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Cincinnati Reds Minor League Players - Nevin Ashley
... drafted in the sixth round of the 2006 amateur draft by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays and began his professional career that year ... With the Princeton Devil Rays in 2006, Ashley hit.333 with four home runs and 28 RBI in 47 games ... In 2008, Ashley hit.235 with four home runs and 26 RBI in 102 games with the Vero Beach Devil Rays ...
Gulf Coast Devil Rays
... The Gulf Coast Devil Rays were a Gulf Coast League team from 1996 to 1998 ... The Devil Rays struggled during their first two years, but made it to the league championship in 1998, losing to the GCL Rangers ... The Devil Rays were managed by Bill Evers in their first season, and by Bobby Ramos in their second and final seasons ...
St. Petersburg Saints - Affiliations
... Petersburg Devil Rays (an affiliation deal with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays) and remained operation until folding for good after the 2000 season when the Devil Rays affiliated with the Advanced Single-A ...
2000 Tampa Bay Devil Rays Season - Regular Season - Notable Transactions
... Dwight Gooden was purchased by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays from the Houston Astros ... May 25, 2000 Dwight Gooden was released by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays ... June 5, 2000 Rocco Baldelli was drafted by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the 1st round (6th pick) of the 2000 amateur draft ...
Charlotte Stone Crabs - History
... The Charlotte Stone Crabs were formerly known as the Vero Beach Dodgers, later the Vero Beach Devil Rays ... In 2007 the franchise's affiliation changed to the Tampa Bay Devil Rays they were then renamed the Vero Beach Devil Rays ...

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