Tyler Sturdevant relishing opportunity with Rays

When he was selected from Triple-A Durham on May 23, Tyler Sturdevant was 30 years and 156 days of age at the time of his debut. That makes him the oldest player to make his MLB debut with the Rays since 31-year-old Jason Childers in 2006, and according to the Elias Sports Bureau the second oldest since lefty Jim Morris (35) in 1999. It’s been a long time coming. Seven seasons...
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June 09, 2016

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