MLB Rumors: Luke Scott

If Rays come back, will roster change? 

October, 8, 2013
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Down 2-1 in their American League Division Series versus the Boston Red Sox, the Tampa Bay Rays still have some work to get done before having to make any roster decisions for the next round of the playoffs. Of course, they might not get there at all, but what we learned from Game 3 is if they do pull off the comeback and move on to the ALCS, someone currently on the roster might end up being left behind.

A modest proposal on the DH 

August, 7, 2013
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This season, with at least one interleague series always on the schedule due to the move of the Houston Astros to the American League to balance out the divisions, there's been much more of a spotlight placed on the fact that the two leagues still have different stances when it comes to the usage of the designated hitter.

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What to expect from Myers 

June, 17, 2013
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The future is now for Wil Myers, the top outfield prospect who was called up by the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday night.


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Great Scott! Not again! 

March, 30, 2013
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On March 19, Luke Scott of the Tampa Bay Rays hit a grand slam and raised his preseason batting average to .375. He told reporters after the game that "I feel so good this spring. I am seeing pitches better... I am doing everything better... I feel like it's all coming together." How quickly the bottom can fall out.

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Rays lineup set? 

January, 25, 2013
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The Tampa Bay Rays are close to bringing back veteran Luke Scott to serve as the designated hitter, reports Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times, a move that sets the club's everyday lineup, save for a potential major move such as the signing of Michael Bourn, which appears highly unlikely.

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Rays, Scott have mutual interest 

January, 23, 2013
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The Tampa Bay Rays are in the market for a designated hitter, and one option is a familiar face.

Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports there is "mutual interest" between the Rays and Luke Scott, who hit .229 with 14 homers and 55 RBI for Tampa Bay last season. The Rays declined Scott’s $6 million option last fall, paying a $1 million buyout instead.

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Scott, Young DH options in Tampa 

January, 21, 2013
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The Tampa Bay Rays are in the market for a designated hitter, and the options include some familiar faces.

Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times says the dwindling market includes Luke Scott, who hit .229 with 14 homers and 55 RBI for the Rays last season. The Rays declined Scott’s $6 million option last fall, paying a $1 million buyout instead.

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