Bright Spots: All-Time (Devil) Rays Team... Left Field

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All-Time (Devil) Rays Team as voted by the bloggers of Draysbay:

Catcher: Toby Hall (50% of the votes)

First Base: Carlos Pena (71 % of the votes)

Second Base: Akinori Iwamura (72% of the votes)

Shortstop: Jason Bartlett (55% of the votes)

Third Base: Evan Longoria (87% of the votes)

Right Field: Aubrey Huff (60% of the votes)

Center Field: (Still Pending)



What are the rules? A player HAS to have AT LEAST played 100 games for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays or Rays. If you feel that a player has been left off of the poll unjustly, then make a case for him. All players who have taken the field for the (Devil) Rays will be mention, just not voted on.

Is this poll all about defense? No, not really. This poll is just about voting for your favorite catcher, shortstop, rightfielder...

Today, we'll talk about left field.  Here is a list off all who have played for the Tampa Bay Nine:


Left Field

Quinton McCracken 93 games,

Mike Kelly 43 games

Rich Butler 39 games

Bubba Trammell 110 games

Randy Winn 54 games,

Paul Sorrento 61 games,

Jerome Walton 4 games

Kerry Robinson 2 games

Terrell Lowery 29 games

Danny Clyburn 14 games

Jose Canseco 8 games

Herbert Perry 6 games

Rich Butler 2 games

Dave Martinez 2 games

Steve Cox 34 games,

Greg Vaughn 160 games,

Jason Tyner 131 games,

Ozzie Timmons 2 games,

Damian Rolls 17 games,

Steve Cox 6 games

Ben Grieve 56 games

Bobby Smith 1 game

Jason Conti 21 games,

Carl Crawford 870 games,

Al Martin 8 games

Terry Shumpert 5 games,

Marlon Anderson  3 games,

George Lombard 3 games,

Matt Diaz 1 game

Adam Piatt 1 game

Jeff Liefer 1 game

Robert Fick 13 games

Geoff Blum 7 games

Jose Bautista 5 games

Joey Gathright 4 games

Matt Diaz 3 games

Midre Cummings 2 games

Eduardo Perez 2 games

Jason Romano 1 game

B.J. Upton 1 game

Charles Gipson 1 game

Chris Singleton 2 games

Eric Munson 1 game

Damon Hallins 26 games

Ty Wigginton 5 games

Greg Norton 3 games

Russell Branyan 1 games

Tomas Perez 1 games

Josh Paul 1 games

Jonny Gomes 49 games

Greg Norton 3 games

Dustan Mohr 3 games

Elijah Dukes 3 games

Justin Ruggiano 1 game

Eric Hinske 40 games

Justin Ruggiano 26 games

Ben Zobrist 23 games

Fernando Perez 13 games

Nathan Haynes 2 games

Rocco Baldelli 1 game

Dan Johnson 1 game

Shawn Riggans 1 game

Gabe Kaplar 14 games

Fernando Perez 5 games

Pat Burrell 1 game

Bubba Trammell  had 96 runs, 191 hits, 48 doubles, 3 triples, 33 homeruns, 107 RBIs, 3 stolen bases, and batted .285 (8th all-time in Devil Rays history).

Greg Vaughn had185 runs, 271 hits, 62 doubles, 60 homeruns (tied for 6th all-time), 185 RBIs, and was an All-Star in 2000.  

Carl Crawford has had 1,296 hits (1st all-time), 185 doubles(1st all-time), 92 triples(1st all-time), 85 homeruns, 502 RBIs (1st all-time), 362 stolen bases(1st all-time), 247 BBs, batted .295(1st all-time), was a three time All-Star (2004,2007, and 2009), and was the All-Star MVP in 2009. Crawford holds the single season Rays records for runs with 104 (2004),  stolen bases with 60 (2009), 19 triples (2004),  and 145 singles (2003).

So, Draysbay, I turn to you...

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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