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Logan Forsythe is having an under-the-radar outstanding season.
Now that Jake McGee is back, he'll join with Brad Boxberger to form one of the best -- and most-unknown, nationally -- back-end bullpen combos in baseball.
The headline return for James Shields and Wade Davis a few offseasons ago was Wil Myers, but remember that Jake Odorizzi also went to the Rays. The 25-year-old righty is pitching like an ace right now.
Bad offense, patchwork rotation and a winning record. Yep, that sounds just about right for the Rays.
The Rays are 6-1 against the Blue Jays (who are 9-5 when they don't play the Rays) and 0-5 against the Yankees. My head is spinning.
The Steven Souza power is breathtaking. If you haven't seen his shot in Toronto, take a look.
Chances to stick: Marginal. I still don't have a ton of trust in this roster but we've seen enough out of the Rays since they dropped the "Devil" to know that completely discounting any success they have is ignorant.
Overreaction: They are just proving they're the easy last-place pick in the AL East.
It already looked like a down year, but 60 percent of their best possible rotation is hurt. Needless to say, the post-Maddon era isn't off to a good start.
It feels like a rough season is coming, but it's also hard to discount the Rays. So I'll settle with them toward the back of the contenders.
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2015 Team Leaders
AVGLogan Forsythe , 2B.291
HRSteven Souza , RF10
RBIEvan Longoria , 3B25
OBPLogan Forsythe , 2B.369
SLGSteven Souza , RF.475
REvan Longoria , 3B26
SBSteven Souza , RF7
WChris Archer , SP5
ERAChris Archer , SP2.12
WHIPChris Archer , SP0.99
KChris Archer , SP82
SVBrad Boxberger , RP15

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