October 02, 2021 Morning Edition: Rays News Roundup


This is your Rays Stats, News, Rumors, and Commentary Roundup for the Morning of October 02, 2021.


A Look at Rays Pitchers’ Pitch Effectiveness


Collin McHugh

Collin McHugh’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered above average.
  • He features a Slider that is considered above average.
  • He features a Cutter that is considered above average.
  • He features a Curveball that is considered above average.
  • He features a Changeup that is considered below average.

Andrew Kittredge

Andrew Kittredge’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered very good.
  • He features a Slider that is considered above average.
  • He features a Splitter that is considered among the worst in MLB.

Shane Baz

Shane Baz’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered elite.
  • He features a Slider that is considered above average.
  • He features a Curveball that is considered above average.
  • He features a Changeup that is considered above average.

Adam Conley

Adam Conley’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered below average.
  • He features a Slider that is considered to be quite poor.
  • He features a Changeup that is considered very good.

Ryan Thompson

Ryan Thompson’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered above average.
  • He features a Slider that is considered below average.
  • He features a Cutter that is considered very good.
  • He features a Changeup that is considered to be quite poor.

Louis Head

Louis Head’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered very good.
  • He features a Slider that is considered above average.
  • He features a Changeup that is considered below average.

JT Chargois

JT Chargois’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered above average.
  • He features a Slider that is considered above average.

J.P. Feyereisen

J.P. Feyereisen’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered very good.
  • He features a Slider that is considered below average.
  • He features a Changeup that is considered above average.

Tyler Glasnow

Tyler Glasnow’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered very good.
  • He features a Slider that is considered above average.
  • He features a Curveball that is considered very good.
  • He features a Changeup that is considered to be quite poor.

Dietrich Enns

Dietrich Enns’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered above average.
  • He features a Slider that is considered very good.
  • He features a Cutter that is considered among the worst in MLB.
  • He features a Curveball that is considered among the worst in MLB.
  • He features a Changeup that is considered very good.

Drew Rasmussen

Drew Rasmussen’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered very good.
  • He features a Slider that is considered above average.
  • He features a Curveball that is considered above average.
  • He features a Changeup that is considered to be quite poor.

Jeffrey Springs

Jeffrey Springs’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered above average.
  • He features a Slider that is considered below average.
  • He features a Changeup that is considered above average.

Shane McClanahan

Shane McClanahan’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered below average.
  • He features a Slider that is considered above average.
  • He features a Curveball that is considered very good.
  • He features a Splitter that is considered below average.

Pete Fairbanks

Pete Fairbanks’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered above average.
  • He features a Slider that is considered below average.
  • He features a Changeup that is considered below average.

Matt Wisler

Matt Wisler’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered below average.
  • He features a Slider that is considered above average.

Luis Patino

Luis Patino’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered above average.
  • He features a Slider that is considered below average.
  • He features a Curveball that is considered to be quite poor.
  • He features a Changeup that is considered below average.

Chris Archer

Chris Archer’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered to be quite poor.
  • He features a Slider that is considered below average.
  • He features a Changeup that is considered very good.

David Robertson

David Robertson’s pitching repertoire includes:

  • He features a Fastball that is considered among the worst in MLB.
  • He features a Cutter that is considered below average.
  • He features a Curveball that is considered above average.

Now onto the News, Rumors, and Commentary…

“Six starter possibilities include Shane McClanahan, Drew Rasmussen, Michael Wacha, Shane Baz, Luis Patino, and Ryan Yarbrough. Rasmussen and Yarbrough throw from the left side; the others are right-handers. Basically, the Rays need to reduce their roster for the ALDS for 26, with as many as 33 players to choose from. Rays position player choices for playoff roster aren’t easy either The infield and outfield are both crowded with more qualified contenders than spots. The ALDS is a five-game series, with the Rays having an off day after Game 2.”

Above is the summary of: Tampa Bay Rays playoff roster decisions loom large… tap or click to check out the full article.

“We still have two days left in the regular season, so the Rays roster churn continues. Chris Mazza has been recalled from Triple-A, while Louis Head has been optioned, though he’ll remain on-hand as part of the taxi squad, per the team. More to come…”

Above is the summary of: Rays Recall Chris Mazza, Option Louis Head… tap or click to check out the full article.

“Rays manager Kevin Cash said they didn’t want McClanahan to go deep into the game. “We felt good about [the outing],” Cash said. Left-hander Shane McClanahan started for the Rays, tossing three innings and allowing one run on three hits. “You separate the two because we are asking him to come out of the bullpen and get leverage outs,” Cash said.”

Above is the summary of: McClanahan, ‘pen stifle NY in Rays’ 99th win… tap or click to check out the full article.

“It’s a credit to just the amount of quality pitchers that we know that we can rely on in different save situations,” Rays manager Kevin Cash said. “It’s a credit to all those guys. Our front office organization has done such a good job of developing and acquiring guys that we have confidence to throw out there in those roles. • Rays Stat of the Day, August 2021 Tampa Bay wasted no time after clinching a spot in the postseason on Wednesday; it also won Friday and Saturday to record its first three-game winning streak since claiming nine straight from Aug.”

Above is the summary of: Stat of the Day: Cruz hits 449th career HR… tap or click to check out the full article.

“Of the two clubs’ five previous series in 2021, the Yankees have won two, the Rays have won two and the one four-game series was split. The Yankees slugger went 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI on Friday, his fifth multihit game in his last seven. Stanton has seven extra-base hits and 15 RBIs over those last seven games. The Rays took Friday’s series opener, 4-3, but the Yankees will try to battle back.”

Above is the summary of: Free on MLB.TV: Baz makes 3rd MLB start… tap or click to check out the full article.

““But obviously, they reversed [the call].” Franco reached first base two other times, but neither counted toward his streak. I’m very proud of what I was able to do, but now it’s time to back up the team and try to get some victories.” Franco appeared to have kept the streak alive in the sixth inning, when he was called safe at first base on an infield single. And Ted Williams strung together a 44-game on-base streak in ’41, a mark Franco fell one short of. “Personally, I thought I was safe,” Franco said.”

Above is the summary of: ‘Very special’: Wander’s on-base streak ends… tap or click to check out the full article.

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