Season Preview 2015
Who is Enderson Franco?
Enderson Franco may not be too well-known today, but his solid results could change that quickly
Who is Cristian Toribio?
Cristian Toribio may not be too well-known today, but his all-around game could change that quickly
Who is Bralin Jackson?
Bralin Jackson may not be too well-known today, but his athleticism could change that quickly
Rays season preview: Jake McGee
McGee has emerged as one of the best closers in baseball, despite having only one pitch. But that one pitch is incredible.
MLB teams as Game of Thrones characters
Baseball is here and winter is coming...but when the dust settles on 2015, who will sit on MLB's Iron Throne?
John Jaso: DH, Outfielder, Leadoff Hitter
The Rays have a long and storied tradition of terrible designated hitters. Can John Jaso keep the tradition going?
Rays Season Preview: James Loney
Tampa Bay's astonishingly consistent first baseman looks to regain his defensive form in 2015
Tank: Five Questions for 2015
Suffice it to say, this is the perfect opportunity for the team to exceed those expectations, however great they may be, while quietly defying the critics who think Kevin Cash's boys will be irrelevant in 2015.
Who is Jacob Faria?
Jacob Faria may not be too well-known today, but his consistent results could change that quickly
Bobby Wilson, backup catcher prototype
Bobby Wilson is an out machine, at the dish and behind it.
Who is Jaime Schultz?
Jaime Schultz may not be too well-known today, but his stuff could change that quickly
Rays rotation takes shape
Nate Karns named "number two starter" but I'm not sure that matters.
Rays Season Preview: Chris Archer
The young right-handed fireballer looks to take another step forwarding 2015
Player profile: Ernesto Frieri
Can the former top reliever Ernesto Frieri bounce back with the Rays in 2015?
Rays Player profile: Brad Boxberger
Brad Boxberger had an excellent year in 2014. With Jake McGee out of the picture for the beginning of the 2015 season, the California-native may have a good chance to claim the closer spot, at least for now.
Rays Season Preview: Jeff Beliveau
Let's continue with the bullpen outlook for 2015 with 28-year old lefty reliever Jeff Beliveau, who will probably enter his first "full" season with the Tampa Bay Rays.
Rays Season Preview: Logan Forsythe
The versatile infielder and pinch-hitter looks to regain his form in 2015.