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Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred, in an phone interview with The Tampa Tribune, said he shares the vision of Rays owner Stuart Sternberg that a major league franchise can thrive in the Tampa Bay area.
Updated: 17 hours ago
TAMPA — On the surface, maybe even a little under it, it’s been a bad week for a Rays future in Tampa Bay.
TAMPA — Before the Tampa Bay Rays ever put bat to ball, Tropicana Field and Tampa Bay’s yearning for a ball club was the threat used by team owners unhappy with their stadium.
New commissioner Rob Manfred offered a solution to halt the sport's declining offense: eliminating a longtime Rays strategy that has spread throughout baseball.
Rob Manfred, Major League Baseball’s new commissioner, said big league baseball could succeed in Montreal.
The top three rated prospects in the Tampa Bay Rays’ farm system where not in the organization before the July 31 trade deadline.
ST. PETERSBURG — Is this the year Tim Beckham finally fits into the Tampa Bay Rays plans?
CHICAGO — Even as the Chicago Cubs lost one game after another, Ernie Banks never lost hope.
The Rays have promoted Jared Sandberg to manage their Triple-A club in Durham, replacing Charlie Montoyo, who recently joined new Tampa Bay manager Kevin Cash as third-base coach.
Offseason transactions were aimed at shedding salary, yes. But they also addressed a farm system that was in need of some high-end, upper-level prospects and made the big-league roster a little younger.
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