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Ryne Stanek

Stanek content with draft selection

Arkansas pitcher Ryne Stanek said he was happy with the organization that took him in the MLB draft, despite slipping into the later picks of the first round.

Niemann's Season Could Be Over

Zobrist was victim to the bad call.

Umpire Admits Mistake In Rays' Loss

ARLINGTON, TX - A.J. Pierzynski and Mitch Moreland hit consecutive home runs off birthday boy Jeremy Hellickson and the Texas Rangers held on for a 5-4 victory over Tampa Bay when Joe Nathan got his 300th career save on a disputed game-ending strike.

Hudson Valley Notebook: Renegade All-stars

Hudson Valley Notebook: Renegade All-stars

The Hudson Valley Renegades continued their tear through the New York-Penn League this week, improving their record to 40-20 with a 5-1 week following the All-Star break to hold a three-game lead over the Brooklyn Cyclones. This week's notebook examines the Renegades that took advantage to showcase their skills at the New York-Penn League All-Star Game, Saturday's Futures at Fenway game and more.

Scott is ready to rejoin the Rays.

Luke Scott Ready to Rejoin Rays

Luke Scott was placed on the disabled list with a strained oblique on July 21 st, but the Rays designated hitter is ready to return to the big league club on Tuesday after his rehab assignment with the Charlotte Stone Crabs. (FULL STORY INSIDE)

Hager leads the Hot Rods in RBI.

Hager Striving to Be the Best

After a slow start, Hot Rods shortstop Jake Hager has come on strong in the season's second half. The 19-year-old entered the season with high expectations and has shown steady improvement on the diamond all year. Currently leading the team in RBI, Hager credits his early season struggles with helping him get back to basics and has set the bar very high for himself as his career progresses.

Hahn On the Path to Full Recovery

Hahn On the Path to Full Recovery

2010 draft pick Jesse Hahn is back on the mound again and is continuing the long, arduous process of fully recovering from Tommy John surgery. After having not pitched in a game in two years, the 23-year-old right-hander is building up arm strength and getting used to game-action again and both Hahn and pitching coach Kyle Snyder are encouraged with the progress that has been made this year.

Floethe during 2012 spring training.

Rays Prospect Q & A: Jake Floethe (Part 2)

Rays prospect Jake Floethe has gone 9-2 in 19 starts this season and was recently named as a Midwest League all-star. Rays Digest talked to the right-hander on Monday about a variety of topics and in part two of this interview, Floethe discusses former Cal State-Fullerton teammate Dylan Floro, the relationship with his father, why he enjoys blogging, his goals going into next season and more.

Floethe is 9-2 in 19 games started.

Rays Prospect Q & A: Jake Floethe (Part 1)

On a team as talented as this year's Bowling Green Hot Rods it is hard to stand out, but starting pitcher Jake Floethe has done just that by going 9-2 in 19 starts and being named as a Midwest League all-star. Inside, Floethe discusses his off-season workout routine, getting through the peaks and valleys of a season, how he is able to keep the ball in the yard so consistently and much more.

Hudson Valley Notebook: Hot Hitting 'Gades

Hudson Valley Notebook: Hot Hitting 'Gades

In this edition of Hudson Valley Notebook: The Renegades have been getting some hot hitting from several 2012 draft picks including Joey Rickard, Luke Maile and Marty Gantt, while Brandon Henderson has been impressive so far this season out of the 'pen. All that and more inside.

Shaffer has begun his pro career.

Shaffer Getting Into the Swing of Things

The Rays 2012 first round draft pick, third baseman Richie Shaffer, has made his long anticipated pro debut for the Hudson Valley Renegades and is easing back into full-time duty and getting his timing back at the plate. While Shaffer is still finding his way, he has already made an impression on manager Jared Sandberg and is enjoying the privilege of being a professional baseball player.

Jackson is hitting .278 through 20 games.

Talented Jackson Focusing on the Basics

Known mostly for his athleticism and raw ability coming out of high school, Bralin Jackson has already taken strides with the GCL Rays as he looks to refine his game. Inside, Jackson talks about the areas in which he is looking to get better, as well as his mindset towards pro ball and his experience in the GCL so far.

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