If early-season struggles continue, will Tampa Bay break up the band?
two years left before free agency — as was the case with former Tampa Bay right-hander James Shields. But owner Stuart Sternberg decided to go all-in for 2014 and possibly 2015, authorizing a $76.9 million Opening Day payroll — the highest
Longoria embraces leadership role with the Rays
signed a $21 million, three-year contract - the biggest deal the Rays have given a free agent since principal owner Stuart Sternberg took control of the team after the 2005 season. Price, who'll earn $14 million this year, remains on the
Rays believe they are good enough to win it all
who signed a three-year, $21 million deal - largest since Tampa Bay has given to a free agent since Stuart Sternberg became principal owner . ''If we can stay healthy, if we can do the things we're capable of doing,'' second baseman