Rays left-hander Blake Snell, who won the Cy Young Award after going 21-5 with an AL-leading 1.89 ERA in his first full major league season, agreed to a five-year, $50 million extension through the 2023 season, sources told ESPN.
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A year after surprisingly winning 90 games, Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash is optimistic and said increased expectations won't faze his team.
The Rays have extended the deal for Brandon Lowe, a 24-year-old rookie utility man who hit .233 with six home runs in a 43-game stint last season, for at least six more seasons.
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The Orioles named Alex Cobb to start on Opening Day, when Baltimore faces the Yankees in New York.
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Shohei Ohtani got a modest raise from the Angels after winning the AL Rookie of the Year award, agreeing to a one-year contract that boosts his pay to $650,000 from last year's minimum of $545,000.
Bryce Harper played the outfield for the first time since signing a record $330 million, 13-year contract with the Philadelphia Phillies.
The budget-minded Tampa Bay Rays have renewed the contract of pitcher Blake Snell, who's receiving a raise of only $15,500 after winning the AL Cy Young Award last season.
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Buster Olney talks to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times about the Rays' plans for the upcoming season, their chances to compete in the AL East and much more.
The Tampa Bay Rays offer a simple response to critics of the team's creative use of openers to fill out their pitching rotation.