Today is the first official day of spring training for the Rays, though it's a day for physicals and other administrative issues, with the first workout for pitchers and catchers on Wednesday.There was some news already this morning, as the Rays made official the re-signing of veteran reliever Sergio Romo, who got $2.5-million for one year, plus a $250,000 bonus if he gets traded.Romo pitched well for the Rays in the second half of last season after being acquired from the Dodgers. He had been an All-Star, and a post-season star, during a long career with the Giants.Romo provides an experienced closing option if the Rays do trade Alex Colome at some point.The Rays still have to make a move to create space on the 40-man roster for Romo. That could mean designating a player for assignment or stalling to see if a trade comes together for starter Jake Odorizzi.Among those taking physicals today was minor-league field coordinator Jim Hoff, who is starting his 51st spring training.Manager Kevin Cash, GM Erik Neander and senior VP Chaim Bloom will hold the annual pre-spring media session at 12:30 today in Port Charlotte. The Times will provide coverage.Also, the Rays may learn today the outcome of Monday's arbitration hearing with Odorizzi. He sought $6.35-million, they offered $6.05-million.