Tampa Bay won 90 games last year and made the playoffs. The Rays moved some players out during the offseason, so they will look quite different opening this campaign. Tampa Bay’s strength is in its pitching. Charlie Morton has joined a quality staff that includes Tyler Glasnow and Blake Snell. Brendan McKay has the potential to be a great asset to the rotation. Nick Anderson is the closer. The Rays have hitters also. They signed Japanese slugger Yoshitomo Tsutsugo to a $12 million contract and they believe he will produce. Tsutsugo will be the DH in a lineup that will have Austin Meadows, Hunter Renfroe and Kevin Kiermaier in the outfield. Ji-Man Choi returns to play first. If the Rays stay healthy, you can expect them to compete. They think they have the right players who will generate enough offense to support their elite pitching corps. You can find the Tampa Bay Rays sports face coverings you want in our shop.