Key losses: Most of the Rays' modest additions this offseason came at the expense of what they lost, starting with third baseman Evan Longoria, the face of their franchise for the past decade. He was dealt to the San Francisco Giants in a salary dump for Span, Arroyo and two other prospects just before he'd have been able to veto a trade. Outfielder Corey Dickerson was an All-Star a season ago and ended up hitting .282 with 27 home runs, but was designated for assignment to make room for Cron on the 40-man roster. And right-hander Jake Odorizzi was sent to the Minnesota Twins in a February trade, leaving the Rays rotation short-handed. They also traded outfielder Steven Souza after he hit 30 homers last season and didn't bring back first baseman Logan Morrison, who hit 38 home runs and signed with the Twins. Right-hander Alex Cobb also left via free agency.