Jake Cronenworth Fully Embraces Two-Way Role
Initially skeptical of serving as both a position player and pitcher, Cronenworth relented and now looks forward to life as a two-way player.
Wander Franco: Rays 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
Even at the tender age of 18, Franco doesn't shy away from the lofty expectations that come with being the game's No. 1 prospect.
Joe Ryan Learns Cutter At Chance Meeting
Ryan learned a new cutter grip while playing catch with a Rays big leaguer who was rehabbing in the Florida State League.
Greg Jones And The Rays Were Meant To Be
The Rays targeted Jones for his speed and all-around potential, but perhaps the player and team were fated to be together.
Jake Cronenworth Thrives In New Role
Being a lefty-hitting shortstop who had hit .370 at Triple-A wasn't even the most intriguing development for Cronenworth this season.
Nate Lowe Realizes His Big League Dream
Lowe's improbable journey from the 13th round to the big leagues was made possible by improved power and defense.
Brendan McKay Learns To Have Fun
The notoriously serious McKay learns to lighten up—but he remains serious about reaching the majors as a two-way player.
Nothing About Colin Poche Is Predictable
The unique stylings of the 25-year-old lefthanded reliever yield unique results, including a minuscule ERA and opponent average.
Ranking Baseball's Top General Manager Prospects
After talking to an array of people across the industry, we present the names to watch.
Brent Honeywell Remains On Target
The Rays' top pitching prospect enters the year targeting May or June for his return from Tommy John surgery.