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Apr 13, 2014
Rotoworld
Ben Zobrist hit a two-run homers from both the right side and the left side of the plate in Sunday's loss to the Reds.
Tampa Bay Times Apr 14, 2014

Rays: Zobrist in rare company with two-HR game

Double trouble Ben Zobrist became the third Ray player to homer from both sides of the plate in the same game, going deep off LH Tony Cingrani and RH Nick Christiani. The others: Willy Aybar 8/3/09 vs. Royals RH Zack Greinke, LH Ron Mahay Geoff Blum 5/4/04 at …
Rotoworld Apr 13, 2014

Zobrist homers from both sides of the plate - Ben Zobrist (2B) Tampa Bay Rays

Ben Zobrist hit a two-run homers from both the right side and the left side of the plate in Sunday's loss to the Reds.
KFFL Apr 13, 2014

Rays | Ben Zobrist hits two out

Tampa Bay Rays 2B/OF Ben Zobrist hit a home run from each side of the ...
DRaysBay Apr 10, 2014
Controversial, but Consistent: The New Secured Possession Rule

Controversial, but Consistent: The New Secured Possession Rule

We're not even two weeks into the season, but there have already been numerous examples of MLB's new interpretation of the transfer rule. New to MLB in 2014 is the secured possession rule (reinterpretation of a catch), which has already sparked much debate against managers and players alike. Last night, the Rays saw first hand exactly what this new rule means, and neither Joe Maddon nor Ben Zobrist were pleased with the results. The play was in the bottom of the third as Yunel Escobar tossed a ball to Ben Zobrist to set up a double play. Zobrist caught the ball from Escobar and tagged...
Tampa Bay Times Mar 27, 2014

Maddon lines up Rays rotation for season

SARASOTA — The Rays looked at different ways they could present their rotation during the regular season.

Twinsights: Versatile Eduardo Escobar making his case to stay with Minnesota Twins

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Among the five remaining bubble pitchers and positional players out of options with the Minnesota Twins, Eduardo Escobar might be the most intriguing. Still just 25 years old, the switch-hitting utility man is having an excellent spring, hitting .306 in 36 at-bats with 18 total bases. That includes two doubles, a triple and a long home run from the left side on Saturday against the New York Yankees. When Tampa Bay Rays super-sub Sean Rodriguez and versatile Ben Zobrist were mentioned in a conversation on Sunday, Twins assistant general manager Rob Antony countered wi......

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