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Rays Press Releases

  • Rays add seven players to 40-man roster

    In advance of tonight's reserve list deadline, the Tampa Bay Rays have selected seven players to their 40-man roster: right-handed pitchers Brent Honeywell, Diego Castillo, Yonny Chirinos and José Mujica, first baseman/outfielder Jake Bauers, outfielder Justin Williams and left-handed pitcher Ryan Yarbrough. Tonight's moves bring the Rays 40-man roster to 39 players.

  • Baldelli named Major League Field Coordinator

    In addition, Tom Foley was named special assistant, baseball operations and Jamie Nelson was named to the coaching staff for Double-A Montgomery.

  • Rays and PetPal Animal Shelter partner for sixth "Players and Pooches" calendar

    For the sixth straight year, the Tampa Bay Rays and Pet Pal Animal Shelter have partnered to create the "Players and Pooches" calendar. The calendar, which costs $15, is available online now at raysbaseball.com/ petpal.

  • Rays donate to nonprofit organizations in need from Hurricane Irma

    The Tampa Bay Rays yesterday donated a total of $100,000 in grants to 12 nonprofit organizations located in the Florida Keys, providing relief from Hurricane Irma. The organizations were selected by researching nonprofit organizations in the areas hardest hit, talking to individuals who are in the area providing relief and consulting with Rays community partners for recommendations.

  • Longoria wins third Rawlings Gold Glove Award

    Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria claimed his third Rawlings Gold Glove Award, following 2009 and 2010.

  • Statement from the Rays on the tragic passing of Roy Halladay

    The Tampa Bay Rays and Manager Kevin Cash have issued the following statements on the sudden and tragic passing of Roy Halladay.

  • Rays announce changes to training staff

    The Tampa Bay Rays today announced changes to their major league medical training staff.

  • Rays Extend Qualifying Offer to Alex Cobb

    The Tampa Bay Rays made a series of roster moves today, reducing their 40-man roster to 32 players. The Rays outrighted catcher Curt Casali, right-handed pitcher Shawn Tolleson and outfielder César Puello off the 40-man roster, making them minor league free agents. In addition, right-handed pitcher Taylor Guerrieri was claimed off outright waivers by the Toronto Blue Jays.

  • Rays name Ozzie Timmons first base coach

    The Tampa Bay Rays today named Ozzie Timmons as first base coach for Manager Kevin Cash's major league coaching staff.

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