseball in Tampa Bay and believes a team can thrive in the area providing it has a proper venue...

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  24. O'Conner Leads 3 Rays Prospects on Top 100 List

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  25. Rays' Winter Workouts a Perk for Cash

    ST. PETERSBURG — One aspect of managing the Tampa Bay Rays that already appeals to Kevin Cash is the amount of players who live in the area and work out at Tropicana Field during the offseason...

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