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Chase Headley takes 98 mph fastball off chin from Rays pitcher Jake McGee

Moments after Giancarlo Stanton was gruesomely hit by a pitch under his left eye in Milwaukee, Chase Headley went down in the Bronx when a 98 mph fastball from Jake McGee drilled the Yank DH squarely on the chin. Headley was bleeding from the chin and was down for a couple of minutes before walking off with help from trainers. Joe Girardi said Headley was to have facial X-rays Thursday...
Via Pro Sports Daily
September 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Chase Headley hit in jaw by Jake McGee

If thought we wouldn’t see two players get hit in the head tonight, you were wrong. In the ninth inning of the Rays-Yankees game at Yankee Stadium, Jake McGee of the Rays hit Chase Headley in the chin with a pitch Hopefully Headley will be OK. He was able to walk off the field with minimal assistance, and the only immediate damage was a bloody chin. In a perfect world, that will...
Via The Outside Corner
September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Rays wives team up for ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

The wives and girlfriends of the Tampa Bay Rays players gathered Tuesday to take part in the ALS Ice Bucket challenge, becoming the latest group to participate in the dousing ceremony intented to raise awareness for ALS research. Among those doing the dumping were Rays pitchers Brad Boxberger, Jake McGee and Jeremy Hellickson. Take a look at the whole thing below:
Via Fox Sports Florida
September 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Jake McGee (RP, TB) – Waiver Wire Pickups

BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues ANALYSIS: Jake McGee is the new Sean Doolittle, and by that I mean he’s the new “most dominant closer who also doesn’t walk anyone, ever, for real”.  Don’t believe me?  Consider this: since taking over the closer role for the Rays on June 27th, McGee has pitched 17 innings, during which […]
Via RotoBaller
August 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Rays reliever Jake McGee reflects on his first-half performance

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- He may not be part of the American League All-Star roster, but Tampa Bay Rays reliever Jake McGee has enjoyed a first half to remember. The left-hander, throughout much of the season, has stood as one of manager Joe Maddon's most dependable bullpen options. The trust was recognized in June, when Maddon called McGee the Rays' ''one true All...
Via Fox Sports Florida
July 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Rays hold on to beat Royals in Hellickson’s return

The Tampa Bay Rays scored a couple of runs in the eighth inning Tuesday night to extend their lead to three, which seemed like plenty of insurance with reliever Jake McGee on the mound. Turns out, they needed both of those runs because the Kansas City Royals made things exciting as McGee tried to finish off his sixth save of the season. He did, but not until the Royals scored twice...
Via Pro Sports Daily
July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

MLB Closer Report: Glen Perkins, Jake McGee and more

Each and every week FFLockerRoom will be here to update you on what might be going on in the bullpens around Major League Baseball. This report could potentially highlight closers on their last legs (and therefore ones you may want to sell quickly) as well as recognizing the set up men that might be on the verge of taking over the role (and therefore should be scooped up if on the...
Via FF Locker Room
June 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Rays' McGee tries to add to his arsenal

Jake McGee took the mound Tuesday during the fourth inning for another inning of work this spring, and up stepped David Ortiz. Perfect. The left-handed McGee was hoping to face a left-handed batter Tuesday when the Tampa Bay Rays played the Boston Red Sox. Having faced three righties in his first outing this spring, McGee was itching to throw his curveball to a left-hander. Who...
Via Pro Sports Daily
March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Rays' McGee works on off-speed options

Rays LHP Jake McGee is working on an answer to the complaints that he can't be effective throwing only a fastball. Two answers, actually. McGee is throwing a curveball and a changeup this spring, with plans to incorporate both into what now could be an intriguing three-pitch arsenal. "Hitters will have more to think about," McGee said. McGee threw a career-high...
Via Pro Sports Daily
February 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Jake McGee goes for gold….

If you ever watched a Major League Baseball game then you know that the bullpen can be a very entertaining place, especially when your team is winning a lopsided game. Well in yesterdays Tampa Bay Rays / Baltimore Orioles game Jake McGee had to find a way to entertain himself. McGee was hoping to get into the game but after a six run ninth inning there was no need for him, so he...
Via My Sports Rumors
May 19, 2013  |  Discuss
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