Tampa Bay Rays minor league players

Tampa Bay Rays minor league players

Below is a partial list of minor league baseball players in the Tampa Bay Rays system:

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Cole Figueroa

Stephen Coleman Figueroa (born June 30, 1987 in Tallahassee, Florida[1]) is a professional baseball player in the Tampa Bay Rays organization. He was the starting shortstop for University of Florida during his college career, and was drafted by San Diego Padres in the sixth round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft.

Figueroa is the son of Cindy and Bien Figueroa. His father Bien Figueroa is a former major leaguer with the St. Louis Cardinals. He played for Joe Vallese at Lincoln High School, where he helped take the team to the District 4A Championship. Figueroa played college baseball at The University of Florida for coach Kevin O'Sullivan while majoring in Sports Management.

Figueroa's college achievements included All SEC Freshman Team the SEC all-academic team. Figueroa was also named freshman All-American by rivals.com, Louisville Slugger, and Baseball America. He was selected to the Dick Howser Trophy watch list.

In 2008, Figueroa was named to the All-SEC academic team. He was named a Golden Spikes Award finalist along with being named to the midseason watch list for the Brooks Wallace Award. Figueroa led the Gators that year in average, home runs, RBI, Slugging percentage and on-base percentage. Figueroa also played two season in the Prestiges Cape Cod League, 2007 (Harwich) where he was named an all star and 2008 (Orleans)>

Figueroa was drafted in the 6th round in the 2008 MLB Draft by the San Diego Padres. Figueroa signed an over slot 400,000 dollar contract with the Padres on July 5, 2008.[2]

The Padres traded Figueroa to the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for SS Jason Bartlett along with Brandon Gomes, Cesar Ramos and Adam Russel on December 17, 2010.[3]

Hak-Ju Lee

Hak-Ju Lee
Tampa Bay Rays
Shortstop
Born: November 4, 1990 (1990-11-04) (age 21)
Jeonju, South Korea
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Hak-Ju Lee (born November 4, 1990) is a South Korean professional baseball shortstop in the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

Lee was signed out of South Korea by the Chicago Cubs in 2008 at age 18, receiving a signing bonus of $1.15 million. He made his debut in the Cubs system for the Class-A Boise Hawks in 2009 after recovering from Tommy John surgery.[4]

Lee played for the World team in the 2010 All-Star Futures Game, going 1-for-2 with a single, and making a fielding error.[5][6] He was ranked by Baseball America as the fourth-best prospect in the Cubs' system going into 2011.[7]

On January 7, 2011, Lee was traded to the Tampa Bay Rays along with fellow prospects Christopher Archer, Brandon Guyer, Robinson Chirinos and Cubs outfielder Sam Fuld for pitcher Matt Garza, outfielder Fernando Perez and minor league pitcher Zachary Rosscup.[8][9]

Hak-Ju Lee's estimated time of arrival to the big league is in the year of 2013.[10]

Josh Sale

Josh Sale is a Minor league baseball player, currently in the Tampa Bay Rays organization. He was the Rays first pick, taken 17th overall in the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft. Sale was drafted out of Bishop Blanchet High School in Seattle, Washington.

High school

During his senior year Sale batted .520 with 5 home runs, 6 doubles, and drove in 20 runs. He walked 27 times due to opposing pitchers fearing he would hit the ball out of the park. Sale led Washington state with 13 home runs as a junior.

Draft

On June 7, 2010, the Rays announced that they had selected Sale in the first round. Sale was one of three Seattle area players selected by the Rays in the first three rounds of the draft, the others being Drew Vettleson and Ryan Brett.

Emeel Salem

Emeel Salem
Tampa Bay Rays — No. --
Center fielder
Born: February 11, 1985 (1985-02-11) (age 26)
Birmingham, Alabama
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Emeel Badie Salem, Jr. (born February 11, 1985 in Birmingham, Alabama) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Tampa Bay Rays organization.. He bats and throws left-handed, and primarily plays center field. Salem attended the University of Alabama from 2004 to 2007 and received many awards while playing for the Alabama Crimson Tide baseball team. He was also awarded for his achievements as a student-athlete, including becoming the first college baseball player to win the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award in 2007 after achieving a 3.85 grade point average from his freshman to senior years in college. Salem was drafted as a junior at The University of Alabama in the 10th round of the 2006 Major League Baseball Draft by the Baltimore Orioles, but opted to return for his senior year. Following his final collegiate season, he was drafted in the 6th round by the Tampa Bay Rays, signing a professional contract in June 2007. Salem has played for the Class-A Short-Season Hudson Valley Renegades (2007), the Class-A Columbus Catfish (2008), the Class-A Advanced Charlotte Stone Crabs (2009), the Double-A Montgomery Biscuits (2010), and the Triple-A Durham Bulls (2010) in the minors. Over his career, he has primarily played center field, however, Salem has played left field, right field and designated hitter.

Amateur career

Salem attended Mountain Brook High School in Mountain Brook, Alabama and later the University of Alabama. During his freshman season at Alabama, Salem batted .304 with 16 runs, 21 hits, two doubles, one home run, 11 runs batted in (RBIs) and five stolen bases in 41 games. In 2005, Salem's sophomore season, he batted .277 with 31 runs, 56 hits, four doubles, three triples, 14 RBIs, 13 stolen bases and seven caught stealing in 59 games. On May 1, 2006, during his junior season, Salem won the Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week awarded by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper, and was named Southeastern Conference (SEC) Player of the Week.[11] At the end of the season, Salem was awarded the Southeastern Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year award as voted upon by the 12 SEC head coaches.[12] As of May 23, 2006. he was double majoring in marketing and Spanish and sustained a 3.9 grade point average.[12] From 2004 to 2006, Salem made the SEC Academic honor roll and in 2006 was selected to the coach's First-Team All-SEC team.[12] On the 2006 season, he Salem batted .356 with 67 runs, 101 hits, 14 doubles, seven triples, two home runs, 32 RBIs, and 36 stolen bases. In the 2006 Major League Baseball Draft, Salem was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the tenth round, but did not sign.[13] On June 13, 2006, Salem and teammate Wade LeBlanc were named to the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) First-Team All-South Region team.[14]

Before his senior season in 2007, Salem was named to the Brooks Wallace Award and Dick Howser Trophy watch list.[15] He was also named a pre-season All-American by the College Baseball Foundation, Rivals.com and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association.[15] On his academic success, Salem commented, "I really do take pride in my grades...When a lot of guys go out and everything, I'm in the library studying. So, I definitely make the sacrifices."[15] On his 22nd birth day, Salem hit two home runs in his first two at-bats in a game against Georgia State University.[16] In 2007, Salem was nominated by the University of Alabama for the H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete Post-Graduate Scholarship and received the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award after sustaining a 3.85 grade point average after his senior year.[17] He later won the H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete Post-Graduate Scholarship, which was awarded to him at the annual SEC spring meeting in Destin, Florida, on May 31, 2007.[18] On April 17, 2007, it was announced that Salem, along with 30 other college baseball players, were finalists for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award.[19] Salem was named to the ESPN the Magazine's First-Team Academic All-American Team, making it his second consecutive season to receive that honor.[20] Salem won the inaugural Lowe's Senior CLASS Award after beating out 29 other finalists.[21] Salem was named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association All-American Team after the 2007 season.[22] On the 2007 season, his final at Alabama, Salem batted .351 with 61 runs, 81 hits, seven doubles, three triples, seven home runs, 32 RBIs, and 23 stolen bases in 57 games.

Professional career

The Tampa Bay Devil Rays (now known as the Tampa Bay Rays) drafted Salem in the sixth round of the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft.[23] Salem began his professional career with the Class-A Short-Season Hudson Valley Renegades. With the Renegades, he batted .311 with 41 runs, 70 hits, 11 doubles, seven triples, one home run, 23 runs batted in (RBIs) and 28 stolen bases in 58 games. Salem was tied for second in the New York – Penn League in triples and was third in stolen bases.[24] He was selected to the New York – Penn League Post-Season All-Star team after the season.[25] In 2008, Salem spent the entire season with the Class-A Columbus Catfish. During the month of April, the Tampa Bay Rays named Salem the Player of the Month in their minor league organization.[26] On May 16, 2008, Salem was placed on the disabled list after he broke his elbow from sliding head-first into second base.[27] His injury was season ending and he spent the rest of the season rehabbing at Naimoli Complex in St. Petersburg, Florida.[28] In 38 games, Salem batted .301 with 24 runs, 26 hits, four doubles, three triples, seven RBIs, and 25 stolen bases. Salem began the season with the Class-A Advanced Charlotte Stone Crabs. On the season, Salem batted .255 with 54 runs, 91 hits, 12 doubles, seven triples, 22 RBIs, and 24 stolen bases in 99 games. He led the team in triples.[29] Salem was assigned to the Double-A Montgomery Biscuits.

Other activities

Salem led the Pinnacle Baseball Camp, a camp for baseball players in grades kindergarten to eighth grade.[30] Along with Salem, other professional players instructed the camp including second baseman Matt Downs and shortstop Greg Paiml.[30]

Personal

Salem's father, Emeel Salem, Sr., was drafted by the Chicago Cubs out of high school but chose to attended the University of South Alabama where he played baseball under coach Eddie Stanky.[15] Salem is a concert pianist and speaks several different languages.[23] Salem is also related to football players Ed Salem, George Salem, Sr., George Salem, Jr. and Jimbo Salem.[11][15]

Greg Sexton

Gregory (Greg) Sexton, born February 8, 1985, is a third baseman with the Montgomery Biscuits, the Double-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays.

After the 2009 season with the Charlotte Stone Crabs, Sexton batted .244 with 3 home runs, 37 RBI, and 4 stolen bases. Sexton was a 10th Round (305th Overall) selection in the 2007 Amateur Entry Draft.


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Double-A

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  • 35 Christopher Archer *
  •  9 Nick Barnese
  • 13 Matt Bush *
  • -- Alexander Colome
  • 34 Joseph Cruz Injury icon 2.svg
  •  7 Frank De Los Santos
  • 20 Shane Dyer
  •  4 Sergio Espinosa
  • 16 Marquis Fleming
  • -- Ricky Orta Injury icon 2.svg
  • 25 Jim Paduch
  • 21 Paul Phillips
  • 19 Zachary Quate
  • 28 Neil Schenk

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  •  1 Craig Albernaz
  •  5 David Wendt

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Outfielders

  • 23 Kyeong Kang
  • -- Emeel Salem Injury icon 2.svg
  • 12 John Shelby
  • 29 Isaias Velasquez

Manager

  • 24 Billy Gardner

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Class A-Advanced

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  • 38 Chris Andujar Injury icon 2.svg
  • 39 Alexander Colome
  • 35 Felix Fuentes ‡
  • 24 Michael Jarman
  • 30 Merrill Kelly
  • 27 Alex Koronis
  • 21 Adam Liberatore
  • 14 Kyle Lobstein
  • 34 Deivis Mavarez
  • 11 Josh Satow
  • 23 Scott Shuman
  • 26 Matthew Stabelfeld
  • -- Albert Suarez Injury icon 2.svg *
  • 36 Jacob Thompson
  •  8 Kirby Yates

Catchers

  • 19 Mayobanex Acosta
  • 22 Jake Jefferies
  •  7 Mark Thomas

Infielders

  • 16 Tyler Bortnick
  •  7 Orrala Erick
  • 10 Matthew Hall
  •  3 Hak-Ju Lee
  •  6 Omar Luna
  • 20 Michael Sheridan

Outfielders

  • 28 Dustin Biell
  • 17 Reid Fronk
  • 25 Ty Morrison
  •  1 Christopher Murrill
  •  5 Brett Nommensen
  •  9 Anthony Scelfo

Manager

Coaches

  • 33 Joe Szekely (hitting)
  • 18 Steve Watson (pitching)
  • -- Scott Smith (strength)


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Class A

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  • 28 Omar Bencomo
  • -- Jairo De La Rosa Injury icon 2.svg
  •  9 Nate Garcia
  •  2 Steve Hiscock
  • 14 Austin Hubbard
  • 36 George Jensen
  • -- Will Kline Injury icon 2.svg
  •  1 Braulio Lara
  • 30 Victor Mateo
  • 25 James Patterson
  • 29 Chris Rearick
  • 20 C.J. Riefenhauser
  • 38 Wilking Rodriguez
  • 31 Enny Romero
  • -- Trevor Shull Injury icon 2.svg
  • 33 Eliazer Suero

Catchers

  •  8 Lucas Bailey
  • 27 Keith Castillo

Infielders

  • 34 Julio Cedeno Injury icon 2.svg
  • 32 Derek Dietrich
  • 21 Robi Estrada
  •  3 Hector Guevara
  • 11 Robby Price
  •  6 Steven Tinoco
  • 24 Alejandro Torres
  • 35 Phillip Wunderlich

Outfielders

  •  7 Todd Glaesmann
  • 23 Kevin Kiermaier
  •  5 Cody Rogers
  • 15 Nicholas Schwaner

Manager

  •  4 Brady Williams

Coaches


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Short A

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  • 43 Wilmer Almonte ∞
  • 31 Andy Bass
  • 10 Andrew Bellatti
  • 17 Brooks Belter
  • 40 Roque Colon
  • 50 Ryan Carpenter
  • 31 Charlie Cononie
  • 36 Robert Dickmann
  • 38 Jake Floethe
  • 28 Theron Geith
  • 33 Dave Laufer
  • 29 Drew Leary
  • 18 Roberto Gomez
  • 32 Parker Markel
  • 30 Jacob Partridge
  • 25 Trevor Shull
  • 2 Stayton Thomas
  • 27 Justin Woodall

Catchers

  • 15 Kyle Holloway
  • 14 Gerardo Olivares
  •  9 Matt Rice

Infielders

  • 35 Tanner Biagini
  •  5 Raymond Church
  • 39 Diogenes Luis
  • 23 Jeff Malm
  •  1 Juniel Querecuto
  • 11 Leonardo Reginatto

Outfielders

  • 24 Brian Bryles
  • 18 Kes Carter
  • 11 Cesar Guillen
  • 16 Craig Lyerly
  •  1 Chris Winder

Manager

Coaches

  • 47 Jack Giese (pitching)
  • 19 Reinaldo Ruiz (hitting)


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Rookie

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  • 27 Jeff Ames
  • 10 Brandon Henderson
  • 16 Lucas Irvine
  • 17 Kevin James
  •  2 Marcus Jensen
  • 32 Ian Kendall
  • 28 David Kubiak
  • 36 Reinaldo Lopez
  • 13 Jose Molina
  • 41 Eduar Quinonez
  • 43 Felipe Rivero
  • 45 Pedro Silvestre
  • 25 Garret Smith
  • 18 Matthew Spann
  • 30 Matthew Swilley

Catchers

  • 22 Jake DePew
  •  6 Justin O'Conner
  • 21 Junior Rodriguez

Infielders

  •  3 Ryan Brett
  •  4 Felix Gonzalez
  • 31 Jake Hager
  •  8 Jonathan Koscso
  •  7 Taylor Motter
  • 20 Cameron Seitzer

Outfielders

  •  1 Joel Caminero
  • 19 Deshun Dixon
  •  5 Joshua Sale
  • 24 Drew Vettleson

Manager

  •  9 Mike Johns

Coaches

  • 15 Josh Arhart (coach)
  • 41 Marty DeMerritt (pitching)
  • 29 Wuarnner Rincones (hitting)


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  • 15 Ryan Fleckenstein
  • -- Jesse Hahn †
  • 28 Stepan Havlicek
  •  3 Brandon Henderson
  • 34 Kevin James
  • 36 Jacob Faria
  • 39 Marcus Jensen
  • 30 Daniel Johnson
  • 29 Ian Kendall
  • 36 Reinaldo Lopez
  • 40 Parker Markel
  • 14 Jose Molina
  • 41 Eduar Quinonez
  • 46 Robinson Reyes
  • 19 Trevor Shull
  • 45 Pedro Silvestre
  • 26 Matthew Spann
  • 22 Matthew Swilley
  •  9 Cristian Vasquez
  • -- Justin Woodall
  • 32 Pete Woodworth

Catchers

  •  8 Lucas Bailey
  • 31 Jake DePew
  • -- Marco Torres ‡

Infielders

  • 35 Tanner Biagini
  •  5 Ryan Brett
  • 16 Travis Flores
  • 17 Jhonatan Gomez
  •  4 Seth Henry
  • 20 Ryan McCrann
  •  2 Julian Morillo
  •  6 Justin O'Conner
  • 13 Cesar Perez
  •  1 Juniel Querecuto

Outfielders

  • 24 Joel Caminero
  • 27 Alexander Diaz
  • 18 Deshun Dixon
  • 23 Edward Dorville
  • 38 Craige Lyerly

Manager

  • 11 Joe Alvarez

Coaches

  • 25 Hector Torres (Batting coach)
  • 14 Darwin Peguero (Pitching coach)
  •  7 Dan DeMent


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