Rays' Ji-Man Choi: Continues to rake
Choi went 3-for-5 hitting out of the third spot in the lineup in a win over the Indians on Saturday.
Choi's line since being dealt to Tampa Bay for Brad Miller is now up to .284/.368/.480 over 117 plate appearances. If there is a righty starter on the mound, Choi is in the lineup and he continues to keep the offense moving along. Saturday was his fourth multi-hit contest in his last eight games.
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