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Call to the Pen Sep 2, 2019

Toronto Blue Jays land two intriguing prospects in Eric Sogard deal

The Toronto Blue Jays finally received their return for the Eric Sogard trade back on July 28. Back on July 28, the Toronto Blue Jays traded Eric Sogard to the Tampa Bay Rays. In exchange, the Rays were to send back two players to be named later. Obviously, Sogard’s performance for the Rays would depend […] Toronto Blue Jays land two intriguing prospects in Eric Sogard deal - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Jays Journal Sep 1, 2019

Blue Jays, Rays finalize the details of the Eric Sogard trade

The Blue Jays have acquired Curtis Taylor and Edisson Gonzalez from the Tampa Bay Rays to complete the Eric Sogard trade. According to an official team announcement, the Blue Jays have acquired pitchers Curtis Taylor and Edisson Gonzalez from the Tampa Bay Rays as the two players to be named later in the Eric Sogard […] Blue Jays, Rays finalize the details of the Eric Sogard trade - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - A Toronto Blue Jays Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
DRaysBay Aug 25, 2019
Rays 3, Orioles 8: Bummed in Baltimore

Rays 3, Orioles 8: Bummed in Baltimore

Photo by Mitchell Layton/ The Rays manage only a split against one of the worst teams in baseball. The Rays were unable to come away with a series win against the Baltimore Orioles, dropping the final game of this four game set 8-3. The loss dropped the Rays back to 20 games over .500. In a microcosm of the day, things started on a positive note before turning south in a hurry. Eric Sogard laced the first pitch of the game from Dylan Bundy into the right field corner for a double. But he was erased at third on a nice play by Orioles catcher Pedro Severino when a Pham bunt attempt...
DRaysBay Aug 23, 2019
Are you in favor of a ‘juiced’ baseball?

Are you in favor of a ‘juiced’ baseball?

What were you expecting, a picture of Eric Sogard? | Photo by Michael Zagaris/MLB Photos via Do fans dig the long ball? Welcome to SB Nation FanPulse, a survey of fans across MLB. Each week, we send 30 polls to plugged in fans from each team. Rays fans, sign up HERE to join FanPulse. Baseballs have been flying out of Major League ballparks, and with the introduction of MLB balls to Triple-A, now Minor League ball parks, all summer long...and there seems to be no stopping the homerun epidemic. As for why it’s happening, there has been a tremendous amount of research done on the balls...

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