It should be a much less hectic start to the season for the Rays, who’ll finally be able to return to their spring training facilities in Port Charlotte.
UPDATE: The event was postponed until next week.
Tampa Bay Rays shortstop Wander Franco is headed back to court this month.
Wander Franco is facing a lesser charge after a judge in the Dominican Republic analyzed evidence that alleges the Tampa Bay Rays shortstop had a relationship with a 14-year-old girl and paid her mother thousands of dollars for her consent.
A Dominican judge ordered the conditional release of Tampa Bay Rays shortstop Wander Franco on Friday while he is investigated for an alleged relationship with a 14-year-old girl.
Dominican prosecutors on Wednesday accused Wander Franco of commercial sexual exploitation and money laundering following allegations that the Tampa Bay Rays shortstop had a relationship with a minor whose mother also faces the same charges.
Tampa Bay Rays shortstop Wander Franco, who was recently arrested in the Dominican Republic amid allegations he had an inappropriate relationship with a minor, will remain behind bars for now.
Tampa Bay Rays shortstop Wander Franco was arrested in the Dominican Republic on Monday amid an investigation into allegations of inappropriate relationships with minors, according to multiple reports.
Prosecutors in The Dominican Republic said Tampa Bay Rays short-stop Wander Franco failed to appear at their office Thursday morning after they issued an official summons requesting to speak with him. This comes after allegations surfaced that he had inappropriate relationships with minors.
Police in the Dominican Republic on Tuesday raided two homes searching for Rays star Wander Franco but were unable to locate him, according to a new report from local Dominican newspaper Listin Diario.
Dozens of children celebrated their new lives thanks to a special and "enchanted" adoption day on Friday at Tropicana Field in St. Pete.
Talk around changing the Rays’ name from the “Tampa Bay Rays” to the “St. Petersburg Rays” took another turn on Thursday.
A new name for the Tampa Bay Rays could be at bat.
One 12-year-old used his skills on the baseball field to earn a trip to the World Series in Texas as the Tampa Bay Rays' representative in the Pitch, Hit & Run competition.
Adolis García and Evan Carter homered to back Nathan Eovaldi, and the Texas Rangers beat the punchless Tampa Bay Rays 7-1 Wednesday to finish a two-game AL Wild Card Series sweep.
It wasn’t the outcome Rays fans were hoping for Tuesday, but they held festivities all day in honor of the team’s postseason game.
Jordan Montgomery scattered six hits over seven innings, helping the Texas Rangers beat the sloppy Tampa Bay Rays 4-0 Tuesday in their AL Wild Card Series opener.
The Tampa Bay Rays and Texas Rangers both looked like they might be the best teams in baseball for significant stretches of a long season in which they now find themselves facing each other in an AL Wild Card Series.
Jonathan Aranda hit his first career grand slam and drove in six runs, Tampa Bay homered three times to set a single-season team record and the Rays roughed up the Toronto Blue Jays 12-8 on the final day of the regular season Sunday, helping to set up a wild card meeting with the Texas Rangers.
The Toronto Blue Jays remained on the brink of a playoff spot after they lost 7-5 to Taylor Walls and the Tampa Bay Rays in 10 innings.