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Rays Press Releases

  • Rays announce 2017 Spring Training schedule and ticket information

    The Rays are scheduled to play 18 spring training home games at Charlotte Sports Park, beginning on Saturday, February 25 against the Pittsburgh Pirates. All home games begin at 1:05 p.m., with one exception.

  • Rays announce holiday flex packs

    The Tampa Bay Rays have introduced Holiday Flex Packs for the 2017 season and they are on sale now at or by calling 888-FAN-RAYS.

  • Kiermaier wins second straight Gold Glove Award

    The 2016 American League and National League Rawlings Gold Glove Award winners were announced tonight on ESPN's Baseball Tonight with Tampa Bay Rays center fielder Kevin Kiermaier claiming his second consecutive Gold Glove Award and the seventh in franchise history.

  • Rays announce changes within baseball operations department

    The Tampa Bay Rays today announced several changes within their baseball operations department. Erik Neander has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Baseball Operations/General Manager. Among his duties, Neander will focus on the department's player evaluation and procurement processes. Chaim Bloom has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Baseball Operations. Together, Neander and Bloom will directly oversee all functions within baseball operations.

  • Rays walking for "Family" at Nov. 12 Heartwalk

    Tampa Bay Rays players, alumni, coaches, employees and season ticket holders will all participate in the American Heart Association's Tampa Bay Heart Walk on Saturday, November 12 at Raymond James Stadium.

  • Rays announce 2016 Minor League award winners

    The Tampa Bay Rays today named 1B Casey Gillaspie Minor League Player of the Year and RH Brent Honeywell Minor League Pitcher of the Year.

  • Local nonprofits to be recognized through Duke Energy's "Victories for Veterans"

    Through the Victories for Veterans program, a unique partnership with the Tampa Bay Rays, the Duke Energy Foundation committed $1,000 for every Rays win this season to charities that support veterans in the community. In reviewing the submissions from area nonprofits for the program's funds, Duke Energy has increased its pledge to $90,600 to be distributed to 10 local nonprofit organizations.

  • Rays to honor retiring David Ortiz on Sunday

    On Sunday, September 25, prior to the Tampa Bay Rays-Boston Red Sox 1:10 p.m. game at Tropicana Field, the Rays will honor retiring Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz in a pregame ceremony, which will include parting gifts from Rays players and the Rays organization to be revealed when the festivities begin at 12:55 p.m.

  • Rays host Yankees and Red Sox in final homestand

    The Tampa Bay Rays will conclude their 2016 home schedule with a six-game homestand against American League East rivals, the New York Yankees (September 20-22) and Boston Red Sox (September 23-25).

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