The Tampa Bay Rays have laid out a timeline, for the first time, for the team to hammer out a deal for splitting seasons with stadiums in Tampa Bay and Montreal.
Lead Hillsborough negotiator Ken Hagan, Tampa Mayor Jane Castor and the Rays met for two-and-a-half hours in the mayor's office, their first meeting in over a year.
Ahead of crucial decisions on how to redevelop the Tropicana Field site, St. Petersburg city councilors are ratcheting up pressure on the mayor to disclose where talks stand with the Tampa Bay Rays.
St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman announced the city will no longer negotiate the Rays' shared-city idea with Montreal, effectively shutting the door to the Rays playing in another city before 2028.
The future of the Tampa Bay Rays was the center of Tuesday's Hillsborough County Commission meeting, where Commissioner Ken Hagan floated a new idea for the proposed Ybor City site.
It's a common feeling shared among many Tampa Bay Rays fans this week: they don't want to share their team with Montreal.
An idea the Rays have floated for their proposed poly amorous relationship with Tampa Bay is a new ball park at Al Lang Stadium on St. Pete's waterfront.
The son of former Montreal Expos owner Charles Bronfman believes the predominantly French-speaking city is ready and willing to support - and share - the Tampa Bay Rays.
Sending the Tampa Bay Rays to play half of their home games in Canada is the best way to keep baseball in Tampa Bay “for generations to come,” the team’s owner claimed Tuesday.
Major League Baseball has given the Tampa Bay Rays permission to explore splitting their seasons between the Tampa Bay area and Montreal, but St. Petersburg's mayor wasted no time shooting down the "silly" idea.
Two months after the collapse of the Ybor stadium plan, Rays principal owner Stuart Sternberg is at spring training looking forward to a more immediate future when it comes to his ball team.
The Rays made it official, telling St. Petersburg they are done looking for a new stadium in Hillsborough County.
As it appears the Tampa Bay Rays will remain in Tropicana Field until 2027, the city of St. Pete says it is still moving forward with a major redevelopment project of that property even if the team isn’t on board.
The Tampa Bay Rays' planned move to Ybor City is dead, at least for now.
The Hillsborough County Administrator outlined a funding plan for a potential Rays Stadium in Ybor City Wednesday, but the clock is ticking on the team's response.
Mayor Rick Kriseman won’t say for sure whether or not he'll grant an extension to a contract that expires at the end of this year that allows the Rays time to come up with funding to build their proposed stadium in Ybor City.
The Tampa Bay Rays' desired move to Ybor City took another step toward becoming a reality, the group Rays 2020 said during a Friday news conference.
A little more than a week after the Tampa Bay Rays revealed what they hope their new stadium in Ybor City will look like - there is still wild speculation over how much money the rays will contribute to the $892 million price tag and how much will be left on the back of taxpayers.
A day after the Tampa Bay Rays unveiled designs for a potential new ballpark in Ybor City, questions emerged about who would pay the hefty price tag of nearly $900 million.
The Tampa Bay Rays have finally unveiled their plans for a new stadium and, perhaps more importantly, a new city. Tuesday, the team showed off renderings of a state-of-the-art Ybor City ballpark that would allow them to move from St. Petersburg to Tampa – if nearly a billion dollars in funding can be secured.