The Greatest (Devil) Rays to Ever Wear... #16

I will not be online tomorrow so I will drop this one off early. Happy Thanksgiving everyone, I hope everyone has a safe and happy day tomorrow.

This one is for you SRQ.

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

6- John Flarherty


As voted by

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- Jim Mecir (67% of the votes)

44- Toby Hall (91% of the votes)

43- Esteban Yan (60% of the votes)

41- Paul Wilson (45% of the votes)

40- Troy Percival (52% of the votes)

39- J.P. Howell (66% of the votes)

38-Lance Carter (55% of the votes)

37-Seth McClung (65% of the votes)

36-Edwin Jackson (96% of the votes)

35-Dan Wheeler (54% of the votes)

34-Jeff Niemann (77% of the votes)

33-James Shields (81% of the votes)

32- Albie Lopez (55% of the votes)

31- Jonny Gomes (95% of the votes)

30- Rolando Arrojo (48% of the votes)

29- Fred McGriff (97% of the votes)

28- Danys Baez (66% of the votes)

27- Damon Hollins (52% of the votes)

26- Scott Kazmir (70% of the votes)

25- Russ Johnson (85% of the votes)

24- Tino Martinez (60% of the votes)

23- Carlos Pena (92% of the votes)

22- Matt Garza (91% of the votes)

21- Ty Wigginton (51% of the votes)

20- Miguel Cairo (57% of the votes)

19- (Still Pending)

18- Ben Zobrist (88% of the votes)

17- (Still Pending)

Today, we'll discuss the number "16"

The Candidates:

Tim Laker(1998,2005), Dwight Gooden(2000), Felix Martinez(2000-2001), Travis Lee(2003,2005-2006), Brendan Harris(2007), Willy Aybar(2008-2009)

Tim Laker played 4 games where he had 1 hit and batted .167.

Dwight Gooden played in 8 games where he earned an ERA of 6.63 over 36.2 innings pitched.

Felix Martinez played in 183 games where he had 118 hits, 24 hits, 5 triples, 3 homeruns, 31 RBIs, 15 stolen bases, and batted .228. Martinez ranked 4th in the major leagues with 12 sacrifice hits in the year 2000.

Travis Lee played in 388 games where he had 336 hits, 70 doubles, 7 triples, 42 homeruns, 150 RBIs, and batted .261.

Brendan Harris played 137 games where he had, 149 hits, 35 doubles, 3 triples, 12 homeruns, 59 RBIs, 4 stolen bases, and batted .286. Harris was traded by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays with Jason Pridie and Delmon Young to the Minnesota Twins for Eduardo Morlan (minors), Jason Bartlett and Matt Garza in 2007.

Willy Aybar was traded by the Atlanta Braves with Chase Fontaine (minors) to the Tampa Bay Rays for Jeff Ridgway. Aybar has played in 200 games where he had 157 hits, 29 doubles, 2 triples, 22 hits, 74 RBIs, and batted .253.

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