Found February 14, 2012 on
ROGER MOONEY Shortstop Hak-Ju Lee is among the 18 non-roster players invited to the Rays big league spring training camo. The highly-touted prospect will join Tim Beckham in Port Charlotte, providing Rays fans with a glimpse of what is likely the future of the shortstop position. <img…
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The Tampa Bay Rays have announced they have signed manager Joe Maddon to a three-year extension which will keep him with the team through the 2015 season.
The Rays have tied up a sizeable loose end before heading into spring training.
The club announced Wednesday that it has agreed on a three-year contract extension with manager Joe Maddon, confirming an unofficial report that had circulated in the media Tuesday.
The news was hardly unexpected even before that. In fact, at his season-ending press conference in October, Maddon expressed...
Joe Maddon insisted all along that he wasn't interested in managing any other team than Tampa Bay.
And apparently the Rays feel the same about Maddon. A person familiar with the deal said Tuesday that the Rays and Maddon had agreed on a three-year contract extension after the manager led the Rays to the playoffs three of the past four seasons.
The person spoke to The Associated...
It probably won't come as a surprise to many, but the Tampa Bay Rays are expected to announce Wednesday that they're keeping one of the best managers in the game around for the near future. The Tampa Bay Times reports that manager Joe Maddon and the Rays have come to terms on a three-year contract extension. According to the report, the deal will be announced on Wednesday...
Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times tweets that Tampa Bay Rays manager, Joe Maddon signed a three-year extension, which will keep him managing the team through 2015. The 57-year-old has managed the team to a 495-477 in his six years in Tampa. While at the helm, he took the Rays to a pennant in
Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon, a two-time American League manager of the year, is officially under contract through the 2015 season.
Joe Maddon is eager to get to work at spring training after agreeing to a three-year contract extension that could keep him in Tampa
The Tampa Bay Rays seem no closer to landing a new ballpark, but team executives say they're selling slightly more tickets and are convinced baseball can work in the Bay area.
The Tampa Bay Rays and manager Joe Maddon have agreed to a three-year extension, according to a report in the Tampa Bay Times.
The Tampa Bay Rays and manager Joe Maddon have agreed on a three-year contract extension, according to The Tampa Bay Tribune.
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