Tampa Bay Rays
The AL East is more up-for-grabs than ever before. For each team, there is one key storyline that will define them as the season goes along.
With Joe Maddon opting out of his deal with the Tampa Bay Rays, Tony Massarotti has one message for the Boston Red Sox: Make a run at him.
The Kansas City Royals traded for starting pitcher James Shields before the 2013 season, giving up top hitting prospect Wil Myers.
Anthony Ranaudo and a lineup loaded with rookies gave the Boston Red Sox reason to be optimistic for next season.
The Rays finally played in front of some fans in their home ballpark, but manager Joe Maddon wasn’t too happy about it.
David Ortiz hit a home run and then flipped his bat. This was, apparently, the worst thing that has ever happened to the Tampa Bay Rays.
Somebody needs to write down baseball’s unwritten rules.
Rays Beat Red Sox
A one-run lead collapsed in the seventh when the Red Sox surrendered four runs to Tampa Bay in 6-4 series opener loss.
Price and Ortiz have had some bad blood dating back to last October. Will it continue this weekend in Tampa?