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Tampa Bay Times Feb 17, 2017

Meet new Rays reliever Hunter who broke his back for his son

PORT CHARLOTTE — Pitcher Tommy Hunter joined the Rays on Friday, signing a minor-league deal. Hunter is a veteran, versatile right-hander who threw for two contenders last season — Cleveland and Baltimore. He was once a closer for the Orioles. He has pitched in three postseasons, including three starts for Texas in 2010, one in the …
Sacramento Bee Feb 17, 2017

Tommy Hunter agrees to minor league contract with Rays

Reliever Tommy Hunter has agreed to a minor league contract with the Tampa Bay Rays, who are giving the 30-year right-hander an opportunity to earn a job in a revamped …
Boston Herald Feb 17, 2017
Tommy Hunter agrees to minor league contract with Rays

Tommy Hunter agrees to minor league contract with Rays

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. — Reliever Tommy Hunter has agreed to a minor league contract with the Tampa Bay Rays, who are giving the 30-year right-hander an opportunity to earn a job in a revamped bullpen.The team said details of the contract had yet to be finalized. The 30-year-old, who pitched for four other teams during his nine-year major league career, reported to spring training Friday.Hunter was 2-2 with a 3.18 ERA in 33 appearances for Cleveland and Baltimore last year. in 2016. He also has pitched for Texas and the Chicago Cubs.Rays manager Kevin Cash said Hunter brings a ton of energy...
MLB Daily Dish Feb 16, 2017
Rays, Tommy Hunter agree to minor-league deal

Rays, Tommy Hunter agree to minor-league deal

The reliever spent last year with the Indians and Orioles. The Rays have agreed to a minor-league deal with reliever Tommy Hunter, pending a physical, a source told SB Nation on Thursday. Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times first reported a deal was close. Hunter, 30, joins Shawn Tolleson and Cory Rasmus as free agents to join the Rays’ bullpen mix this winter and appears to have a good chance of cracking a group that includes Erasmo Ramirez, Danny Farquhar and Brad Boxberger in front of closer Alex Colome. Hunter spent last season with the Indians and Orioles, posting a 3.18 ERA and 6.1...
DRaysBay Feb 16, 2017
Rays, RHP Tommy Hunter agree on minor league deal

Rays, RHP Tommy Hunter agree on minor league deal

Multiple reports this morning indicate that the Rays are close to signing former Orioles and Indian reliever Tommy Hunter to a minor league deal. #Rays are close to signing RHP Tommy Hunter to a minor league deal. Could be official later today.— Marc Topkin (@TBTimes_Rays) February 16, 2017 Rays in agreement on minor-league deal with Tommy Hunter, source tells SBN. @TBTimes_Rays mentioned sides.— Chris Cotillo (@ChrisCotillo) February 16, 2017 Tommy Hunter isn’t an exciting name, but he pitched for two contenders in 2016, posting a 2.13 ERA and 3.06 FIP, and is entering his...
MLB Trade Rumors Feb 16, 2017

Rays Nearing Minor League Deal With Tommy Hunter

The Rays are closing in on a minor league contract with right-handed reliever Tommy Hunter, reports Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times (on Twitter). An agreement could be finalized today, he adds. The 30-year-old Hunter, long a member of the division-rival Orioles’ bullpen, split last season between Cleveland and Baltimore, pitching to a combined…
KFFL Feb 16, 2017

Rays | Tommy Hunter agrees with Rays

Free-agent RP Tommy Hunter (Orioles) agreed to a minor league contract with the Tampa Bay ...
DRaysBay Feb 14, 2017
Tampa Bay Rays in talks with Matt Wieters and Tommy Hunter

Tampa Bay Rays in talks with Matt Wieters and Tommy Hunter

With spring training officially underway, the Rays are still looking into making additions In his latest post, Marc Topkin says the Rays are still in talks with free agents, Matt Wieters and Tommy Hunter. Rays pitchers and catcher reported Sunday and are holding their first workout throughout the day, but they may be joined by two new players in the coming days if things work out. Matt Wieters has been linked to the Rays throughout the off-season, but his price has been thought to been too high but with a lack of suitors, the former four-time all-star may have to settle for what the Rays...
Rotoworld Feb 7, 2017

Hunter seeking major league contract - Tommy Hunter (R) Baltimore Orioles

According to Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports, free agent reliever Tommy Hunter is still seeking a major league deal.
Birds Watcher Feb 2, 2017

Baltimore Orioles: October bullpen usage won’t happen in April

Despite the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs using their bullpen tactically during the World Series, the Baltimore Orioles won’t use their bullpen the same way in April. During the Fall Classic, the Cleveland Indians and the Chicago Cubs had a battle of the bullpens, one that was in sharp contrast on how the Baltimore Orioles […] Baltimore Orioles: October bullpen usage won’t happen in April - Birds Watcher - Birds Watcher - A Baltimore Orioles Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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