2022 Tampa Bay Rays
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Record86–75 (.534)
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Owner(s)Stuart Sternberg
President of Baseball OperationsErik Neander
General manager(s)Peter Bendix
Manager(s)Kevin Cash
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The 2022 Tampa Bay Rays season is the 25th season of the Tampa Bay Rays franchise and their 15th as the Rays. The Rays play their home games at Tropicana Field as members of Major League Baseball's American League East Division.

On December 2, 2021, Commissioner of Baseball Rob Manfred announced a lockout of players, following expiration of the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) between the league and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA). On March 10, 2022, the MLB and MLBPA agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement, thus ending the lockout. Opening Day was played on April 7.[1] Although MLB previously announced that several series would be canceled due to the lockout, the agreement provides for a 162-game season, with originally canceled games to be made up via doubleheaders.[2]

The Rays finished in third place but qualified for the playoffs and will face the Cleveland Guardians in the Wild Card Series.

Offseason

Lockout

Main article: 2021–22 Major League Baseball lockout

The expiration of the league's collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with the Major League Baseball Players Association occurred on December 1, 2021 with no new agreement in place.[3] As a result, the team owners voted unanimously to lockout the players stopping all free agency and trades.[4][5]

The parties came to an agreement on a new CBA on March 10, 2022.[6]

Rule changes

Pursuant to the new CBA, several new rules were instituted for the 2022 season. The National League will adopt the designated hitter full-time, a draft lottery will be implemented, the postseason will expand from ten teams to twelve, and advertising patches will appear on player uniforms and helmets for the first time.[7][8]

Season standings

American League East

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
New York Yankees 99 63 0.611 57–24 42–39
Toronto Blue Jays 92 70 0.568 7 47–34 45–36
Tampa Bay Rays 86 76 0.531 13 51–30 35–46
Baltimore Orioles 83 79 0.512 16 45–36 38–43
Boston Red Sox 78 84 0.481 21 43–38 35–46


American League Wild Card

Division leaders W L Pct.
Houston Astros 106 56 0.654
New York Yankees 99 63 0.611
Cleveland Guardians 92 70 0.568


Wild Card teams
(Top 3 teams qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Toronto Blue Jays 92 70 0.568 +6
Seattle Mariners 90 72 0.556 +4
Tampa Bay Rays 86 76 0.531
Baltimore Orioles 83 79 0.512 3
Chicago White Sox 81 81 0.500 5
Minnesota Twins 78 84 0.481 8
Boston Red Sox 78 84 0.481 8
Los Angeles Angels 73 89 0.451 13
Texas Rangers 68 94 0.420 18
Detroit Tigers 66 96 0.407 20
Kansas City Royals 65 97 0.401 21
Oakland Athletics 60 102 0.370 26


Game Log

Regular season

Legend
  Rays win
  Rays loss
  Postponement
Bold Rays team member
2022 Game Log: 86–76 (Home: 51–30; Away: 35–46)
April: 12–9 (Home: 9–6; Away: 3–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak/Recap
1 April 8 Orioles 2–1 Kittredge (1–0) López (0–1) Raley (1) 25,025 1–0 W1
2 April 9 Orioles 5–3 Fleming (1–0) Lyles (0–1) Kittredge (1) 15,615 2–0 W2
3 April 10 Orioles 8–0 Springs (1–0) Wells (0–1) 14,100 3–0 W3
4 April 11 Athletics 2–13 Blackburn (1–0) Patiño (0–1) 9,139 3–1 L1
5 April 12 Athletics 9–8 (10) Thompson (1–0) Trivino (0–1) 7,588 4–1 W1
6 April 13 Athletics 2–4 Montas (1–1) McClanahan (0–1) Trivino (1) 8,954 4–2 L1
7 April 14 Athletics 3–6 Irvin (1–1) Fleming (1–1) Jiménez (1) 8,287 4–3 L2
8 April 15 @ White Sox 2–3 Cease (2–0) Rasmussen (0–1) Hendriks (3) 19,009 4–4 L3
9 April 16 @ White Sox 2–3 López (2–0) Thompson (1–1) Hendriks (4) 27,113 4–5 L4
10 April 17 @ White Sox 9–3 Mazza (1–0) Velasquez (0–1) 17,798 5–5 W1
11 April 18 @ Cubs 2–4 Thompson (2–0) Adam (0–1) Robertson (4) 26,615 5–6 L1
12 April 19 @ Cubs 6–5 Fleming (2–1) Steele (1–1) Kittredge (2) 26,568 6–6 W1
13 April 20 @ Cubs 8–2 (6) Beeks (1–0) Stroman (0–2) 26,167 7–6 W2
14 April 22 Red Sox 3–4 Wacha (1–0) Kluber (0–1) Barnes (1) 16,902 7–7 L1
15 April 23 Red Sox 3–2 (10) Wisler (1–0) Robles (1–1) 19,137 8–7 W1
16 April 24 Red Sox 5–2 McClanahan (1–1) Valdéz (0–1) Thompson (1) 20,993 9–7 W2
17 April 26 Mariners 4–8 Gilbert (3–0) Fleming (2–2) 9,257 9–8 L1
18 April 27 Mariners 3–2 Rasmussen (1–1) Gonzales (1–2) Kittredge (3) 7,290 10–8 W1
19 April 28 Mariners 2–1 Feyereisen (1–0) Flexen (1–3) Thompson (2) 6,749 11–8 W2
20 April 29 Twins 6–1 Kluber (1–1) Bundy (3–1) 9,928 12–8 W3
21 April 30 Twins 1–9 Stashak (2–0) McClanahan (1–2) 18,846 12–9 L1
May: 16–12 (Home: 8–5; Away: 8–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak/Recap
22 May 1 Twins 3–9 Winder (1–0) Fleming (2–3) 14,830 12–10 L2
23 May 2 @ Athletics 6–1 Rasmussen (2–1) Jefferies (1–4) 2,488 13–10 W1
24 May 3 @ Athletics 10–7 (10) Kittredge (2–0) Trivino (0–2) 2,815 14–10 W2
25 May 4 @ Athletics 3–0 Feyereisen (2–0) Jackson (0–1) Kittredge (4) 4,838 15–10 W3
26 May 5 @ Mariners 4–3 McClanahan (2–2) Ray (2–3) Raley (2) 17,027 16–10 W4
27 May 6 @ Mariners 8–7 Thompson (2–1) Sewald (0–1) Raley (3) 26,154 17–10 W5
28 May 7 @ Mariners 8–2 Rasmussen (3–1) Gonzales (1–4) 31,589 18–10 W6
29 May 8 @ Mariners 1–2 (10) Sewald (1–1) Wisler (1–1) 32,501 18–11 L1
30 May 9 @ Angels 3–11 Syndergaard (3–1) Springs (1–1) 19,537 18–12 L2
31 May 10 @ Angels 0–12 Detmers (2–1) Kluber (1–2) 39,313 18–13 L3
32 May 11 @ Angels 4–2 (10) Feyereisen (3–0) Loup (0–2) Raley (4) 21,045 19–13 W1
33 May 13 Blue Jays 5–2 Kittredge (3–0) Gausman (3–2) Adam (1) 10,169 20–13 W2
34 May 14 Blue Jays 1–5 Mayza (2–0) Thompson (1–2) 15,195 20–14 L1
35 May 15 Blue Jays 3–0 Wisler (2–1) Manoah (4–1) Kittredge (5) 20,832 21–14 W1
36 May 16 Tigers 2–3 Fulmer (2–2) Kittredge (3–1) Soto (6) 11,532 21–15 L1
37 May 17 Tigers 8–1 McClanahan (3–2) Brieske (0–3) 8,475 22–15 W1
38 May 18 Tigers 6–1 Rasmussen (4–1) Rodríguez (1–3) 9,706 23–15 W2
39 May 20 @ Orioles 6–8 (13) Vespi (1–0) Garza Jr. (0–1) 15,127 23–16 L1
40 May 21 @ Orioles 6–1 Springs (2–1) Bradish (1–3) 17,573 24–16 W1
41 May 22 @ Orioles 6–7 (11) Pérez (2–0) Knight (0–1) 23,778 24–17 L1
42 May 24 Marlins 4–0 McClanahan (4–2) López (4–2) 9,006 25–17 W1
43 May 25 Marlins 5–4 Rasmussen (5–1) Poteet (0–1) Poche (1) 7,520 26–17 W2
44 May 26 Yankees 2–7 Cortés Jr. (4–1) Yarbrough (0–1) 14,610 26–18 L1
45 May 27 Yankees 0–2 Taillon (5–1) Springs (2–2) Holmes (6) 19,018 26–19 L2
46 May 28 Yankees 3–1 Feyereisen (4–0) Luetge (1–2) Poche (2) 25,025 27–19 W1
47 May 29 Yankees 4–2 McClanahan (5–2) Severino (3–1) Feyereisen (1) 25,025 28–19 W2
48 May 30 @ Rangers 5–9 Otto (3–2) Rasmussen (5–2) 25,605 28–20 L1
49 May 31 @ Rangers 0–3 Pérez (4–2) Yarbrough (0–2) Barlow (9) 16,317 28–21 L2
June: 12–13 (Home: 8–6; Away: 4–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak/Recap
50 June 1 @ Rangers 4–3 (11) Poche (1–0) Santana (2–2) Wisler (1) 20,634 29–21 W1
51 June 2 @ Rangers 3–1 Kluber (2–2) Hearn (3–4) Thompson (3) 17,097 30–21 W2
52 June 3 White Sox 6–3 McClanahan (6–2) Martin (0–2) Poche (3) 8,930 31–21 W3
53 June 4 White Sox 2–3 Crick (2–0) Beeks (1–1) Hendriks (15) 19,452 31–22 L1
54 June 5 White Sox 5–6 Giolito (4–2) Yarbrough (0–3) Hendriks (16) 11,162 31–23 L2
55 June 7 Cardinals 4–2 (10) Poche (2–0) VerHagen (3–1) 10,905 32–23 W1
56 June 8 Cardinals 11–3 Kluber (3–2) Naughton (0–2) 12,906 33–23 W2
57 June 9 Cardinals 2–1 McClanahan (7–2) Mikolas (4–4) Adam (2) 14,892 34–23 W3
58 June 10 @ Twins 4–9 Smeltzer (3–0) Rasmussen (5–3) 23,761 34–24 L1
59 June 11 @ Twins 5–6 Megill (2–1) Baz (0–1) Pagán (8) 22,741 34–25 L2
60 June 12 @ Twins 6–0 Springs (3–2) Sands (0–3) 25,350 35–25 W1
61 June 14 @ Yankees 0–2 Cole (6–1) Kluber (3–3) Holmes (10) 35,692 35–26 L1
62 June 15 @ Yankees 3–4 Cortés Jr. (6–2) McClanahan (7–3) Holmes (11) 35,104 35–27 L2
63 June 16 @ Yankees 1–2 King (4–1) Armstrong (0–1) 39,469 35–28 L3
64 June 17 @ Orioles 0–1 Bautista (3–2) Faucher (0–1) López (10) 13,140 35–29 L4
65 June 18 @ Orioles 7–6 Faucher (1–1) Tate (0–3) Poche (4) 15,426 36–29 W1
66 June 19 @ Orioles 1–2 Vespi (2–0) Kluber (3–4) López (11) 23,004 36–30 L1
67 June 20 Yankees 2–4 Holmes (5–0) Adam (0–2) Peralta (2) 16,504 36–31 L2
68 June 21 Yankees 5–4 Armstrong (1–1) Cortés Jr. (6–3) Poche (5) 20,688 37–31 W1
69 June 22 Yankees 4–5 Schmidt (4–2) Garza Jr. (0–2) Holmes (12) 12,264 37–32 L1
70 June 24 Pirates 4–3 (10) Adam (1–2) De Los Santos (0–1) 10,542 38–32 W1
71 June 25 Pirates 6–5 Garza Jr. (1–2) Bednar (3–2) 15,203 39–32 W2
72 June 26 Pirates 4–2 McClanahan (8–3) Beede (0–1) Raley (4) 13,364 40–32 W3
73 June 28 Brewers 3–5 Woodruff (6–3) Wisler (2–2) Hader (23) 13,742 40–33 L1
74 June 29 Brewers 3–5 Boxberger (2–1) Faucher (1–2) Hader (24) 15,481 40–34 L2
75 June 30 @ Blue Jays 1–4 Kikuchi (3–4) Yarbrough (0–4) Cimber (4) 22,987 40–35 L3
July: 14–13 (Home: 7–3; Away: 7–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak/Recap
76 July 1 @ Blue Jays 2–9 Berríos (6–4) Kluber (3–5) 44,445 40–36 L4
77 July 2 (1) @ Blue Jays 6–2 McClanahan (9–3) Lawrence (0–1) 39,426 41–36 W1
78 July 2 (2) @ Blue Jays 11–5 Garza Jr. (2–2) Hatch (0–1) 24,180 42–36 W2
79 July 3 @ Blue Jays 7–3 Baz (1–1) Stripling (4–3) Adam (3) 35,757 43–36 W3
80 July 4 @ Red Sox 0–4 Crawford (2–2) Fleming (2–4) Schreiber (3) 36,473 43–37 L1
81 July 5 @ Red Sox 8–4 Thompson (2–2) Pivetta (8–6) 31,113 44–37 W1
82 July 6 @ Red Sox 7–1 Kluber (4–5) Bello (0–1) 33,735 45–37 W2
83 July 8 @ Reds 1–2 (10) Kuhnel (1–1) Wisler (2–3) 26,529 45–38 L1
84 July 9 @ Reds 4–5 (10) Hoffman (2–0) Faucher (1–3) 33,927 45–39 L2
85 July 10 @ Reds 5–10 Lodolo (2–2) Baz (1–2) 21,748 45–40 L3
86 July 11 Red Sox 10–5 Bard (1–0) Diekman (4–1) 10,629 46–40 W1
87 July 12 Red Sox 3–2 Kluber (5–5) Strahm (3–3) Raley (5) 10,653 47–40 W2
88 July 13 Red Sox 4–1 McClanahan (10–3) Winckowski (3–4) Poche (6) 10,548 48–40 W3
89 July 14 Red Sox 5–4 Romero (1–0) Schreiber (2–1) Beeks (1) 11,998 49–40 W4
90 July 15 Orioles 5–4 Wisler (3–3) Wells (7–5) Raley (6) 13,917 50–40 W5
91 July 16 Orioles 4–6 (11) López (4–5) Bard (1–1) Krehbiel (1) 19,886 50–41 L1
92 July 17 Orioles 7–5 Kluber (6–5) Lyles (6–8) Adam (4) 13,813 51–41 W1
92nd All-Star Game in Los Angeles
93 July 22 @ Royals 7–3 Rasmussen (6–3) Keller (5–10) 22,102 52–41 W2
94 July 23 @ Royals 3–6 Barlow (4–2) Yarbrough (0–5) 20,668 52–42 L1
95 July 24 @ Royals 2–4 Bubic (2–6) Raley (1–1) Clarke (2) 12,336 52–43 L2
96 July 25 @ Orioles 1–5 Vespi (3–0) Kluber (6–6) 9,606 52–44 L3
97 July 26 @ Orioles 3–5 Akin (2–1) Poche (2–1) López (19) 11,307 52–45 L4
98 July 27 @ Orioles 6–4 (10) Poche (3–1) López (4–6) Fairbanks (1) 13,592 53–45 W1
99 July 28 @ Orioles 0–3 Lyles (7–8) Yarbrough (0–6) Bautista (3) 16,784 53–46 L1
100 July 29 Guardians 1–4 Bieber (5–6) Springs (3–3) Clase (22) 14,671 53–47 L2
101 July 30 Guardians 6–4 Kluber (7–6) Plesac (2–9) Fairbanks (2) 22,756 54–47 W1
102 July 31 Guardians 3–5 McCarty (2–2) McClanahan (10–4) Clase (23) 18,023 54–48 L1
August: 18–9 (Home: 10–3; Away: 8–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak/Recap
103 August 2 Blue Jays 1–3 Gausman (8–8) Rasmussen (6–4) Romano (25) 16,433 54–49 L2
104 August 3 Blue Jays 3–2 Thompson (3–2) Cimber (8–4) Adam (5) 14,253 55–49 W1
105 August 4 @ Tigers 6–2 Springs (4–3) Hutchison (1–5) 16,595 56–49 W2
106 August 5 @ Tigers 5–3 Beeks (2–1) Jiménez (3–1) Poche (7) 21,547 57–49 W3
107 August 6 @ Tigers 1–9 Hill (2–3) McClanahan (10–5) 40,101 57–50 L1
108 August 7 @ Tigers 7–0 Poche (4–1) Soto (2–6) 18,395 58–50 W1
109 August 9 @ Brewers 3–5 Peralta (4–2) Yarbrough (0–7) Bush (2) 30,030 58–51 L1
110 August 10 @ Brewers 3–4 (10) Williams (3–2) Thompson (3–3) 30,644 58–52 L2
111 August 12 Orioles 3–10 Voth (3–1) Kluber (7–7) 12,380 58–53 L3
112 August 13 Orioles 8–2 McClanahan (11–5) Hall (0–1) 16,823 59–53 W1
113 August 14 Orioles 4–1 Rasmussen (7–4) Lyles (9–9) Adam (6) 18,093 60–53 W2
114 August 15 @ Yankees 4–0 Yarbrough (1–7) Cole (9–5) 42,192 61–53 W3
115 August 16 @ Yankees 3–1 Springs (5–3) Cortés Jr. (9–4) Adam (7) 41,083 62–53 W4
116 August 17 @ Yankees 7–8 (10) Chapman (2–3) Beeks (2–2) 42,512 62–54 L1
117 August 18 Royals 7–1 Patiño (1–1) Castillo (0–1) 8,169 63–54 W1
118 August 19 Royals 2–3 (10) Barlow (5–4) Beeks (2–3) 10,049 63–55 L1
119 August 20 Royals 5–2 Rasmussen (8–4) Bubic (2–8) Fairbanks (3) 19,800 64–55 W1
120 August 21 Royals 3–2 Armstrong (2–1) Cuas (2–2) Fairbanks (4) 12,940 65–55 W2
121 August 22 Angels 2–1 Springs (6–3) Davidson (2–4) Armstrong (1) 9,942 66–55 W3
122 August 23 Angels 11–1 Kluber (8–7) Suárez (4–6) 8,810 67–55 W4
123 August 24 Angels 4–3 (11) Chargois (1–0) Barría (2–3) 9,763 68–55 W5
124 August 25 Angels 8–3 Rasmussen (9–4) Sandoval (4–9) 10,733 69–55 W6
125 August 26 @ Red Sox 8–9 Wacha (9–1) Yarbrough (1–8) Whitlock (6) 30,095 69–56 L1
126 August 27 @ Red Sox 1–5 Hill (6–5) Springs (6–4) Schreiber (5) 34,036 69–57 L2
127 August 28 @ Red Sox 12–4 Kluber (9–7) Pivetta (9–10) 29,116 70–57 W1
128 August 30 @ Marlins 7–2 Chargois (2–0) Luzardo (3–6) 7,386 71–57 W2
129 August 31 @ Marlins 2–1 (10) Adam (2–2) Nance (0–2) Beeks (2) 7,420 72–57 W3
September: 14–14 (Home: 9–7; Away: 5–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak/Recap
130 September 2 Yankees 9–0 Springs (7–4) Germán (2–3) 17,886 73–57 W4
131 September 3 Yankees 2–1 Kluber (10–7) Schmidt (5–4) Adam (8) 21,754 74–57 W5
132 September 4 Yankees 1–2 Montas (5–11) Armstrong (2–2) Holmes (18) 25,025 74–58 L1
133 September 5 Red Sox 4–3 Faucher (2–3) Familia (2–2) Fairbanks (5) 12,264 75–58 W1
134 September 6 Red Sox 8–4 Cleavinger (1–1) Hill (6–6) 8,069 76–58 W2
135 September 7 Red Sox 1–0 Chirinos (1–0) Pivetta (9–11) Fairbanks (6) 8,696 77–58 W3
136 September 9 @ Yankees 4–2 Rasmussen (10–4) Montas (5–12) Armstrong (2) 46,160 78–58 W4
137 September 10 @ Yankees 3–10 Taillon (13–4) Kluber (10–8) 43,088 78–59 L1
138 September 11 @ Yankees 4–10 Peralta (3–4) Patiño (1–2) 36,402 78–60 L2
139 September 12 @ Blue Jays 2–3 Mayza (7–0) Adam (2–3) Romano (33) 23,002 78–61 L3
140 September 13 (1) @ Blue Jays 4–2 Springs (8–4) Merryweather (0–3) Fairbanks (7) 23,497 79–61 W1
141 September 13 (2) @ Blue Jays 2–7 Bass (4–3) Poche (4–2) 25,103 79–62 L1
142 September 14 @ Blue Jays 1–5 Stripling (8–4) Rasmussen (10–5) 24,282 79–63 L2
143 September 15 @ Blue Jays 11–0 McClanahan (12–5) Gausman (12–10) 23,820 80–63 W1
144 September 16 Rangers 3–4 Pérez (12–6) Kluber (10–9) Leclerc (6) 14,127 80–64 L1
145 September 17 Rangers 5–1 Yarbrough (2–8) Gray (7–7) 14,094 81–64 W1
146 September 18 Rangers 5–3 Springs (9–4) Otto (6–9) Fairbanks (8) 12,835 82–64 W2
147 September 19 Astros 0–4 García (13–8) Rasmussen (10–6) 10,390 82–65 L1
148 September 20 Astros 0–5 Javier (10–9) McClanahan (12–6) Pressly (29) 8,992 82–66 L2
149 September 21 Astros 2–5 McCullers Jr. (4–1) Raley (1–2) Pressly (30) 9,293 82–67 L3
150 September 22 Blue Jays 10–5 Yarbrough (3–8) Berríos (11–6) 8,799 83–67 W1
151 September 23 Blue Jays 10–6 Guerra (1–0) García (4–5) 17,407 84–67 W2
152 September 24 Blue Jays 1–3 Manoah (15–7) Rasmussen (10–7) Romano (35) 22,169 84–68 L1
153 September 25 Blue Jays 1–7 Stripling (9–4) McClanahan (12–7) 16,394 84–69 L2
154 September 27 @ Guardians 6–5 (11) Guerra (2–0) Stephan (6–5) Faucher (1) 10,775 85–69 W1
155 September 28 @ Guardians 1–2 (10) Karinchak (2–0) Guerra (2–1) 10,674 85–70 L1
156 September 29 @ Guardians 1–2 De Los Santos (5–0) Armstrong (2–3) Stephan (3) 11,783 85–71 L2
157 September 30 @ Astros 7–3 Rasmussen (11–7) Valdez (16–6) 37,349 86–71 W1
October: 0–5 (Home: 0–0; Away: 0–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak/Recap
158 October 1 @ Astros 1–2 Javier (11–9) McClanahan (12–8) Pressly (32) 37,406 86–72 L1
159 October 2 @ Astros 1–3 García (15–8) Kluber (10–10) Montero (14) 35,809 86–73 L2
160 October 3 @ Red Sox 3–4 Schreiber (4–4) Herget (0–1) Barnes (7) 26,633 86–74 L3
161 October 4 @ Red Sox 0–6 (5) Eovaldi (6–3) Springs (9–5) 26,477 86–75 L4
162 October 5 @ Red Sox 3–6 Bazardo (1–0) Fleming (2–5) Barnes (8) 26,695 86–76 L5

Postseason

2022 Postseason Game Log
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location
Attendance
Series
1 October 7 @ Guardians 1–2 Bieber (1–0) McClanahan (0–1) Clase (1) Progressive Field
30,741
0–1
2 October 8 @ Guardians Progressive Field
3dagger October 9 @ Guardians Progressive Field
dagger If necessary

Player stats

Batting

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG SB
Randy Arozarena 47 181 21 47 12 1 4 20 .260 7
Vidal Bruján 19 54 5 7 2 0 0 2 .130 1
Ji-Man Choi 32 99 13 26 7 0 4 20 .263 0
Yandy Díaz 41 137 19 35 3 0 3 11 .255 0
Wander Franco 45 178 27 48 11 2 4 19 .270 4
Kevin Kiermaier 41 130 21 30 5 0 6 15 .231 3
Brandon Lowe 32 118 20 25 5 2 5 12 .212 1
Josh Lowe 19 64 9 12 3 2 1 6 .188 1
Manuel Margot 33 113 10 37 5 1 3 23 .327 5
Francisco Mejía 22 65 8 16 3 0 2 13 .246 0
Isaac Paredes 17 48 7 10 3 0 3 8 .208 0
Brett Phillips 34 94 10 19 4 0 4 10 .202 6
Harold Ramirez 39 115 14 31 5 0 2 13 .270 1
Taylor Walls 42 117 12 18 3 1 2 4 .154 5
Mike Zunino 32 102 6 15 3 0 4 14 .147 0
Totals 49 1630 203 379 74 9 48 192 .233 34

Pitching

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP R ER BB K
Jason Adam 0 1 0.87 21 0 1 20.2 3 2 6 28
Jalen Beeks 1 0 1.29 12 1 0 21.0 3 3 6 22
JT Chargois 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0.2 0 0 0 1
Robert Dugger 0 0 5.06 1 0 0 5.1 3 3 0 7
Calvin Faucher 0 0 45.00 1 0 0 1.0 5 5 2 1
J. P. Feyereisen 4 0 0.00 20 2 0 20.0 1 0 4 25
Josh Fleming 2 3 6.38 6 2 0 18.1 23 13 9 17
Ralph Garza Jr. 0 1 4.60 9 0 0 15.2 9 8 7 9
Javy Guerra 0 0 8.44 6 0 0 5.1 5 5 1 3
Andrew Kittredge 3 1 3.00 15 0 5 18.0 6 6 1 13
Corey Kluber 1 2 4.03 9 9 0 44.2 20 20 8 42
Dusten Knight 0 1 1.59 3 0 0 5.2 2 1 3 4
Chris Mazza 1 0 11.81 2 0 0 5.1 10 7 6 5
Shane McClanahan 5 2 2.01 10 10 0 58.1 14 13 12 81
Luis Patino 0 1 13.50 1 1 0 0.2 1 1 0 0
Brett Phillips 0 0 24.00 2 0 0 3.0 8 8 2 0
Colin Poche 0 0 1.69 17 0 0 16.0 4 3 3 12
Brooks Raley 1 0 2.84 15 0 3 12.2 6 4 4 14
Drew Rasmussen 5 2 3.47 10 10 0 46.2 18 18 13 44
Tommy Romero 0 0 9.82 2 1 0 3.2 4 4 5 4
Phoenix Sanders 0 0 1.80 5 0 0 10.0 2 2 2 9
Jeffrey Springs 2 2 1.62 13 5 0 33.1 6 6 7 33
Ryan Thompson 1 2 6.88 20 0 4 17.0 16 13 6 14
Matt Wisler 2 1 2.55 21 3 0 24.2 13 7 7 19
Ryan Yarbrough 0 2 4.00 6 5 0 27.0 14 12 8 20
Totals 28 21 3.36 49 49 14 439.0 196 164 123 430

Current roster

Active roster Inactive roster Coaches/Other

Pitchers
Starting rotation

Bullpen

Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders


Pitchers

Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders


Manager

Coaches

60-day injured list



Transactions

April

May

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Durham Bulls Triple-A East
AA Montgomery Biscuits Double-A South
High-A Bowling Green Hot Rods High-A East
A Charleston RiverDogs Low-A East
Rookie FCL Rays Florida Complex League
Foreign Rookie DSL Rays 1 Dominican Summer League
Foreign Rookie DSL Rays 2 Dominican Summer League

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