The Greatest (Devil) Rays to Ever... #2

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- Scott Kazmir (50% of the votes)

18- Ben Zobrist (88% of the votes)

17- Joe Kennedy (88% of the votes)

16-Travis Lee (50% of the votes)

15- Cliff Floyd (75% of the votes)

14- David Price (67% of the votes)

13- Carl Crawford (94% of the votes)

11- Jason Tyner (37% of the votes)

10- Damian Rolls (45% of the votes)

9- B.J. Upton (36% of the votes)

8- Jason Bartlett (83% of the votes)

5- Rocco Baldelli (100% of the votes)

4-(Still Pending)

3- Evan Longoria (95% of the votes)

Today, we'll discuss the number "2"

The Candidates:


Randy Winn(1998-2002), Fernando Cortez(2005), BJ Upton(2004,2006-2009), Alex Sanchez(2005)

Randy Winn played in 519  games (5h all-time in Devil Rays History) having 513 hits(6th all-time), 94 doubles(8th all-time), 28 triples(2nd all-time), 24 homeruns, 182 RBIs, 80 stolenbases(4th all-time),  batted .279 and was an All-Star in 2002.  Randy Winn was traded the Seattle Mariners for Antonio Perez and the rights to negotiate with Lou Piniella in 2002.

Fernando Cortez played in 8 games where had 1 hit, 1 RBI, and batted .077. Cortez was traded along with Joey Gathright to the Kansas City Royals for J.P. Howell.

B.J. Upton played in 513 games(6th all-time in Devil Rays History) where he has had 506  hits(7th all-time), 108 doubles(4th all-time), 9 triples, 49 homeruns (9th all-time), 226 RBIs(7th all-time),  123 stolen bases(2nd all-time), and batted .266.

Alex Sanchez played in 43 games where he had 46 hits, 8 doubles, 1 triple, 2 homeruns, 13 RBIs, and batted .346.

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