1. O'Conner Headlines Talented Group of Rays Prospects in AFL

    Teams have to be patient with high-school hitters taken in the Draft. Not everyone can be a Mike Trout or Bryce Harper in terms of their rapid progression to the big leagues...

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  2. With Friedman Gone, Silverman Will Write Next Chapter

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  3. Former Rays Exec Andrew Friedman: Dodgers Won't Pursue Joe Maddon

    Departed top Rays baseball executive Andrew Friedman did his best to further quell speculation that manager Joe Maddon will follow him to the Dodgers , saying Friday that Don Mattingly ...

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  4. Rays Name Neander, Bloom VPs of Baseball Ops

    The Rays have promoted executives Erik Neander and Chaim Bloom to the title of vice president of baseball operations. Each longtime member of the Tampa Bay front office had previously served as a director of baseball operations...

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  5. Rays Sign Reliever Michael Kohn to One-Yearc Ontract

    In the first move of the post-Andrew Friedman Era, the Rays announced this evening that they have signed reliever Michael Kohn to a one-year, major league contract...

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  6. Rays Sign Michael Kohn to Major League Deal

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  7. New Rays President Optimistic About Stadium Talks

    ST. PETERSBURG — On his first full day as president of the Tampa Bay Rays , Brian Auld was openly hopeful about what is likely to be the most daunting challenge of his tenure: getting a deal in place for a new stadium...

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  8. Matt Silverman Says Rays Intend to Keep Joe Maddon

    ST. PETERSBURG — Until and if the Rays sign manager Joe Maddon to another multiseason extension, there will be speculation that he eventually will join departed top executive Andrew Friedman with the Dodgers ...

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  9. Rays' Vision Still Lives with Matt Silverman Minus Andrew Friedman

    In his first day as the Tampa Bay Rays ' president of baseball operations, Matt Silverman spent about 10 hours with his head pressed against a phone...

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  10. Maddon Stresses He Wants to Remain Rays Manager

    ST. PETERSBURG -- Joe Maddon got the news of Andrew Friedman's move to the Dodgers Tuesday afternoon while southbound in his motorhome driving along the east coast of the United States...

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  11. Andrew Friedman to LA: Reactions Around the Internet

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  12. The Tampa Bay Rays Need to Trade Matt Joyce

    Like most players on the Tampa Bay Rays roster, Matt Joyce struggled in 2014. The difference for Joyce, however, is that this is not a new thing...

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  13. With Andrew Friedman's Departure, Tampa Bay Rays Shake Up Front Office

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 7 days ago 47 reads 0 comments

  14. Longoria, Zobrist Part of MLB Team Touring Japan

    The Rays two top position players, 3B Evan Longoria and INF/OF Ben Zobrist, are set to be part of the MLB All-Star team that will tour Japan in mid-November and play seven games....

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  15. Silverman Replaces Friedman to Head Front Office

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  16. For Friedman, Rays Remain Nice Fit

    There may well be a time when Andrew Friedman decides he has had enough of the increasingly uphill battle the Rays fight and is ready for a different challenge...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 9 days ago 52 reads 0 comments

  17. How Long Will Maddon Stay with Rays?

    ST. PETERSBURG — Baseball's postseason began Tuesday. No Rays . A “weird, awkward” season is how Rays manager Joe Maddon described it as he and Rays GM Andrew Friedman met media for a postmortem at Tropicana Field...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 16 days ago 247 reads 0 comments

  18. Confident in Core, Rays Look to Fix Offensive Woes

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 16 days ago 194 reads 0 comments

  19. Rays Expect to Tweak Rather Than Overhaul Roster

    ST. PETERSBURG — In the aftermath of their worst season in seven years, Rays executive vice president Andrew Friedman said he doesn't believe they need to make many changes for next season to be one of their best...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 21 days ago 213 reads 0 comments

  20. Rays Beat: Season of Promise Goes Awry

    It was on the night of Aug. 15 when Alex Cobb, Brad Boxberger and Joel Peralta combined to shut out the Yankees in a victory that finally pushed their record to .500 when the 2014 season really got away from the Rays ...

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  21. Longo Focused on Improving at Plate in '15

    Rays manager Joe Maddon has talked a lot lately about the lack of offense in baseball and that the Rays are looking to uncover something new to help give them an offensive edge...

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  22. Maddon Entering Final Year of Contract

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  23. Rays Prospect Colome Stifles Tribe

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  24. Archer Hungers for More Success

    It was a crisp autumn night, the kind associated with important late-season baseball games, and there was Chris Archer, in control of the moment against an Indians team scuffling to remain alive in the wild-card race...

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  25. Hellickson, Rays Lose to Red Sox

    BOSTON — If Thursday was RHP Jeremy Hellickson's last start for the Rays before being traded, it wasn't much of a fond farewell.....

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