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PORT CHARLOTTE — They call it “The Thing.” It is kind of a splitter, kind of a change-up. It has some speed, but not a lot, and it drops at the end.
PORT CHARLOTTE – This afternoon’s Rays-Orioles game has been rained out.
FORT MYERS – Add Cesar Ramos’ name to the list of candidates for the fifth starter’s spot in the Tampa Bay Rays rotation.
Rays long reliever Cesar Ramos might not pitch for several games in a row and then get the call in a tight game, but he loves his role on the team.
PORT CHARLOTTE — This is the story of baseball and of Twitter and Twitter friends and a dream coming true.
The U.S. Special Operations Command Parachute Team will deliver the first pitch baseball before the Tampa Bay Rays' Friday spring training game against the Baltimore Orioles at Charlotte Sports Park.
Rays manager Joe Maddon sees there are opportunities during a game to ask for an instant replay, but wonders how that will sit with umpires trying to speed up play.
PORT CHARLOTTE — Grant Balfour’s first car was a Holden Astra, a practical ride given to him by his grandparents when he was 16.
PORT CHARLOTTE – Tampa Bay Rays principal owner Stuart Sternberg made his first trip to Charlotte Sports Park on Tuesday and took a few minutes to answer question on the usual topics – payroll, the stadium is...
Rays star third baseman Evan Longoria reports to spring training happy with the offseason moves, and ready to accept the responsibility of being the veteran leader.
Rays first baseman James Loney is glad to have a three-year deal with the team and wants to win more with his teammates.
Young fans will have lots to enjoy at the Tampa Bay Rays Fan Fest on Saturday, including reading with players, getting tips from coaches and playing home run derby.
Half of the Tampa Bay Rays’ starting infield reported to camp this morning for spring training when James Loney and Evan Longoria arrived in Port Charlotte.
PORT CHARLOTTE — Alex Cobb looked around the Tampa Bay Rays clubhouse in Port Charlotte on Friday morning, saw teammate David Price at his locker and a locker for James Loney and felt what?
PORT CHARLOTTE — Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon was talking after Saturday’s workout about the atmosphere surrounding his ballclubs, how fewer rules lead to more discipline, how he doesn’t care mu...
The Rays signed left-hander Eric Bedard to a minor-league contract with an invite to spring training.
The Tampa Bay Rays start spring training Saturday and look for another strong year from their starting rotation, which helped the team win 92 games and the AL Wild Card last season.