The Greatest (Devil) Rays to Ever Wear... #44

Uncontested Numbers:

98- Jae Soe

97- Joe Beimel

80- Julio Santana

71- Damian Rolls

70- Joe Maddon(Manager)

68- Ruddy Lugo

63- Jim "The Rookie" Morris

62- Jeff Sparks

42- Jackie Robinson (Retired by the MLB)

12- Wade Boggs


As voted by the voters:

61- Travis Phelps (95% of the votes)

60- Jonny Gomes (61% of the votes)

59- Jorge Cantu (71% of the votes)

58- Wade Davis (54% of the votes)

57- Scott Kazmir (93% of the votes)

56- Tim Corcoran (50% of the votes)

55- Toby Hall (80% of the votes)

54- Geremi Gonzalez (53% of the votes)

53- Chad Bradford (83% of the votes)

52- Al Reyes (77% of the votes)

51- Trever Miller (60% of the votes)

50- Grant Balfour (64% of the votes)

49- Tanyon Sturtze (37% of the votes)

48- Joe Borowski (85% of the votes)

47- Victor Zambrano (94% of the votes)

46- Bobby Seay (57% of the votes)

45- (Still Pending)

Today, we'll discuss the number "44."

The Candidates: 

 Paul Sorrento (1998-1999), Ken Hill (2001), Toby Hall(2000-2006), Jason Isringhausen(2009), Reid Brignac(2008-2009)

Paul Sorrento had 28 HRs and 99 RBIs while sporting an .229 batting average over his two year stint with the Devil Rays.

Ken Hill appeared in 5 games where he had a 12.27 ERA over 7.1 innings of work.

Toby Hall played in 582 games for the Devil Rays, while wearing the number "44." During Hall's time he would rack up 43 HRs and 251 RBIs while stealing 2 bases.

Ried Brignac wore the number "44" for his first season with the Rays. He never got a hit and had a .000 batting average, but he did score one run.

Jason Isringhausen played in 9 games where he earned a ERA of 2.25 over 9.0 innings of work.

So, Draysbay, I turn to you. Who was the greatest (Devil) Ray player while wearing the number "44?"

This post was written by a member of the DRaysBay community and does not necessarily express the views or opinions of DRaysBay staff.

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