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First baseman Carlos Pena is heading back to Tampa Bay.
Pena agreed to a one-year contract worth $7.25 million to join the Rays, Sports Illustrated's Jon Heyman reported on Friday.
The 33-year-old Pena played four seasons in Tampa Bay before heading to the Chicago Cubs last season. Signed to a one-year deal worth $10 million, Pena batted .225 with 28 homers and 80 RBIs with...
Carlos Pena is coming back to Tampa. He and the Rays have reportedly agreed to a one-year, $7.25 million deal. And while this may strike some fear in the hearts of Red Sox Nation, I think the reign of Carlos the Powerful is done.
While Pena is good with the glove, and can still hit a few home runs, his bat isn't nearly as mighty as it once was. Go take a look at his stats...
When Carlos Pena had his breakout season for Tampa Bay in 2007, it wasn’t as a member of the Rays. Pena was instead just another of the hapless Devil Rays, slogging along in soulless Tropicana Field. Friday, Carlos Pena signed a one-year, $7.25 million contract to return to Tampa Bay and Tropicana Field, where the Rays couldn’t possibly be a more different team than when he...
Carlos Pena is a Ray once again.
Carlos Pena is headed back to the Rays on a one-year/$7.25 million deal, Jon Heyman is reporting today. That's less than the $10 million he made with the Cubs last year. The Pirates never even feigned interest in Pena this winter (at least not as near as I could tell), and so it's probably not worth wondering what they would've had to pay him to come to Pittsburgh. Between...
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Carlos Pena will return to the Tampa Bay Rays after the first baseman agreed to a one-year deal after spending last season with the Chicago Cubs.