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The biggest news for the Tampa Bay Rays this offseason is that they did not trade pitcher David Price, instead reaching an agreement with him on a one-year contract.
That doesn't mean that the Rays won't ultimately trade Price, but they haven't been able to find a suitor or a package up to their liking yet. That could change come the July 31 trade deadline.
The Rays signed Grant Balfour to take over the closer role from Fernando Rodney, who is now with Seattle. Balfour was ticketed for Baltimore until concerns over his physical forced the O's to back out of the deal.
Balfour, so long as he is healthy, seems like a massive upgrade over Rodney, who had one good season back in 2012. Balfour will also be salivating at the chance to close games out against the Orioles.
The Rays starting pitching is still the best in the division and the continued development of Wil Myers will help an offense that lacks power. The Rays will certainly be in the thick of the AL East race and have a solid chance to make the postseason.
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