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Mallex Smith Remembers His Time with the Mariners Fondly

Mallex Smith may not have spent much time in Seattle, but he regards his 77 minutes with the mariners as the best time of his life.

Tampa Bay Rays: Finding a Position for Jake Bauers

Jake Bauers' bat may be almost ready for the Majors. The question is whether or not he can be a part of the Tampa Bay Rays outfield.

After 3 years in prison, Rangers reliever, ex-Rays farmhand Matt Bush trying to reassemble his life

SURPRISE, Ariz. — On Tuesday, just as they had a year ago, Matt Bush and his father, Danny, rose before the sun, piled into a red Ford F-150 and started the five-hour drive east from San Diego toward the Rangers' spring training facility.

Rays journal: Kiermaier delivers message to teammates

PORT CHARLOTTE — CF Kevin Kiermaier said he is not one to deliver a rah-rah,

Alternate history: What wouldn’t have happened if Rays had taken Weeks over Young

PORT CHARLOTTEWe don't know what would have happened had Devil Rays officials gone the other way on what was basically a coin-flip decision and taken Rickie Weeks with the first overall pick in the 2003 draft.

Mallex Smith cracks funny joke about short stint with Mariners

Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Mallex Smith came to his current team by way of the Seattle Mariners. His tenure in the Pacific Northwest lasted just 77 minutes, as he was traded twice in one day.Smith looke

Tampa Bay Rays Should Not Rush to Trade Jake Odorizzi

It is thought that Jake Odorizzi is on the Tampa Bay Rays trade block. If that is the case, they should not rush to trade him.

Evan Longoria Still Upset Over Losing Logan Forsythe

Although it has been nearly a month, Evan Longoria is still not over the Tampa Bay Rays trading Logan Forsythe to the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Rays’ No. 0, Mallex Smith, on fast track for 25-man roster

PORT CHARLOTTE — The first hint that new Rays outfielder Mallex Smith is a little bit different is the number on the back of his jersey: 0.

Ex-Ray Aubrey Huff calls book therapeutic, hopes it helps others

PORT CHARLOTTE — When former Devil Rays standout Aubrey Huff first started the process of writing his book, Baseball Junkie, he felt doing so would help others.