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HAK-JU LEE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Rays prospect Hak-Ju Lee injures knee, will likely miss rest of season

During Saturday night's Durham Bulls-Norfolk Tides game, Tampa Bay Rays shortstop prospect Hak-Ju Lee of Durham suffered a gruesome looking knee injury in the fourth inning. LJ Hoes of Norfolk hit a grounder to second baseman Tim Beckham, who flipped to Lee at short to try to turn a double play. Travis Ishikawa of the Tides slid into second base, and his head collided with Lee...
Via The Outside Corner
April 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Rays pull out a win against the Twins

The Rays were on the verge of dropping a second straight game when they played the Minnesota Twins Tuesday afternoon. But an eighth inning rally completed their comeback to win 8-5. Starting pitcher Matt Moore started a bit shaky after giving up two runs in the first inning. He would be unable to get out of the third inning with two outs and finished his outing with two runs, two...
Via The Bay Cave
March 05, 2013  |  Discuss
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