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2018 Schedule
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20m

Rays prospect Honeywell to undergo TJ surgery

Pitching prospect Brent Honeywell will miss the entire 2018 season for the Rays after tearing the torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right arm.

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2d

Rays prospect Honeywell sidelined by forearm

Rays pitching prospect Brent Honeywell left the mound during a live batting practice session with what the team diagnosed as a right forearm strain.

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Brian Cashman says "we paid a heavy price" in giving up Nick Solak and Taylor Widener for Brandon Drury. The trade was "made with a lot of angst." He said 10 to 15 teams had asked about Solak this offseason and the depth of the minor league system allowed them to make the deal.

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4d

Trade sends Drury to Yanks, Souza to D-backs

The Yankees have added versatile infielder Brandon Drury via a three-team trade with Arizona and Tampa Bay. Steven Souza Jr. heads to the Diamondbacks, with the Rays acquiring two prospects and two players to be named.

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Players voice frustration with Rays' offseason moves (1:10)
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5d

Kiermaier 'very upset' with Rays' recent moves

Rays outfielder Kevin Kiermaier says he is "100 percent frustrated and very upset" by the team's decisions to part ways with Corey Dickerson and Jake Odorizzi.

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6dJerry Crasnick

Longoria disappointed in Corey Dickerson DFA

Evan Longoria, who played for 10 seasons with the Rays, is disheartened by Tampa Bay's treatment of Corey Dickerson, whom the team DFA'd over the weekend: "The guy was an All-Star last year. It just doesn't make sense to me."

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7d

Archer: Rays could have best rotation in majors

Chris Archer believes the Tampa Bay Rays are capable of having the best rotation in the major leagues. Archer was 10-12 with a 4.07 ERA a year ago when he worked at least 200 innings for the third consecutive season.

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9d

Three pitchers win arbitration cases, two lose

Cleveland's Trevor Bauer, Houston's Collin McHugh and Tampa Bay's Jake Odorizzi have won their salary arbitration cases. Toronto's Marcus Stroman and Minnesota's Kyle Gibson have lost. The decisions for the pitchers leave players with an 11-8 advantage.

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10d

Avisail Garcia gets $6.7M from ChiSox

Chicago White Sox outfielder Avisail Garcia won his salary arbitration case against the team and will get a raise to $6.7 million instead of the club's $5.85 million offer.

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Chris Archer letter (1:40)
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14d

RHP Geltz among 4 banned for drug violations

Former Tampa Bay pitcher Steve Geltz, currently on Philadelphia's Triple-A roster, was banned 100 games after a third positive test for a drug of abuse. Three other minor leaguers drew 50-game suspensions.

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15d

Rays owner wants team's new home in Tampa

Tampa Bay Rays owner Stuart Sternberg said at a news conference Friday that the team would focus its ballpark search on a 14-acre site in the Ybor City neighborhood of Tampa. The team currently plays in St. Petersburg.

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18dJeff Sullivan

MLB's best up-and-coming players for 2018

Andrew Benintendi is among a group of young players who made good first impressions in 2017 but have a chance to raise their games and become stars this season.

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20d

Giles, Hechavarria win arbitration; Osuna loses

Players are 5-2 in arbitration this year after Houston closer Ken Giles and Tampa Bay shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria have won their cases and Toronto closer Roberto Osuna lost his.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs122nd
Batting Average.294Tied-7th
On Base Percentage.36410th
Slugging Percentage.4859th
Earned Run Average2.557th
Quality Starts0Tied-1st
WHIP1.4215th
BAA.24215th