- Minor League Baseball cuts hundreds of players amid pandemic, sources say - Jeff Passan, ESPN: A dark day for minor league baseball
- What sweeping cuts mean for minor league baseball and its players - Bradford Doolittle and Jesse Rogers, ESPN: It’s not good.
- “A War Zone Out There”: Teams Are Apparently Releasing Tons of Minor Leaguers Right Now - Brett Taylor, Bleacher Nation: Rays among several other teams to make minor league player cuts, but unknown at this time just how many.
- Major League Baseball players union wants 100 games, full prorated salaries: reports - New York Daily News: A counter offer to try and find some room to proceed with a season.
- Rays paying Minor Leaguers through June - Juan Toribio, MLB.com: In better news, the Rays are among a few teams to confirm extension of the stipends.
- The Rays organization is entering e-sports, via the Rowdies platform.
- Get to know Glasnow:
:— Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) May 28, 2020
Starring a tall Glas of water pic.twitter.com/mP5aOJeG4V
- Baz back at it:
All there is to do is work. Taking it one day at a time. FB CH CB SL pic.twitter.com/FC7NKxcyhX— Shane Baz (@thewizardofbaz) May 28, 2020
- Today is Rays History:
On this day, 2017:— Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) May 29, 2020
Erasmo finished one game (the day before), then started the next game pic.twitter.com/oHnqqC2dtz
- He shouldn’t have to be the one to do it, but Price is a really good guy:
Sources: David Price will pay out of his money $ 1,000 during the month of June to each minor league player in Dodgers system (40-man roster not included) according to multiple sources. Beautiful act if we count that Price hasn't played yet in MLB with @Dodgers. RESPECT.— Francys Romero (@FrancysRomero10) May 29, 2020