If you like relief pitchers, this seems to be the draft for you
The No. 13 overall selection will join the GCL Rays.
The Rays drafted four hitters among their top five picks
How much did they sign for? Where will they play?
Fun facts abound.
The 2015 MLB draft in review.
The picks kept rolling for the Rays on Tuesday.
This junior in college missed the season with back surgery, but is a year removed from a World Series run.
Left handed hitting college 2B is known for his bat above anything else.
Rays draft high school catcher at No. 52, find a first round talent.
Rays make solid choice by drafting a smart, toolsy, projectable outfielder at No. 13.
Teams look to fill out their depth chart and maybe grab a player that fell today
The Rays go back to the high school catcher well
Garrett Whitley has good all-around tools and is not as raw as you might think
Andy Sonnanstine, bad Harold Reynolds comps and two Rays picks
These pitchers may not have big fastballs or breaking balls, but they can spot their pitches and mix them up
Power is at a premium, and it is usually found at these positions
These pitchers boast big fastballs or swing-and-miss inducing breaking balls
The Rays like drafting athletes, and they're usually at these positions
Andrew Benintendi, CF, Arkansas
As we approach the 2016 draft, here's a look back at some of the best draft choices in Rays history.