Jesus Sucre

#45 C / Tampa Bay Rays / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 225 lb Age: 29 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Rays' Jesus Sucre: Avoids arbitration

      Jesus Sucre agreed to a one-year, $925,000 deal with the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday, avoiding arbitration, Roger Mooney of The Tampa Bay Times reports.This was the second offseason he was arbitration eligible, and Sucre collected a raise of $295,000. He slashed .256/.289/.409 with seven home runs and 29 RBI in 63 games as the reserve catcher in 2017, and will likely fill out the same role during this upcoming season.

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      Rays' Jesus Sucre: Another productive start in loss

      Jesus Sucre went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run in Sunday's 9-4 loss to the Orioles.Sucre has made good use of his sporadic playing time recently, as he has a trio of two-hit efforts in September. Sunday's homer was also his third in eight starts this month, leading to a .292 average and .667 slugging percentage in 24 plate appearances over that span.

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      Rays' Jesus Sucre: Smacks sixth homer in one-run win

      Jesus Sucre went 2-for-3 with a solo home run and two runs in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Red Sox.The backup catcher's 373-foot shot to left in the sixth snapped a 2-2 tie and ended up being the difference in the ballgame. Sucre has a pair of two-hit outings in six September starts and is slashing .294/.294/.404 overall during the month -- a nice supplement to his solid defense behind the dish.

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      Rays' Jesus Sucre: Continues producing Thursday

      Jesus Sucre went 2-for-4 in Thursday's 2-0 win over the Blue Jays.All Sucre seems to do in his occasional opportunities is produce, as he's now hit safely in six of his last seven starts. The veteran backstop has proven to be an ideal complement to Wilson Ramos, contributing his trademark defense and also hitting an impressive .308 with runners in scoring position.

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      Rays' Jesus Sucre: Singles, scores in loss

      Jesus Sucre went 1-for-3 with a run in Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Indians.The veteran backstop has now hit safely in each of his four August starts, notching a single in each of those games. Sucre has proven to be a viable fill-in for Wilson Ramos whenever the latter has gotten time off, hitting a respectable .254 with four home runs and 24 RBI in 150 plate appearances while also providing above-average defense.

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      Rays' Jesus Sucre: Plates a pair in Saturday's win

      Jesus Sucre went 2-for-4 with two RBI from a run-scoring groundout and a single in Saturday's 6-3 win over the Angels.The veteran backstop continues to provide solid offense in his occasional starts, and he's now hit safely in four of his last six contests. Sucre will operate behind the dish again Sunday in place of Wilson Ramos (hamstring) and could be in line for several more starts if the latter's problem lingers.

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      Rays' Jesus Sucre: Back in action Wednesday

      Jesus Sucre (wrist) is batting eighth and starting at catcher for Wednesday's game against the Cubs, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.Sucre was hit in the right wrist by a deflected ball Sunday, but further evaluations indicated it wasn't enough to miss any extensive time, so he'll draw the start in the series finale. The 29-year-old has seen plenty of opportunities as the starting backstop this year, turning in a .257 batting average to go along with 20 RBI. However, Sucre could see his playing time reduced in the second half of the season as counterpart Wilson Ramos continues to increase his workload.

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      Rays' Jesus Sucre: Wrist feeling much better

      Jesus Sucre's right wrist, which was hit by a deflected pitch Sunday, improved overnight to the extent that he didn't need a planned CT scan Monday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.Sucre has been termed "good to go", meaning that he should be available without limitations the next time the Tampa Bay Rays want to give Wilson Ramos a day off from catching duties. The veteran backstop didn't take the full brunt of the pitch that caused his injury, as the ball hit the Orioles' Ruben Tejeda first. That likely played a large part in the rather rapid recovery, which eliminates the need for the Rays to call up Curt Casali from Triple-A Durham.

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      Rays' Jesus Sucre: Headed for further tests on wrist

      Jesus Sucre, who hit his fourth homer but was also hit in the right wrist by a deflected ball Sunday, will undergo a CT scan Monday after initial X-rays were inconclusive, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports. "The X-rays don't look that bad," he said. "I just hope everything is okay."The 29-year-old's injury was somewhat of a freak occurrence, as the ball first made contact with the Orioles' Ruben Tejeda before reaching Sucre's wrist. If the veteran backstop is forced to miss any time, Curt Casali could be called up from Triple-A Durham in his stead.

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      Rays' Jesus Sucre: Raps out trio of hits Sunday

      Jesus Sucre went 3-for-4 in Sunday's 8-5 loss to the Orioles.The veteran backstop is now the primary backup at catcher with Derek Norris having been designated for assignment Saturday. Sucre is known for his outstanding defensive work behind the dish, although he's also generating serviceable offense this season -- a .245 average, three doubles, three home runs and 19 RBI over 101 plate appearances. Wilson Ramos made his season debut on Saturday after offseason knee surgery, but the Tampa Bay Rays' current aversion to deploying him in back-to-back games figures to afford Sucre a steady dose of starts for the foreseeable future.