Saturday's full hot stove recap -- transactions, rumors and injury updates -- can be found within.
As the Rays head into the 2014 season, here's what's good and not so good about them.
We continue our series on previewing each of the 30 teams with the latest installment: The Tampa Bay Rays.
When it comes to Robinson Cano's habit of taking it easy down the line, consider the alternative.
Let's recap a slow Sunday of baseball news. It's almost like there was some other major sporting event going on.
Catcher Ryan Hanigan has been dealt from the Reds to the Rays in a three-way trade also involving the Diamondbacks. We now know that maligned closer Heath Bell is also headed to Tampa Bay. Hanigan has also signed a three-year extension with the Rays.
Let's have a look at which catchers excelled at an aspect of the game that's receiving more and more attention.
What if you could take Buster Posey's swing, Evan Gattis' power, Yadier Molina's arm and more in creating the perfect catcher?
Two signings headline Sunday's hot stove action. Here's a recap.
The Rays are bringing veteran backstop Jose Molina back with a two-year contract believed to be worth $4.5 million.

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