Rays Prospects

MLB.com's Top 100 tabs three Rays prospects

Jake Odorizzi, Hak-Ju Lee, and Taylor Guerrieri named in lower 50; catcher Nick Ciuffo on the outside looking in.

2014 Minor league rotation guesses

There's over two months until minor league baseball starts, but I'll still take a shot at guessing what the minor league rotations might look like

2014 DRB community prospect recap: #1-6

Unlike previous years, there is little consensus among fans about who should be at the top of the organization

DRaysBay prospect primer

Interested in the community prospect voting but don't follow prospects as much as some others? This crash course could be for you

Who is Jerry Sands?

Jerry Sands has been nomadic over the past year or so. Originally drafted by the Dodgers in the 25th round and primarily a first baseman, Sands found his way to the major league level in 2011 as an...

2013 Prospects in Review: RHRP (2)

Minor league relievers face an uphill battle, but there is a potential top 30 prospect on the list this week


A Look at Drafting and Developing

There's been some talk here debating how the Rays stack up against other teams when it comes to drafting and developing players. I decided to take a look. In order to cut the universe of players to...

Todd Glaesman is the PTBNL headed to Arizona

After a disappointing 2013 season, Todd Glaesmann is headed to Arizona to complete the three team trade between Tampa Bay, Arizona and Cincinnati

Baseball America releases Rays' top 10 prospects

The industry leader weighed in on the organization's top prospects, and there are some surprises

2013 Prospects in Review: RHRP (1)

Not many of these players will ever wear a Rays uniform in a regular season game, but they do have the brother of a well known NBA player

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