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Rays' Drew Smyly: Wins arbitration case for $3.75 million
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Drew Smyly won his arbitration case and will receive a $3.75 million salary in 2016, MLB Network's Jon Heyman reports.

Coming off a sterling finish to his injury-shortened 2015 season, Smyly won MLB's first arbitration hearing in 2016. He'll likely slot in as Tampa's third or fourth starter, with durability the biggest question mark.

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Rays' Xavier Cedeno: Could see eighth inning as bullpen's new top lefty
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Cedeno is likely to see some action in the eighth inning as the bullpen's new top lefty following the Jake McGee trade, according to Mark Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times.

On almost any other team, Cedeno would have been his team's top lefty last year, at least going by performance. After five forgettable appearances in Washington, Cedeno was traded to the Rays and promptly started dominating, registering a 2.09 ERA in 43.0 innings while striking out a batter per inning. Alex Colome is still best positioned to be Kevin Cash's formal set-up man, but Tampa Bay's liberal usage of its bullpen means Cedeno should see quite a few opportunities.

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Rays' Alex Colome: Likely to assume set-up role after McGee trade
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Colome is likely to take over the eighth inning following the Jake McGee trade, according to Mark Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Colome was stellar as a reliever last year, pitching a 44-to-7 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 40.2 innings while never allowing a home run. With a career as a starter seemingly in the rear-view mirror, the 27-year-old should be free to unleash mid-90s heat late in the game. However, the Rays have always been creative in their pitcher usage, so there's a good chance it wouldn't be a traditional set-up role, as time could be split with Xavier Cedeno, the bullpen's new top lefty.

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Rays' Kevin Padlo: Dealt to Tampa Bay
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Padlo was sent to the Tampa Bay Rays as part of Thursday's trade that also dealt Corey Dickerson to Tampa Bay in exchange for Jake McGee, Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reports.

The 19-year-old third baseman had organizational obstacles in his way given that the Rockies already have their third baseman of the future in Nolan Arenado, making Padlo an expendable piece for Colorado. He's still a ways from cracking the major league level after spending the last two seasons between rookie and High-A ball, serving primarily as a third baseman and a designated hitter. He slashed .294/.404/.502 at Low-A Boise last season but struggled at the next level, batting .145/.273/.277 at High-A Asheville. Padlo will likely start the season with one of Tampa Bay's lower level affiliates.

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Trade of Dickerson opens up spot for Gerardo Parra
by Heath Cummings | Senior Fantasy Writer

It was difficult to know exactly what to think when the Colorado Rockies originally signed Gerardo Parra , but with the trade of Dickerson to the Tampa Bay Rays it becomes more clear. Parra's start to 2015 in Milwaukee was the best baseball he'd played of his career and it should surprise anyone if he approaches those numbers in Colorado.

With exposure to Coors and regular playing time, Parra should be a threat for 15 HR and 15 SB with an OPS around .750. He'll be a borderline fourth outfielder in Fantasy leagues worth drafting in the middle to later rounds.

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