The Rays were extremely busy on Sunday, acquiring Eric Sogard of Blue Jays for two players who will be called later and will trade with Iann Gibaut in Rangers for another player later.
The Rays made a final move later. during the day, trading the infilder Christian Arroyo and Hunter Wood fighter Hunter Indians in exchange for Ruben Cardenas's secondary leader and international money bonus
Arroyo and Wood trade opens a list for Sogard. During the trade, the rays were tied to Red Sox and the Indians for the League's second American wildlife. Arroyo, INF
Age : 24
One-time best prospect gained by the rays of the giants in Evan Longoria's trade last season, Arroyo is hindered by injuries, and is currently on the 60th day with an early list of tendonitis on the right shoulder. Arroyo shows the ability to get a barrel on the ball and provides defense flexibility with the ability to play third base, second base and shortstop. He hit well in Triple-A Durham this year and spent some time in the specialties for the third consecutive season. Arroyo is not fertile to anything but full health has a chance to contribute as an additional infielder and is young enough to grow into more. [1
Wood has emerged as a solid player in the Race crisis last year and continued this year, posting 2.48 EPA in 19 appearances as he jumped up and down between Big and Triple-A Durham. Wood's Fastball sits at 93 miles per hour, and the mid-80s slider is his move. He also has a change that is effective against leftists. The tree will begin its career at the Indians in Triple-Columbus and will ensure the depth of the crimes. Cardenas entered last year as a promising exit from Cal Stable Fullerton, but a disappointing season and fears of a previous one trauma to his back took him in the 16th round in 2018. His first full season as a professional was this year's low-class A Lake County, which ranked among Midwest leaders at a rate of delay (.475, thirds), OPS (.818, fifth), threes (six, tethered), RBI (54, fifth), extrabase hits (35, third) and bases (152 reta). Kardenas is a physical, right-leaning striker whose over-average raw power is his business card. When he is right, he hits the ball sequentially, but sometimes sells for power and is caught too strong. Cardenas is a slow-running runner with a slow engine that is a strictly outsider of the corner, so he will have to roll. "19659014] Originally, the strategy was met with skepticism, but Kevin Cash and the rays are ready to go for the second year of the opening