St. Petersburg Times
Rays' Price already looks ready for season
There were still 20 days and three more spring starts until the March 31 season opener when Rays ace LHP David Price walked off the mound Tuesday afternoon, but he couldn't look more ready.
Tampa Bay Online
Rays notes: Longoria's swing in midseason form
Rays 3B Evan Longoria hit his first home run of the spring Sunday, a two-run shot that landed on the boardwalk in left field at Charlotte Sports Park.
Baseball news and notes, March 2
Guillermo Mota threw 21/3 scoreless innings in the 2010 World Series. Photo: Ron Vesely, MLB Photos Via Getty Images Guillermo Mota , a key member of the Giants' bullpen during their two title runs, announced he is retiring after 14 seasons in the major leagues.
Longoria Homers, Balfour Perfect, Rays Top Twins
Evan Longoria hit a two-run homer and Grant Balfour was perfect in his first appearance in a Tampa Bay uniform since 2010, helping the Rays beat the Minnesota Twins 6-3 on Sunday.
St. Petersburg Times
Rays: Brandon Guyer robbed by MVP
LHP from Tennessee Tech. Drafted by Rays in 2010 21st round. Has 2.95 ERA in four minor-league seasons.
Grant Balfour's Obnoxious New Ride
Despite having the worst last name possible for a pitcher, former Twins reliever Grant Balfour now throws for the Tampa Rays.
The Rays Tank: Camaraderie high in Port Charlotte
Desmond Jennings was happy about the familiar faces, and Alex Cobb provided some insight into how it will affect team dynamics: "I think one of the problems last year was when we got into spring training, everybody was kind of cliquey, nobody really meshed well together," Cobb said.
Who are the Orioles Getting in Ubaldo Jimenez?
The Orioles officially signed Ubaldo Jimenez to a four year, $50 million contract on Wednesday.
Call to the Pen
Grant Balfour Has a Ridiculous Truck
Sep 12, 2013; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Oakland Athletics pitcher Grant Balfour throws a pitch in the ninth inning against the Minnesota Twins at Target Field.
S. Korean pitcher Yoon Suk-min reaches agreement with Baltimore Orioles: reports
South Korean pitcher Yoon Suk-min has reached an agreement with the Baltimore Orioles, pending a physical, multiple U.S. reports said on Thursday.