Wander Franco Lives Up To Lofty Comps
The 18-year-old wunderkind doesn't shy from comparisons with Indians star Jose Ramirez but knows that the Rays control his big league ETA.
Rays Mourn The Loss Of Jim Hoff
Members of the baseball world gathered in Tampa to celebrate the life of long-time Rays field coordinator Jim Hoff.
Brock Burke Fulfills Draft-Day Promise
Burke reached Double-A in 2018 and earned the Rays' minor league pitcher of the year award.
Chris Betts Falls In Love All Over Again
The 2015 second-rounder spent virtually all of his first three seasons rehabbing before a healthy 2018 rekindled his love for the game.
Nate Lowe Perfects His Hitting Approach
The breakout prospect doesn't concern himself with launch angle so much as he does something he calls "vertical angle."
Nick Ciuffo Regains Rays' Trust
Though his season began with a 50-game drug suspension, catcher Nick Ciuffo finished the year as a September callup.
Vidal Brujan Comes To Play Every Day
The Rays have watched the 20-year-old Brujan develop into a resourceful hitter, middle of the infield defender and aggressive baserunner.
Wander Franco Showcases Elite Ability
Franco's big league bloodlines and immense raw talent have translated to instant success in pro ball.
Jesus Sanchez Shows Natural Feel To Hit
The 20-year-old might be the most decorated minor leaguer in franchise history, and he's the system's Best Player in our midseason update.
Willy Adames Receives Surprise Callup
A pair of absences in Tampa Bay paved the way for top prospect Adames to make a big league cameo at shortstop—but he'll be back.