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Tampa Bay Rays Organization: 2014 Depth Charts + Rosters, (MLB + MiLB)

Joe Maddon has a career Record of 704 - 644 (.522), but is 552 - 421 (.567) over the last 6 years  from 2008 - 2013.  He runs his offenses like the Angels used to, with a NL style built on speed and contact.  He may be the best AL Skipper when it comes to utilizing players versatility and matchups. Maddon is also great at working in Rookie players.

Joe Maddon has a career Record of 704 – 644 (.522), but is 552 – 421 (.567) over the last 6 years from 2008 – 2013. He runs his offenses like the Angels used to, with a NL style built on speed and contact. He may be the best AL Skipper when it comes to utilizing players versatility and matchups. Maddon is also great at working in Rookie players.

By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner): & Jeff Kleiner (Org. Depth Chart Expert)

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The Tampa Rays have been the model franchise in the AL for the last 6 years.  Of course the St. Louis Cardinals club would be the team of the National League.

Besides the New York Yankees, the Tampa Bay Rays have won more games in the last 6 years.

The teams record is 552 -421 during this time span, including 4 playoff spots and 1 AL Pennant.

The key to the teams continuous consistency is their Minor League System.  From 9 years of drafting high from 1998 – 2007, to then making smart trades, the Rays have have been able to sustain their club by using the farm.

Wil Myers 2013 Highlights

James Loney is perfect for the Tampa Bay Rays.  After putting forth a 3 Slash Line of  .299/.348/.778 - the Rays GM Andrew Freidman doled out the 1B a new year 3 YRs/$21 MIL to retain his services.  It was the highest Free Agent Contract the current regime has forked out to any player.

James Loney is perfect for the Tampa Bay Rays. After putting forth a 3 Slash Line of .299/.348/.778 – the Rays GM Andrew Freidman doled out the 1B a new year 3 YRs/$21 MIL to retain his services. It was the highest Free Agent Contract the current regime has forked out to any player.

The Wil Myers for James Shields trade, of course coming off of the heels of the Matt Garza for Chris Archer deal, follows the concept.

Trade players that are nearing Free Agency, for a player that is Major League ready now, plus Starting Pitching also coming back to the fold.

The Rays are a lot like the Oakland Athletics, in that they have done some great transactions without giving up any assets for them.

The franchise has many more players that could see MLB action from their top affiliates.

Management

CEO- Stuart Sternberg
GM- Andrew Friedman
MGR- Joe Maddon
PCO- Jim Hickey
HCO- Derek Shelton
1BCO- George Hendrick
3BCO- Tom Foley
BHCO- Dave Martinez
BPCO- Stan Boroski

Tampa Bay Rays Players

PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- David Price ML 2 x 28
SP2- Matthew Moore ML 4 x 24
SP3- Alex Cobb ML 5 x 26
SP4- Jeremy Hellickson ML 6 x 26
SP5- Christopher Archer ML 5 x 25
SPS- Jeff Niemann ML 4 OOO 30
RHMR-
LHMR- Alexander Torres ML 6 x 26
RHSU- Joel Peralta ML 10 x 36
RHSU- Brandon Gomes ML 4 x 29
RHSU- Josh Lueke ML 3 x 29
LHSU- Jake McGee ML 7 x OOO 27
LHSU- César Ramos ML 8 x 29
LHSU- Pedro Figueroa ML 4 x 28
CL- Heath Bell ML 8 x 36
CL- Fernando Rodney ML 6 36
13
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Jose Molina ML 10 x 38
1B- James Loney ML 6 x 29
2B- Ben Zobrist ML 5 x 32
SS- Yunel Escobar ML 3 x 31
3B- Evan Longoria ML 2 x 28
LF- David DeJesus ML 3 x 35
CF- Desmond Jennings ML 5 x 27
RF- Wil Myers ML 1 x 23
DH- Matt Joyce ML 5 x OOO 29
C- Ryan Hanigan ML 6 x 34
C- Jose Lobaton ML 9 x OOO 29
1B-
3B-
UTL- Sean Rodriguez ML 7 x 28
UTL-
OF- Brandon Guyer ML 4 x 27
OF- Sam Fuld ML 7 OOO 32
15
AAA Durham Bulls (INT)
CEO- Jim Goodmon
GM- Mike Birling
MGR- Charlie Montoya
PCO- Neil Allen
HCO- Dave Myers
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Jake Odorizzi ML 3 x 23
SP2- Enny Romero ML 3 x 22
SP3- Mike Montgomery ML 3 x 24
SP4- Alexander Colome ML 4 x 25
SP5- Albert Suarez AAA 3 24
SPS-
RHMR- Mark Lowe AAA 4 INV 30
LHMR- C.J. Riefenhauser ML 1 x 23
RHSU- Steven Geltz AAA 3 26
RHSU- Juan Oviedo ML 8 x 30
RHSU- Merrill Kelly AAA 1 25
LHSU- Adam Liberatore AAA 1 26
LHSU- Jordan Norberto AAA 4 27
CL- Kirby Yates ML 2 x 26
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Jesus Flores AAA 2 29
1B- Vincent Belnome ML 2 x 25
2B-
SS- Tim Beckham ML 3 x O/S 23
3B- Cole Figueroa AAA 3 26
LF- Justin Christian AAA 7 INV 33
CF- Rich Thompson AAA 9 34
RF- Evan Frey AAA 27
DH-
C- Ali Solis AAA 5 INV 26
C- Eddy Rodriguez AAA 3 INV 28
1B-
3B- James Darnell AAA 4 INV 26
UTL- Ray Olmedo AAA 11 32
UTL- Hak-Ju Lee ML 3 x 23
RF- Jerry Sands AAA 3 26
OF- Freddy Guzman AAA 7 31
OF- Cody Rogers AAA 2 SUS 25
OF- Shelley Duncan AAA 10 OOO 34
AA Montgomery Biscuits (SOU)
CEO- Greg Rauch
GM- Marla Terranova Vickers
MGR- Billy Gardner
PCO- R.C. Lichtenstein
HCO- Ozzie Timmons
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Jacob Thompson AA 1 24
SP2- Albert Suarez AA 4 24
SP3- Braulio Lara AA 3 25
SP4- Mike Colla AA 4 27
SP5-
SPS-
RHMR- Victor Mateo AA 4 INV 24
LHMR- James Patterson AA 1 24
LHMR- Jeffrey Beliveau ML 3 x 26
RHSU- Marquis Fleming AA 3 27
RHSU- Matt Nevarez AA 6 26
RHSU- Juan Sandoval AA 8 32
RHSU- Santiago Garrido AA 4 24
LHSU-
CL- Erik Hamren AA 2 27
CL- Sam Runion AA 4 INV 25
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C-
1B- Cameron Seitzer AA 0 23
2B- Robby Price AA 1 25
SS-
3B- Riccio Torrez AA 0 24
LF-
CF- Kevin Kiermaier ML 1 x 23
RF- Milie Mahtook AA 0 24
DH- Keith Castillo AA 2 26
C- Mayobanex Acosta AA 0 26
1B-
3B-
UTL- Hector Guevara AA 2 22
UTL- Robi Estrada AA 4 25
OF-
OF- Ty Morrison AA 2 23
A+ Charlotte Stone Crabs (FSL)
CEO-
GM- Joe Hart
MGR- Brady Williams
PCO- Bill Moloney
HCO- Joe Szekely
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP3- Leonel Santiago A+ 4 24
SP2- Wilking Rodriguez A+ 4 23
SP3- Grayson Garvin A+ 0 24
SP4- Felipe Rivero ML 2 x 22
SP5- Ryan Carpenter A+ 0 23
SP6- Roberto Gomez A+ 1 24
SP7- Jesse Hahn ML 0 x 24
SP8- Parker Markel A+ 1 23
SP8- Jared Mortensen A+ 0 25
SPS-
RHMR- Andrew Bellatti A+ 2 22
LHMR- Bruedlin Suero A+ 0 23
LHMR- Jacob Partridge A+ 2 23
RHSU- Lenny Linsky A+ 0 23
RHSU- Nate Garcia A+ 1 25
LHSU- Shay Crawford A+ 0 26
CL- Matt Ramsey A+ 0 24
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Curtis Casali A+ 0 25
1B- Alejandro Segovia A+ 3 23
2B- Ryan Brett A+ 1 22
SS-
3B- Richie Shaffer A+ 0 22
LF- Taylor Motter A+ 0 21
CF- Kes Carter A+ 0 23
RF- Drew Vettleson A+ 0 22
DH-
C- David Wendt A+ 2 SUS 26
C- Jake DePew A+ 0 21
C- Lucas Bailey A+ 1 22
1B- Jeff Malm A+ 1 23
3B- Enmanuel Paulino A+ 0 20
UTL- Jake Hager A+ 0 20
UTL- Juniel Querecuto A+ 1 21
OF-
OF- Willie Argo A+ 0 24
A Bowling Green Hot Rods (MID)
CEO- Brad Taylor
GM- Ryan Gates
MGR- Jared Sandberg
PCO- Kyle Snyder
HCO- Manny Castillo
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Jeff Ames A 0 22
SP2- Taylor Guerrieri A 0 SUS 21
SP3- Reinaldo Lopez A 3 22
SP4- Blake Snell A 0 21
SP5-
SPS- Trevor Shull A 3 23
RHMR- Ryan Garton A 0 24
RHMR- Eduar Quinonez A 4 24
RHMR- Austin Pruitt A 0 24
LHMR- Brandon Henderson A 1 21
LHMR- Jordan Harrison A 1 22
RHSU- Dylan Floro A 0 23
RHSU- Nick Sawyer A 1 22
LHSU- Jose Molina A 1 22
LHSU- Stone Speer A 0 22
CL- Charlie Cononie A 0 SUS 24
CL- Marcus Jensen A 1 22
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Justin O’Conner A 1 21
1B- Ryan Dunn A 0 25
2B- Thomas Coyle A 0 23
SS- Leonardo Reginatto A 2 23
3B- Tyler Goeddel A 0 21
LF- Marty Gantt A 0 23
CF- Andrew Toles A 0 21
RF- Joey Rickard A 0 22
DH-
C- Luke Maile A 0 22
C- Geoff Rowan A 0 24
1B- Patrick Leonard A 0 21
3B-
UTL- Brandon Martin A 0 20
UTL-
OF- Joshua Sale A 0 SUS 22
OF-
A- Hudson Valley Renegades (NYP)
CEO-
GM-
MGR- Michael Johns
PCO- Steve Watson
HCO- Dan Dement
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1-
SP2-
SP3-
SP4-
SP5-
SP6-
SPS-
RHMR-
RHMR- Ian Kendall A- 1 22
LHMR- Kevin Brandt A+ 0 24
RHSU- Kris Carlson A- 0 24
RHSU- Rob Finneran A- 0 24
LHSU-
CL- Matt Ramsey A 0 24
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Ryan McChesney A+ 0 23
1B-
2B-
SS-
3B-
LF-
CF- Joel Caminero A- 3 24
RF-
DH-
C-
1B-
3B-
UTL-
UTL-
OF- Brett Nommensen A+ 2 27
OF- Cody Rogers A+ 2 SUS 25
OF- Charles Epperson A- 0 23
OF-
2014 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Jake Odorizzi, rhp
2 Hak-Ju Lee, ss
3 Taylor Guerrieri, rhp
4 Enny Romero, lhp
5 Alex Colome, rhp
6 Andrew Toles, of
7 Nick Ciuffo, c
8 Ryan Brett, 2b
9 Tim Beckham, ss/2b
10 Kevin Kiermaier, of
2013 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Chris Archer, rhp
2 Taylor Guerrieri, rhp
3 Hak-Ju Lee, ss
4 Alex Colome, rhp
5 Richie Shaffer, 3b
6 Enny Romero, lhp
7 Blake Snell, lhp
8 Tim Beckham, ss/2b
9 Derek Dietrich, ss/2b
10 Drew Vettleson, of
2012 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Matt Moore, lhp ML
2 Hak-Ju Lee, ss AA
3 Chris Archer, rhp ML
4 Taylor Guerrieri, rhp A-
5 Alex Colome, rhp AAA
6 Alex Torres, lhp AAA
7 Tim Beckham, ss AAA
8 Enny Romero, lhp A+
9 Drew Vettleson, of A
10 Mike Mahtook, of A+
2011 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Jeremy Hellickson, rhp ML
2 Matt Moore, lhp AAA
3 Desmond Jennings, of AAA
4 Jake McGee, lhp ML
5 Josh Sale, of RK
6 Alex Torres, lhp AAA
7 Alex Colome, rhp AA
8 Justin O’Conner, c RK
9 Drew Vettleson, of RK
10 Jake Thompson, rhp A+
2010 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Desmond Jennings, of
2 Jeremy Hellickson, rhp
3 Wade Davis, rhp
4 Matt Moore, lhp
5 Reid Brignac, ss
6 Tim Beckham, ss
7 Alexander Colome, rhp
8 Jake McGee, lhp
9 Jake McGee, lhp
10 Nick Barnese, rhp
Heading into the 2013 year, Odorizzi is listed as the #45 Prospect by Baseball America.  With a potential trade pending with David Price, he may have his role increased.  Odorizzi, who will be 24 in March, was brought as part of the Wil Myers trade from Kansas City.  He managed to pitch in 7 games for the Rays in 2013, posting an ERA of 3.94  29.2 IP.

Heading into the 2013 year, Jake Odorizzi was listed as the #45 Prospect by Baseball America. With a potential trade pending with David Price, he may have his role increased. Odorizzi, who will be 24 in March, was brought as part of the Wil Myers trade from Kansas City. He managed to pitch in 7 games for the Rays in 2013, posting an ERA of 3.94 29.2 IP.

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Authors for this post:

Jeff Kleiner:  “I have been a sports fan since the first Baseball game I went to at Comisky Park in Chicago in 1959, when baseball for me turned from black and white to color.

I have attended or watched thousands of games, always paying attention to statistics, rosters and salaries of all professional sports.

Luckily I had the advantage of watching WGN TV and seeing hundreds of games in the 60’s. Collecting Baseball Cards and then later dealing them gave me an extra sense of the sport, both good and bad.”

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About chuckbooth3023

I played competitive baseball until 18 years old and had offers to play NCAA Division 1 University Baseball at Liberty University. Post-concussion symptoms from previous football and baseball head injuries forced me to retire by age 19. After two nearly made World Record Attempts in 2008, I set a New World Record by visiting all 30 MLB Parks (from 1st to last pitch) in only 24 Calendar Days in the summer 0f 2009. In April of 2012, I established yet another new GWR by visiting all 30 Parks in only 23 Calendar Days! You can see the full schedule at the page of the www.mlbreports.com/gwr-tracker . In 2015, I watched 224 MLB Games, spanning all 30 MLB Parks in 183 Days. Read about that World Record Journey at https://mlbreports.com/183in2015/229sked2015/

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