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The Rays enter the Winter Meetings in search of someone to man first base next season.
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Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon had just settled into his seat Monday during his turn in front of the media at baseball's winter meetings when he was asked about - what else? - the prospect of David Price being traded.
David Price still was being dangled on the trade market by the Tampa Bay Rays. Shin-Soo Choo and Nelson Cruz could be signed for a large pile of cash.
Matt Moore got two fourth place votes in the CY Young voting even though the lefty had a pretty mediocre year.
The Red Sox resigned Mike Napoli to a two-year, $32 million deal. Allegedly , Napoli had a more lucrative offer, but he preferred to remain a Red Sock.
According to Joe Frisaro , who writes for MLB.com's Fish Pond, the Marlins have a strong interest in Miami native Sean Rodriguez for their opening at third base.
It's the second straight season that the Mid-American Conference will be represented in the pre-Christmas game held at Tropicana Field, home of baseball's Tampa Bay Rays.
St. Petersburg has hired an attorney involved in Minnesota Twins contraction battle in preparation for negotiations with the Tampa Bay Rays.
Oct 7, 2013; St. Petersburg, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Rays left fielder Sam Fuld scores a run during the eighth inning against the Boston Red Sox in game three of the American League divisional series at Tropicana Field.
In the aftermath of one of the craziest weeks in recent offseason history, it's natural to wonder if the winter meetings will disappoint baseball fans.
The Tampa Bay Rays have two objectives for the winter meetings. They need to set the foundation for a trade of David Price and re-sign first baseman James The price for the Rays ace may ultimately be too steep for teams to want to trade for.
Robinson Cano has joined the Seattle Mariners on a 10 year $240 million deal, according to Enrique Rojas of ESPN Desportes : Zduriencik were to put a bloody head in my blankets and offer me 10 years and $240 million, I would also accept it, even though doing so might cause some people to question my priorities.
Our trend this off-season has been to use projected surplus values to evaluate the strength of proposed trades for David Price, but how objective is surplus value? Surplus value should be viewed as a ranking system.