Luke Scott will be heading to Korea to play for SK Wyverns in 2014. "I'm really excited," Scott said. "I'll get a chance to play every day there. I think it will be a lot of fun." Scott, 35, spent the last two seasons with the Rays, struggling with injuries en route to a .235 average with 23 home runs and 95 RBIs in 187 games.More» Scott lifts a go-ahead homer in sixth inning
Tim Beckham's surgery to repair the ACL in his right knee went well on Tuesday, according to the Rays. Dr. James Andrews performed the surgery in Pensacola, Fla. Beckham, 23, is expected to be out for six to eight months.More» Beckham tallies first career hit in MLB debut
Why would the Rays trade David Price when he's under team control for the next two seasons? Do the Rays have too many catchers? Beat reporter Bill Chastain answers these questions and more in the latest Inbox.More»What are the chances of the Rays dealing Price?
Minor League outfielder Todd Glaesmann has been traded to the D-backs as the player to be named in the three-way trade that saw the Rays acquire right-hander Heath Bell from Arizona and catcher Ryan Hanigan from Cincinnati.More»Hot Stove on how Hanigan, Bell can help Rays
Evan Longoria pulled the hidden-ball trick, and his effort, along with those by a pair of his teammates, earned the Rays a 2013 Greatness in Baseball Yearly (GIBBY) Award in the Oddity of the Year category on Tuesday at the Winter Meetings.More» Helton and Longoria earn Oddity Award
David Price's trade worth might never get any higher, and Joe Maddon and the Rays know it. In his prime at 28 and under club control for two more seasons, Price stands tall among the elite. The bidders are jockeying for position, poised to take their best shots.More»Rosenthal and Heyman talk moves for David Price
Will the Rays trade David Price? If so, will other Rays players be packaged with him in a blockbuster deal? With the annual Winter Meetings kicking off on Monday, you can count on raysbaseball.com to bring you all the details about what unfolds.More»The Rays have needs to address in the Winter Meetings
The Rays pulled off a three-team trade with the D-backs and Reds on Tuesday that brought in reliever Heath Bell and catcher Ryan Hanigan. Cincinnati received left-handed starter David Holmberg from the D-backs, while Arizona received right-handed pitcher Justin Choate and a player to be named or cash considerations from Tampa Bay. The D-backs also sent cash -- around $500,000 -- to the Rays to help offset Bell's contract.More»Hot Stove on how Hanigan, Bell can help Rays
Rays executive vice president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman will have the attention of those in the baseball world hoping to change their fortunes in 2014, when the Winter Meetings begin on Monday in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.More»MLB Tonight analyzes a potential David Price trade
Though the Astros still have seven months to determine whom they'll take at No. 1, North Carolina State left-hander Carlos Rodon has established himself as the frontrunner. Owner of a mid-90s fastball and a wipeout slider, Rodon topped NCAA Division I with 184 strikeouts last spring and led the Wolfpack to their first College World Series appearance in 45 years.More» Alex Jackson, HS Catcher
The Rays non-tendered Sam Fuld and Wesley Wright, and the two are now free agents. Tampa Bay did tender contracts to its seven arbitration-eligible players: David Price, Jake McGee, Cesar Ramos, Matt Joyce, Jeremy Hellickson, Sean Rodriguez and Jose Lobaton.More» Fuld steals third, scores on an error
A crowd cheered for the Rays, but the Saturday afternoon gathering in Tarpon Springs, Fla., wasn't cheering on David Price or Evan Longoria, they were showing their appreciation for the organization and the efforts of those from the ballclub for helping out its community.More»
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