Rays, Choi agree to one-year deal, tender 13 more players

Just hours before MLB’s non-tender deadline on Tuesday, the Rays re-signed first baseman Ji-Man Choi to a one-year, $3.2 million deal as reported by Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times. Choi suffered through injuries during the 2021 season, hitting .229/.348/.411 in 83 games with a 0.9 bWAR, 116 OPS+, 11 home runs and 45Continue reading “Rays, Choi agree to one-year deal, tender 13 more players”

Andrew Kittredge: What To Expect in 2021

Most people know that Andrew Kittredge was an important part of the 2019 season for the Rays, but do they remember just how important? And now, with his returning from a significant injury and having missed much of 2020, what exactly should we expect from Kittredge in 2021? A GLANCE BACK: 2017-2020 Kittredge broke intoContinue reading “Andrew Kittredge: What To Expect in 2021”