The Tampa Bay Rays completed a three team deal that included the Cleveland Indians and the Seattle Mariners. In the trade completed on Thursday, three firs...
by: N/A — MLB: Devil Rays 14 Dec
LAS VEGAS -- The Rays checked two of their most important offseason boxes by agreeing to terms with free-agent right-hander Charlie Morton and acquiring infielder Yandy Diaz from the Indians. "I think looking at history, I didn't expect to come out...
by: Yahoo Sports — Yahoo Sports: Big League Stew 14 Dec
And the Mariners continue dumping salaries.
by: Devan Fink — SB Nation: Beyond the Box Score 14 Dec
There are a lot of moving parts.
by: Jason Kelly — Baseball Essential 14 Dec
Carlos Santana and Edwin Encarnacion are on the move as the main pieces of a three-team trade between Cleveland, Tampa Bay, and Seattle on Thursday.
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by: Archie Banks — Franchise Sports 14 Dec
Carlos Santana, Edwin Encarnacion, Jake Bauers and Yandy Diaz all changed teams on Thursday as the Mariners, Rays and Indians made a big trade.
by: FOX Sports — Fox Sports 14 Dec
Get ready for the premiere of "Inside the Rays: Arizona Fall League" tonight by learning more about Tampa Bay prospect Lucius Fox. Check your local listings for future airings.
by: jtmorgan — SB Nation: DRays Bay 14 Dec
Can the right handed hitting third baseman shore up the Rays offense in a left hand dominant AL East?
by: N/A — The Ledger 14 Dec
It was all decided. All the experts agreed. The Rays agreed, and not reluctantly: If Major League Baseball is going to survive in Tampa Bay, it will have to be "on the other side of the bay" in or near downtown Tampa.That's the population center of...
by: Josh Norris — Baseball America 14 Dec
Carlos Santana and Jake Bauers head to Cleveland, Edwin Encarnacion moves to Seattle, and the Mariners, Indians and Rays cash in their trade chips.
by: Jon Tayler December 13, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 13 Dec
Carlos Santana is headed back to Cleveland and Edwin Encarnacion may never play a game for the Mariners. Regardless, a major three-team deal is final.
by: Jeff Sullivan — FanGraphs 13 Dec
You can never, ever, ever count out Jerry Dipoto …
by: David Roth — Deadspin 13 Dec
Beyond the obvious broad comedy inherent in the words fuming baseball purists, one of the more amusing aspects of Harold Baines’s otherwise inexplicable selection to the Baseball Hall of Fame this week has been the sheer volume of discourse devoted...