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The winter meetings ended Thursday with the Rays closer to landing a first baseman and still sifting through their options with pitcher David Price.
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With the Seattle Mariners acquiring a pair of first baseman on Wednesday, Rays GM Andrew Friedman said his search could soon be coming to an end.
LAKE BUENA VISTA — Pete Rose sounded bowled over.
The Rays don't expect James Loney to return next season, and thus their search for a suitable replacement plods along.
David Price will leave Tampa Bay eventually - but there's no reason to doubt the Rays will do just fine in getting something in return, Martin Fennelly writes.
The Rays have given plenty of thought to the clear possibility of moving David Price over the offseason, and that topic is expected to dominate headlines at baseball's winter meetings.
LAKE BUENA VISTA — Tony La Russa dreamed while growing up in West Tampa of being a big league baseball player, until he realized his talent would never carry him that far. Then the dream turned to managing, and managing a big league team.
Tampa native Tony La Russa parlayed a childhood dream into baseball immortality, Martin Fennelly writes.
TAMPA — St. Petersburg has hired an attorney involved in Minnesota Twins contraction battle in preparation for negotiations with the Tampa Bay Rays.
If you follow the Rays’ model, it would appear the time is now to move David Price for an armful of prospects to keep the minor-league system stocked and save payroll.
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