Season Preview 2019
Breaking down the 2019 Rays offseason
Here’s everything you need to know about the Rays 2019 offseason
Tampa Bay Rays most underrated move of the offseason
The Rays locked up the biggest hole on the 2019 roster early in the off-season, and the deal deserves a second look.
Mike Zunino is the catcher you’ve been waiting for
The Rays starting backstop is poised to surprise some folks in 2019.
With several plus pitches, Hunter Wood could become a dominant reliever
His debut season was inconsistent. Can he find his "groove" in 2019?
Adam Kolarek is a puzzle
Will his unusual repertoire play in the majors? We have questions.
Tommy Pham is a dark-horse MVP candidate for 2019
In the words of JP: "It could happen."
Who should the Rays target next for a contract extension?
The team should lock down the next generation of All-Stars now.
2019 Contingency Plans for Centerfield
What are the plans if Kevin Kiermaier misses significant time?
Avisail Garcia is a perfect hedge for 2019
Whether he shares right field with Austin Meadows, earns more playing time, or falls apart, Avisail Garcia is the right bet for the Rays in 2019.
2019 Tampa Bay Rays preview: Joey Wendle is (still) good
The unheralded "stopgap" grabbed second base by the throat and Tampa Bay fans by the heartstrings.
Yandy Diaz is a mystery the Rays think they can solve
But if they don’t, it’s fine.
2018 surprise Brandon Lowe can hit at any level
Lowe’s rapid rise through the minors brings excitement for what could be next
Rays Roundtable: 2019 bold predictions we actually believe
This one is all positive, so get your homer caps on
Ryan Yarbrough: King of the bulk guys
Yarbrough was a super-utility pitcher in 2018
Tampa Bay Rays Season Preview: Uncle Charlie has reported for duty
Charlie Morton brings his elite curve and mid-90s fastball to the 2019 Rays
Ji-Man and the Masters of Right-Handed Pitchers
The Rays added an under-the-radar impact bat in 2018; Choi will play a key role in the 2019 lineup
The 90-win Rays are stacked with ambiguity
A closer look at the projected 2019 roster shows nothing is guaranteed.
The Future Arms Race: Previewing the Rays injured starting pitchers
Despite a setback in 2018, the Rays’ young arms are looking to come back stronger
Who is Yonny? Chirinos looks to contribute, perhaps as “bulk guy”
Yonny Chirinos was a surprise when he made the team out of Spring Training last year. Does he have what it takes to improve on an inconsistent rookie campaign?
Jalen Beeks could be a key arm for the 2019 Tampa Bay Rays. Or not.
Time for some Remedial Beeks Theory
Dear Kevin Kiermaier: don’t slow down!
Yes, his daring style creates injury risks, but KK needs to go all out to create that magic in center field.
Ryne Stanek is the best 2018 breakout story no one is talking about
The reliever-turned-opener showed that he belongs in the big leagues and in important roles