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Rays Press Releases

  • Rays trade Jake Odorizzi to Twins

    The Tampa Bay Rays have traded right-handed pitcher Jake Odorizzi to the Minnesota Twins in exchange for minor league shortstop Jermaine Palacios.

  • Rays acquire C.J. Cron from Angels

    The Tampa Bay Rays have acquired first baseman C.J. Cron from the Los Angeles Angels in exchange for a player to be named. To make room on the 40-man roster, outfielder/designated hitter Corey Dickerson was designated for assignment.

  • Rays announce weekday ticket specials

    The Tampa Bay Rays will offer fans ticket promotions for home games Monday through Friday for the 2018 regular season. Single-game tickets for the Rays 2018 season, presented by Tampa General Hospital, will go on sale Friday, February 16 at 10 a.m., exclusively through

  • Rays single-game tickets go on sale this week

    The Tampa Bay Rays today announced single-game tickets for the Rays 2018 season, presented by Tampa General Hospital, will go on sale this week according to the following timeline.

  • Rays announce 2018 promotional schedule

    The Tampa Bay Rays released the promotional schedule for the 2018 season today, which features 30 unique collectibles, with many tied to the team's 20th anniversary celebration throughout the 2018 season. All fans (while supplies last) will receive a Rays Schedule Magnet and a 20th Anniversary Cowbell, both presented by Tropicana, on Opening Day, Thursday, March 29 vs. the Red Sox. The Rays 2018 season is presented by Tampa General Hospital.

  • Rays launch season-long 20th Anniversary campaign for 2018

    Today at Tropicana Field, the Tampa Bay Rays launched a 20th Anniversary campaign that will continue throughout the 2018 season. The Rays 2018 season is presented by Tampa General Hospital.

  • Rays open tenth spring in Charlotte County on February 14

    The Tampa Bay Rays will begin their 21st spring training and 10th in Charlotte County on Wednesday, February 14 when Manager Kevin Cash and his staff welcome 41 pitchers and catchers to Charlotte Sports Park. The players will take the field at 10:30 a.m. The first full-squad workout is scheduled for Monday, February 19 when camp expands to 64 players, including 24 non-roster invites. For all spring training workouts, admission and parking are free.

  • Rays announce 2018 Fan Fest details

    The 2018 Tampa Bay Rays Fan Fest, presented by Tampa Bay Times, is set for this Saturday, February 10 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. at Tropicana Field. Rays Season Ticket Holders are granted early entry to Fan Fest beginning at 10 a.m. Admission and parking are free. Highlights for this year's Fan Fest include a 20th anniversary panel, featuring players from the 1998 Devil Rays and 2008 Rays teams, and food sampling with Rays new concession and retail partner, Levy. Over 80 current and former major league players and coaches are expected to attend, and will appear at various stations throughout the day along with mascots Raymond and DJ Kitty. A list of those expected to attend is included on the following page.

  • Statement regarding a team physician

    The Tampa Bay Rays have ended our contractual relationship with Dr. Michael Reilly, a team physician, and he is no longer affiliated with the organization.

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