In a series of rather interesting moves Saturday night, the Tampa Bay Rays scratched roughly $11.2-million from their books and bolstered first base.
Tuesday marked the opening day of camp for the Tampa Bay Rays, wherein skipper Kevin Cash, GM Erik Neander and Senior VP Chaim Bloom held their annual pre-Spring Training media session.
While pitchers and catchers do not officially report to camp until February 13, 40-some players were on the field in Port Charlotte on Monday.
The PECOTA projection system forecasts the Tampa Bay Rays as the fifth best team in the American League, and third best team in the AL East.
With 11-days left until pitchers and catchers report to camp, Chris Archer and nine others (hopefuls or otherwise) worked out under the big top on Friday.