Tampa Bay Rays Depth Chart 2022 Rays Depth Chart

82-67, 3rd in AL East

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The Tampa Bay Rays have a depth chart that is always changing year to year. The trades and signings flew once again over the offseason. Starting with the rotation, this is one of the top rotations in baseball. They use a more basic three man rotation, and then plenty of bullpen games after them. Blake Snell is looking to rebound, but his last two seasons have been excellent when healthy. Charlie Morton coming to Tampa Bay was a big success. He took his revamped numbers from Houston and carried them right over. Tyler Glasnow moving from Pittsburgh and finding his way with the Rays has given him a major jump in production. The offense is a mix of rag tag names, although Austin Meadows really broke out last year. They added Manuel Margot and Hunter Renfroe this offseason, and shipped out Tommy Pham. Tampa also has one of the top farm systems in the game.

Tampa Bay Rays Depth Chart

Shortstop SS
Taylor Walls T. Walls (2)
Isaac Paredes I. Paredes (3)
2nd Base 2B
Isaac Paredes I. Paredes (1)
Jonathan Aranda J. Aranda (2)
3rd Base 3B
Isaac Paredes I. Paredes (2)
Taylor Walls T. Walls (3)
Shortstop SS
Taylor Walls T. Walls (2)
Isaac Paredes I. Paredes (3)
2nd Base 2B
Isaac Paredes I. Paredes (1)
Jonathan Aranda J. Aranda (2)
3rd Base 3B
Isaac Paredes I. Paredes (2)
Taylor Walls T. Walls (3)
Position POS
Catcher C
1st Base 1B
2nd Base 2B
Shortstop SS
3rd Base 3B
Left Field LF
Center Field CF
Right Field RF
Rotation SP
Position
Catcher
1st Base
2nd Base
Shortstop
3rd Base
Left Field
Center Field
Right Field
Designated Hitter
Rotation
Closer