Rays Press Releases
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Tampa Bay Rays, Chris Archer and Good Sports Team Up
This afternoon, the Tampa Bay Rays, starting pitcher Chris Archer and Good Sports, along with 10 News, presented a variety of new sports and recreation equipment to the Tampa Parks & Recreation Department in order for the organization to offer additional programming at their 28 locations throughout the city.
Rays return for final homestand before All-Star break
Following an 11-game, 10-day road trip over three different cities, the Tampa Bay Rays return to Tropicana Field for their final six games before the All-Star break.
Rays Thanksmas Day of Volunteering set for July 11
Tampa Bay Rays Manager Joe Maddon and team employees will serve lunch at the Trinity Café in Tampa on Friday, July 11 as part of the Rays Thanksmas Day of Volunteering, a new initiative involving a number of Tampa Bay area shelters.
Rays name Amador Senior Director, Corporate Communications
The Tampa Bay Rays have hired Rafaela A. Amador as Senior Director of Corporate Communications.
Rays Home Run Club for Foster Children to be Rededicated
The Rays Baseball Foundation, along with Eckerd and the Heart Gallery of Pinellas and Pasco, will host a Rededication Ceremony for the Home Run Club suite at Tropicana Field on June 19, 2014.
Rays Baseball Foundation awards $100,000 to local nonprofits
On Friday, June 6, the Rays Baseball Foundation, the official charity of the Tampa Bay Rays, awarded a total of $100,000 to 20 local nonprofit organizations through the Community Fund Grant Program.
Rays Return for 10-game Homestand
Fla.-After a three-game weekend series on the road in Houston, the Tampa Bay Rays return home to Tropicana Field for a 10-game homestand as they host the Baltimore Orioles (June 16-18), Houston Astros (June 19-22) and Pittsburgh Pirates (June 23-25).
Rays sign second-round draft pick Cameron Varga
The Tampa Bay Rays have signed right-handed pitcher Cameron Varga, their second round selection from the 2014 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft and the No. 60 pick overall.
Rays and Their Wives will Walk the Runway to Make Children's Dreams Come True
Once again this year, team members of the Tampa Bay Rays, and their wives and girlfriends, and some special "dream children" will walk the fashion runway to make dreams come true for children with life-threatening illnesses.