Rays Analysis

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...

James Loney returns to Tampa Bay

Appreciating the defensive wonder and line drive hitting of James Loney, the Rays first baseman for three years to come.

Alex Cobb, Rays Ace?

Alex Cobb might have flown under the radar in 2013, but the 26 year-old hurler had an excellent season. It's time for David Price to pass the torch, Alex Cobb is the true Rays ace.


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...

Matt Moore's Control Problems

Matt Moore got two fourth place votes in the CY Young voting even though the lefty had a pretty mediocre year. Can he live up to his potential in 2014 or will control problems continue to hamper him?

Doug Fister, Trade Value, and the market for Price

Not all trades are created equal, and a Price trade should be as far removed in your mind from the Fister trade as possible.

Gauging Interest in David Price, Part 8

Ranking the eleven offers extended for David Price over the course of this survey by surplus value.

Trades Involving Starting Pitchers

What does recent history tell us about a possible David Price trade?

2013 Prospects in Review: LHSP

The results of the left handed starting pitchers were a mixed bag this past season.

Wil Myers and rookie of the year regression

Or why the award is not indicative of future performance.

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