Steve Slowinski


Steve Slowinski is a baseball writer, specializing in analysis, statistics, and the Tampa Bay Rays. He currently manages the sabermetric glossary at, and has contributed pieces to DRaysBay,, and the St. Petersburg Times in the past.


Trade aftermath: Projecting the Rays 2013 roster


The Rays have had a busy 2013 off-season so far, but where do they go from here? What holes do they still have on their roster?

Meet the new 2013 Rays outfielder: Wil Myers


There's a new player in town, and his name is Awesome.

Blockbuster: James Shields traded to the Royals


The Tampa Bay Rays have been looking to trade at least one of their starting pitchers all off-season, and they have finally found a suitor. Late on Sunday night, news broke that the Rays have...

Rays avoid arbitration with Sean Rodriguez


From Roger Mooney, Tampa Tribune: #Rays agree to terms with Rodriguez on one year, $1 million deal to avoid arbitration. — RMooneyTBO (@RMooneyTBO) December 4, 2012 As noted on MLB Trade...

The Rays Tank: Fangraphs Talks To Taylor Guerrieri


Taylor Guerrieri was the Rays top draft pick in 2011, and after a superb season down in the New York-Penn League, he's in the running for the title of the Rays top pitching. In fact, he was just...

Who else will be on the Rays in 2022?

Just how far away is 2022? One heckuva long time.

The Rays, Evan Longoria, and a shifting paradigm


The financial landscape of baseball is changing rapidly, and the Tampa Bay Rays just took advantage.

The Rays Tank: J.P Howell drawing interest

A roundup of some of the most recent rumors surrounding the Rays.

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