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Heath Bell is also a guy that we’ve liked for quite a while,” Friedman said. “He’s still got really good stuff. He missed a lot of bats this year, commanded the zone better than in years past, just a lot of good indicators that we feel can put him in a position to come here and have a lot of success. — Andrew Friedman on newly acquired reliever, Heath Bell.
In case you haven’t heard, we have announced our 2014 Spring Training schedule. Pitchers and catchers report on February 14th and the first home game is on February 28th. Hit that LIKE button if you can’t wait! Visit www.raysbaseball.com for the full schedule.
Ryan Hanigan is a tremendously talented defensive catcher,” said Andrew Friedman, Rays executive vice president of baseball operations. “[He] really shuts down the run game, [and] takes a lot of pride in what he does behind the plate. And we also like what he can do in the batter’s box, especially against left-handed pitching. He’s a guy we’ve had our eye on for a while, and so when we had the opportunity to acquire him, we were aggressive to do so. — Andrew Friedman on newly acquired catcher, Ryan Hanigan
This project will significantly enhance the total ballpark experience,” said Rays Senior Vice President of Development and Business Affairs Michael Kalt. “It will make it much easier for our patrons to navigate the ballpark, and allow them to enjoy the game from exciting new areas and dynamic new vantage points.
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These renovations reflect our constant commitment to providing a first class gameday experience at Tropicana Field,” said Rays Principal Owner Stuart Sternberg. “A visit to the ballpark will be even more enjoyable because of these new features and attractions.