The Tampa Bay Rays have re-signed reliever Juan Carlos Oviedo to a $1.5 million, one-year contract.
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Outgoing Mayor Bill Foster's views are not shared by everyone working at City Hall.
Despite his August promise to intervene in the Rays' Stadium Saga, Commissioner Bud Selig told reporters on Thursday that he has no plans to get involved in negotiations right now, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
Myers took home the American League prize after putting up impressive offensive numbers in barely half a season.
Outfielder David DeJesus has agreed to a $10.5 million, two-year contract with the Tampa Bay Rays.
Four years ago, Bill Foster's win over Kathleen Ford in the St. Pete mayoral race was a "win" for the Tampa Bay Rays since Ford basically refused to negotiate with the team on a new stadium...
Two Rays rookies are up for the big award next Monday.
The Tampa Bay Rays have declined a $2 million club option on reliever Juan Oviedo for next season.
The four Tampa Bay Rays' infielders, who were named finalists for Gold Glove awards, were all shut out of the final vote.
The last Rays home game during the regular season had the Trop about half full -- around 18,000 fans. And a number like that is what may be changing people's minds when it comes to talk of a new stadium across the Bay.
The entire infield of the Tampa Bay Rays
could earn Gold Glove awards, as the finalists for the 2013 honors were
Rays' minor league pitcher Taylor Guerrieri has been suspended for 50-games.
A person familiar with the situation says the Chicago Cubs were interviewing Tampa Bay Rays bench coach Dave Martinez for their manager's job.
The Chicago White Sox say they have acquired two minor league players and cash from Tampa Bay to complete the deal that sent reliever Jesse Crain to the Rays in July.
Rays' bench coach Dave Martinez will interview for the Chicago Cubs' manager's job later this week.
ESPN.com kept on beating the dead horse that is Rays' attendance this week, with a commentary titled, "Trop is a home-field disadvantage." It's actually a relatively fair assessment of the situation in Tampa Bay, but of course, the national audience could draw some false conclusions.
Rays' star pitcher David Price told reporters he expects the Rays to trade him in the off-season.
It's the talk of the town - the home run people can't stop talking about. The winning play sailed across the Trop and plunged into the touch-tank, making the home of these gentle sea creatures national news.
The game was a showcase of pitching depth - and two teams that were defining it in different ways.
It's as much a tradition as the game of baseball itself - grabbing a bite to eat at the ballpark!
The Rays cut Boston's lead in the best-of-5 AL division series to 2-1. *Tickets are still available - and the first pitch will be thrown at 8:37 p.m.*
Myers took an awkward swing on a foul ball in the seventh inning and grabbed the area around the left calf Monday night.
Here's how the Rays' play this past week and this past season show good signs for tonight's must-win home playoff game.
All around Tropicana Field, folks are getting ready for the Rays' return home, even in some unexpected places.
David Price's personal Twitter controversy is over... until next spring.
Not that it will be easy to overcome a 2-0 deficit in the best-of-5 AL division series matchup that resumes Monday night at Tropicana Field.
The Rays will need a victory in Game 3 on Monday in St. Petersburg to avoid a sweep.
Five cities since in eight days, all on the road, nearly all of them must-wins, the last three win or go home. Here's how the Rays have done on their big road trips this season. Go RAYS!
Whatever happened in right field Friday afternoon at Fenway Park, it doesn't account for the Tampa Bay Rays losing their grip on fundamental baseball.
The Tampa Bay Rays have announced the players who will be available to play in the ALDS playoff games against the Boston Red Sox.
Game 3 of the ALDS is scheduled for Monday, October 7 at Tropicana Field, and if needed, Game 4 will be held Tuesday, October 8.
High-octane fastballs light up the radar gun and juice up fans -- but for big league hitters?
St. Petersburg Mayor Bill Foster has declared October as "Month of the Rays.