Kevan Smith

Tampa Bay Rays #44 - Catcher

  • Born: 06/28/88
  • Age: 33
  • Height: 6'4"
  • Weight: 230
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Bon voyage to the Voyagers

As the Pioneer League becomes an unaffiliated, independent league, the White Sox lose a rookie club

2020 Final Value Survey: Pitchers

For another year, Lucas Giolito was the value leader on the mound — and this summer, the competition wasn’t close

2020 Final Value Survey: Hitters

Longtime leader Tim Anderson is supplanted by another star teammate as White Sox surplus value champion

Rays decline 2021 options on Charlie Morton, Mike Zunino


In a time-honored tradition, the Rays voluntarily parted ways with two of their most impactful postseason performers.

The five best defensive plays of the Yankees’ 2020 season


Despite leading the American League in errors committed, the 2020 Yankees made a number of jaw-dropping moves in the field.

Angels salary arbitration projections for 2021

A closer look at 2021 salary arbitration projections from MLB Trade Rumors, and what it means for the Angels, with potentially 12 players going through the process.

Zimmermann struggles in debut, O’s swept by Rays in doubleheader


Bruce Zimmermann surrendered a three-run homer in his first major league inning, and the Orioles bullpen squandered a late lead in a 10-6 defeat.

Aníbal Sánchez out early in Nationals’ 6-1 loss to Rays...


Aníbal Sánchez threw 98 pitches in 4 1⁄3 IP before he was done for the night on Tuesday...

Washington Nationals drop opener to Tampa Bay Rays, 6-1 final in Tropicana Field...


It wasn’t the opener, but the starter who came on in relief who shut the Nationals down in a 6-1 loss to the Rays...

Red Sox 6, Rays 3: Salvaging the split


The Red Sox got a couple of homers and some good pitching in the win.

Washington Nationals 6-1 over Tampa Bay Rays: Max Scherzer throws seven scoreless in D.C.


Max Scherzer held the Rays off the board over seven innings in the Nationals’ 6-1 win.

Jays Out-dueled by Rays, Lose 4-1


It was a disappointing afternoon at the emptier than usual Trop for the Blue Jays. They were unable to do anything with a very good start from Matt Shoemaker, and a meltdown by Sam Gaviglio in the...