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Evan Longoria Still Upset Over Losing Logan Forsythe

It has been almost a month since the Tampa Bay Rays traded Logan Forsythe to the Dodgers. That does not mean that Evan Longoria is letting go. When Evan Longoria had his reaction to the trade of Logan Forsythe, saying that he was “surprised and upset,” it was assumed that was just the spur of […] Evan Longoria Still Upset Over Losing Logan Forsythe - Rays Colored Glasses -...
Via Rays Colored Glasses
3 hours ago

Rays’ Evan Longoria Unsure If He’ll ‘Ever Get Over’ Logan Forsythe Trade To Dodgers

For as much as Los Angeles Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman has worked to craft a roster capable...
Via Dodger Blue
9 hours ago

Evan Longoria still not over Rays’ Logan Forsythe trade

It’s generally accepted by players that baseball is a business, and sometimes teams will make tough decisions that their players don’t completely approve of.Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria knows that too, but nearly a month later, he’s still not over the deal his team made that sent second baseman Logan Forsythe to the Los Angeles Dodgers.“I actually like where...
Via Larry Brown Sports
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Longoria at top of game after banner 2016

Tampa Bay third baseman Evan Longoria, longest-tenured player and resident star, is coming off one of his best seasons. That's a huge positive as the Rays head into the 2017 season.
Via Rays.com
10 days ago

Longoria ‘surprised and upset’ Rays traded Forsythe

Evan Longoria and Logan Forsythe were teammates on the Tampa Bay Rays for the last three seasons, and Longoria feels blindsided that their tenure together ended so abruptly.On Monday, Longoria expressed his shock and sadness at the Rays’ decision to trade Forsythe away.“I’m surprised and upset at losing a player, clubhouse presence and friend like Logan,” Longoria said, according...
Via Larry Brown Sports
25 days ago  |  Discuss

MLB Rumors: Rays Could Trade Evan Longoria; Dodgers A Landing Spot?

One of the best third baseman in the American League could be leaving the only place he’s ever called home as a Major League Baseball player. According the MLB.com’s Jon Morosi, the Tampa Bay Rays are considering trading slugger Evan Longoria this offseason. #Rays will consider offers for Evan Longoria this winter. #Dodgers are one possibility if they do not re-sign Justin...
Via NESN.com
November 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Rays not interested in dealing Evan Longoria

The Tampa Bay Rays will look at a lot of different ways to get better this winter, but trading Evan Longoria does not sound like it will be one of them. According to Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times, the Rays are willing to listen to offers for a number of players, but Longoria is not one of them. The team is said to be uninterested in moving him after a year in which he hit ...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Now Might Be the Best Time to Trade Evan Longoria

Evan Longoria is the Tampa Bay Rays’ best player in franchise history. That’s not a particularly controversial suggestion: the franchise has only been around for 19 seasons and Longoria has been a mainstay on the team for nearly a decade. His 47 WAR bests Carl Crawford‘s sum with club by 10 wins and, with 25 more games, he will secure the record for games played in a Rays uniform...
Via Fangraphs
July 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Proof that the Rays’ Evan Longoria is an All-Star

Criticism to the professional athlete can serve positive or negative purposes. It can prove to be damaging to the psyche of the athlete depending on how they receive it or the context it is spoken in. The mentally weak fall into the insecurity of being called out for poor performances, and it drowns them with ideas of self-doubt and the inability to improve. Criticism can also...
Via isportsweb.com
June 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Evan Longoria Is and Isn’t Back

Over the first eight plus years of his major league career, from 2008 to 2016, Evan Longoria has led position players with 45.1 WAR.  That WAR total is by no means definitive proof that we was truly the most valuable player for those eight plus seasons, but it’s enough to establish the concept that Longoria has been one of the very best players in the league for a substantial...
Via Fangraphs
June 10, 2016  |  Discuss
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