8:37 PM EDT, Tue July 28, 2015
Tampa Tribune 1 hour ago

Rays trade DeJesus to Angels

The Tampa Bay Rays have traded outfielder David DeJesus to the Los Angeles Angels for right-handed pitcher Eduar Lopez, according to a news release from the team. The Rays will play tonight's game against the Detroit Tigers with 24 players, and will make a move later to replace DeJesus on
Rays Index 1 hour ago

Rays trade David DeJesus to Angels for pitching prospect

The Rays have traded David DeJesus to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim near Disneyland for 20-year-old pitching prospect Eduar Lopez. Lopez was originally signed by the Angels in 2012 as a 17-year-old out of the Dominican Republic. After two seasons in the Dominican Summer league, the right-hander spent the […]
Orange County Register 1 hour ago
Angels load up in outfield, acquire David Murphy from Indians and David DeJesus from Rays

Angels load up in outfield, acquire David Murphy from Indians and David DeJesus from Rays

HOUSTON - The Angels acquired more two veteran corner outfielders in separate deals Tuesday, picking up David Murphy from the Cleveland Indians and David DeJesus from the Tampa Bay Rays. The deals come a day after the Angels acquired another...
DRaysBay Jul 24, 2015

Rays trade rumors: High likelihood team could deal from bullpen

Yesterday afternoon, SB Nation's Chris Cotillo reported the Rays are listening on veterans David DeJesus, John Jaso, and Kevin Jepsen, while rebuffing requests for any pitchers under long term control. All of this coincides with the Rays also being in the market for a catcher, and asking for non-rentals in any major league pieces offered. In other words, they want players with years of control. The Rays have plenty of outfielders and made it this far without Jaso, so the first two rumors are less of a surprise. DeJesus and the DH Jaso could be rentals for any team that comes calling and, in...
DRaysBay Jul 23, 2015

Reports: Rays Open To Trading DeJesus, Jaso, and Jepsen

According to Chris Cotillo, the Rays are open to trading the three veteran players. This report coming from Chris Cotillo of SBNation can be read in it's entirety here. If the Rays are willing to sell, the veterans who are the most likely to be moved are David DeJesus, John Jaso and Kevin Jepsen, according to a source. Multiple teams have reached out with interest in the team's controllable starters (Nathan Karns, Erasmo Ramirez and Alex Colome) and relievers (Brad Boxberger and Jake McGee), though the Rays would have to be overwhelmed to part with any of those arms. The fact that the...

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