Tampa Bay Rays

2018 American League East Projections

X-New York Yankees 94-68 The New York Yankees are hopeful that the 2017 Major League Baseball season will be a stepping stone to bigger and better things. It's hard to believe but last year was the first time since 2012 that the Yankees won a playoff series as they advanced to the American League Championship [...]

2017 American League East Projections

X-Boston Red Sox 96-66 After a pair of last place finishes in the American League East in 2014 and 2015, the Boston Red Sox were able to bounce back in 2016. The Red Sox would win 93 games en route to claiming the A.L. East Title. The Sox appeared ready to make another a run [...]

2016-2017 MLB Hot Stove

Although that the 2016 Major League Baseball season is in the books, the action is heating up on the hot stove. 29 teams are out to topple the Chicago Cubs as World Series Champions, while the Cubs want to remain as the kings of the mountain. MLB's Winter Meetings are set to take place next [...]

Back To Square One

The Tampa Bay Rays are in their 19th year as a Major League Baseball franchise and the best term that can describe their existence is hot and cold. In the Rays first decade in MLB, they never won more than 70 games in a season while they lost at least 100 games in a year [...]

2016 MLB Trade Candidates

Sonny Gray-Starting Pitcher-Oakland Athletics I would be extremely surprised to see starting pitcher Sonny Gray finish the 2016 Major League Baseball in an Oakland Athletics uniform. Gray was a first-round pick of the Athletics in 2011, and he has gone on to post a career record of 36-26 to go along with an earned run [...]

2016 American League East Projections

X-Toronto Blue Jays 88-74 (3) Excitement returned to the Toronto Blue Jays in 2015 as they won the American League East in route to their first trip to the postseason since 1993 and in the process, they captivated the entire nation of Canada. The Blue Jays are eager to get back to it as they [...]

Same Old Rays

Over the off-season there was a huge shakeup within the front office of the Tampa Bay Rays that they weren't quickly expected to recover from. Longtime Rays general manager Andrew Friedman left to become the president of baseball operations for the Los Angeles Dodgers while manager Joe Maddon opted out his contract to become the [...]

2015 MLB Quarter Pole

Under new manager Paul Molitor, the Minnesota Twins have been one of the biggest surprises this Major League Baseball season.