Alex Cobb threw live batting practice on Monday and the right-hander told reporters, "It was a good day."
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Tommy Hunter arrived at the Rays camp Friday after reaching a Minor League deal with a Spring Training invite.
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Wilson Ramos arrived to camp on Wednesday and the team's new catcher immediately went in for a workout before addressing reporters to offer a status report on his surgically repaired right knee.
Despite the fact that the first full-squad workout isn't until Sunday, every Rays player has reported to camp, save for position players Evan Longoria, Logan Morrison and Rickie Weeks Jr.
Smiles and overcast skies greeted the first workout of the spring for Rays pitchers and catchers on Tuesday morning. Since the end of the 2016 season, the Rays added 14 new players to the 40-man roster, so a lot of new faces will be in camp this spring.
Eddie Gamboa was designated for assignment Tuesday morning. By evening, the Rays had traded the knuckleballer to the Rangers for cash or a player to be named. The Rays had to create space on the 40-man roster after they signed Nathan Eovaldi, resulting in the decision to DFA Gamboa.
Right-hander Jake Odorizzi has won his arbitration case with the Rays and will make $4.1 million in 2017, according to MLB Network insider Jon Heyman. The Rays, who initially offered Odorizzi a $3.825 million salary, have not confirmed the arbitration settlement.
Nathan Eovaldi had not been officially announced as a new addition to the Rays on Tuesday morning, but the unveiling of his locker next to Chris Archer spilled the beans.
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Kevin Cash dropped the hammer about midway through Monday's news conference at the Charlotte Sports Park. The Rays manager was asked if he expected to be playing meaningful games in September, to which he answered, "Yes."
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In the shadow of Tropicana Field, the Campbell Park Field rededication took place Friday morning. Rays infielder Tim Beckham, team president Brian Auld, St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman and over 20 students from Campbell Park Elementary School were on hand for the ceremony that took place at home plate.