Tampa Bay Rays

Tampa Bay Rays

AL East
Stadium
Tropicana Field
Roster
# Name POS BAT THW HT WT DOB (Age)
RP R R 6' 1" 235 03/17/1990 (29)
RP R R 5' 11" 165 08/31/1989 (30)
RP R R 6' 2" 180 03/31/1995 (24)
RP R R 6' 5" 190 10/09/1986 (33)
RP L L 235 01/17/1994 (25)
RP R R 6' 3" 240 01/18/1994 (25)
RP L R 6' 3" 205 05/07/1991 (28)
RP L L 5' 11" 195 07/10/1993 (26)
RP L L 6' 2" 245 05/21/1995 (24)
RP R R 6' 5" 195 07/05/1990 (29)
RP R R 6' 4" 215 01/13/1987 (32)
RP R R 219 12/16/1993 (25)
RP R L 6' 5" 205 12/31/1991 (27)
RP R R 6' 2" 240 12/26/1993 (25)
SP L L 6' 2" 190 08/10/1993 (26)
SP L L 6' 4" 215 12/04/1992 (27)
SP L L 212 12/18/1995 (23)
SP R R 6' 5" 215 11/12/1983 (36)
SP R R 6' 2" 190 05/15/1993 (26)
SP L R 6' 8" 220 08/23/1993 (26)
CF L R 6' 1" 210 04/22/1990 (29)
LF L L 6' 3" 220 05/03/1995 (24)
LF L R 6' 2" 215 05/17/1992 (27)
LF R R 6' 1" 220 01/28/1992 (27)
1B L R 6' 1" 230 05/19/1991 (28)
1B L R 245 07/07/1995 (24)
2B L R 6' 0" 185 07/06/1994 (25)
2B R R 5' 11" 200 03/22/1994 (25)
2B R R 215 03/15/1994 (25)
2B S R 155 02/09/1998 (21)
3B L R 6' 1" 200 04/26/1990 (29)
3B R R 6' 2" 200 07/15/1996 (23)
3B R R 6' 2" 215 08/08/1991 (28)
C L R 5' 11" 180 08/07/1992 (27)
C R R 6' 2" 235 03/25/1991 (28)
C R R 185 11/11/1997 (22)
SS S R 6' 2" 175 07/02/1997 (22)
SS R R 6' 1" 205 09/02/1995 (24)
Team News
Rays Acquire Hunter Renfroe And Xavier Edwards

The Tampa Bay Rays acquired outfielder Hunter Renfroe and prospect infielder Xavier Edwards on Thursday for outfielder Tommy Pham. Renfroe, a 27-year-old slugger, will head to the Rays after bashing 25-plus homers in three consecutive seasons. Despite his reputation as a defensive liability, Renfroe materially improved his game in 2019 with a +5.1 defensive WAR. A proven power hitter, the streaky Renfroe should remain a valuable home run commodity in all fantasy formats. For dynasty participants, Edwards slots as the sixth-ranked prospect in the Rays organization and possesses promising speed and batted-ball potential. After completing High-A ball in 2019, the 20-year-old Edwards is likely a couple years from his major league debut.

11 hours ago
Marlins In On Avisail Garcia

The Miami Marlins are one of many teams interested in outfielder Avisail Garcia. The free-agent outfield market is thin this year, so Garcia is in a good spot to cash in this winter. Garcia hit a solid .282/.332/.464 with 20 home runs, 61 runs scored, 72 RBI and 10 stolen bases in 125 games in his first and likely only season in Tampa. It was a nice bounce-back season after he hit just .236 in 93 games in his final season for the White Sox in 2018. Garcia can contribute across the board with the bat and typically carries a useful average, but he's also never hit more than 20 home runs in a single season. Don't expect him to beat that mark next season if he does land with the Fish.

9 days ago
Brent Honeywell Expected To Throw In January

Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Brent Honeywell (elbow), who hasn't pitched in a game in two full seasons, is expected to start throwing in January. Honeywell would've been a key piece in the 2019 rotation, but a setback during his recovery from Tommy John surgery ended his season in June. The Rays are optimistic that their No. 5 prospect will have a spot in their rotation eventually, but it might not be until 2021. The 24-year-old right-hander had a 3.49 ERA, 1.24 WHIP and 11.3 K/9 in 26 starts for Double-A Montgomery and Triple-A Durham back in 2017. There is plenty of upside in his arm if he can stay healthy, and he'll be a watch candidate in dynasty/keeper leagues early in the 2020 season.

20 days ago
Tyler Glasnow Done In By Four-Run First Inning

Tampa Bay Rays starter Tyler Glasnow allowed four runs in the first inning of the Rays 6-1 loss to the Astros in Game 5 of the ALDS. Glasnow made it only 2 2/3 innings and that first inning sunk the Rays chances. The future is bright for the young hurler and this playoff experience hopefully will help him down the road. But it certainly must sting for now after pitching 4 1/3 innings of solid baseball in Game 1. Glasnow was among the fantasy elite in the first few months of the season but injuries derailed his breakout campaign. He carries tons of fantasy potential heading into the offseason.

over 1 month ago
Austin Meadows Goes Hitless In Final Two Games

Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Austin Meadows went 0-for-4 in the team's 6-1 loss to the Astros in the first round of the playoffs. The young slugger went 0-for-9 over the final two games and finishes the series with a .150 batting average. Despite the postseason struggles, Meadows can look back upon this season fondly. In 530 regular season at-bats, the 24-year-old posted a .922 OPS with 33 home runs and 89 runs batted in.

over 1 month ago