KEVIN CASH RUMORS & GOSSIP
NEW YORK (AP) The Tampa Bay Rays have acquired left-hander Xavier Cedeno from the Los Angeles Dodgers for cash.
To make room for Cedeno on the 40-man roster the Rays transferred catcher John Jaso to the 60-day disabled list Monday with a bruised left wrist.
Rays manager Kevin Cash said before the Rays opened a three-game series at Yankee Stadium that Cedeno wouldn't join the team...
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While I was on my daily ambulation through the equivalent of the basement archives at Baseball Reference (the manager pages), I came across a strange fact: Kevin Cash, rookie manager of the Tampa Bay Rays, has challenged nine times this season and has not won a single time. That seems very strange, given the fact that […]
Most ball clubs play music for players during batting practice. Even on the road, teams are typically given that courtesy.
But not in St. Petersburg — at least not when the Boston Red Sox came to town and Joe Maddon managed the Tampa Bay Rays.
Maddon, of course, left Tampa over the winter to manage the Chicago Cubs. In turn, the Rays signed former Red...
When Kevin Cash was hired by the Tampa Bay Rays to be manager, it left a hole on the Indians’ staff. The team announced that they’ve hired Jason Bere as bullpen coach.
Bere, 43, has been a Special Assistant to the Baseball Operations Department since retiring as a player in 2005. In that role Jason provided instruction and evaluation of organizational pitchers within the Indians...
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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Kevin Cash is the new manager of the Tampa Bay Rays.
The team announced the former Cleveland Indians bullpen coach as Joe Maddon’s replacement on Friday, selecting him over ex-Seattle Mariners manager and current Kansas City Royals bench coach Don Wakamatsu.
Cash, who turns 37 on Saturday, has no...
(Getty Images)Kevin Cash's Red Sox career was kind of forgettable. It spanned three years and 102 games—with Cash hitting .188 and delivering a dismal .279 OBP. He was a pretty good defensive backstop—but not that good. He did, however, get a ring on the 2007 World Championship team—albeit only playing in 12 games that year. But now, he will forever be the answer to the trivia...
The Tampa Bay Rays finally have named Joe Maddon’s replacement as manager – Indians bullpen coach Kevin Cash.
Please welcome #Rays Manager Kevin Cash! Cash becomes the fifth skipper in club history. pic.twitter.com/NT1BLMQEAK
— Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) December 5, 2014
Cash turns 37 on Saturday, and is a two-time World Champion with the Red Sox and Yankees. He grew...
The extensive process to replace Joe Maddon has reportedly come to a conclusion for the Tampa Bay Rays. ESPN is reporting that the team has hired former MLB catcher Kevin Cash to be their new manager.
At just 37 years old and without a ton of coaching experience, Cash is an interesting option here. He served as the Cleveland Indians bench coach last season after taking on a role...
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Over the past two seasons, the Cleveland Indians pitching staff has been a constant surprise. The development of starters like Corey Kluber, Ubaldo Jimenez, Carlos Carrasco and more have propelled the Tribe to back-to-back successful campaigns. Two of the unheralded coaches behind this success are pitching coach Mickey Callaway and bullpen coach Kevin Cash.
Well, the surprise is...