Jake McGee

Tampa Bay Rays #57 - Relief Pitcher

  • Born: 08/06/86
  • Age: 28
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 230
  • Bats/Throws: L/L
Year Team G GS W L SV CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB K ERA WHIP
2014 Rays 61 0 3 1 14 0 0 59.0 41 9 9 0 13 77 1.37 .92

Jake McGee, predictable and dominant

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There are no gimmicks with Jake McGee. Hitters know what's coming but McGee beats them anyway.

MIA 11, TB 6: Rays losing streak reaches ten games

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It's fitting that the Rays reach their 10th consecutive loss on draft day, because it's best we turn our attention to the future. Drew wrote earlier this week that the Rays were entering a crucial...

It's Time to "Rays Up" Evan Longoria

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The Rays franchise player needs to step up and show what he's made of.

The Rays Tank: Seven straight to the L column

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No more, "It's only May." It's June.

Season Preview 2014: Jake McGee and the curveball

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Rays southpaw Jake McGee is the oldest home-grown talent on the roster, a former fifth round draft pick from 2004. This will mark his tenth year of professional baseball, including rookie ball from...

First and worst: Two-seamers/sinkers of 2013

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More fun with z-scores, as the best and worst pitch of 2013 series rolls on. This week, we look at two-seam fastballs and sinkers.

The Rays Tank: Friedman's Priorities

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The Rays are shopping for a first baseman, catcher and reliever at this year's GM Meetings.

Hold on a minute—Another note on the bullpen

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Do you know who lead the AL in holds in 2012?

Chasing the Extra Win

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Joe Maddon has earned himself plenty of admiration during his time as manager of the Tampa Bay Rays. However, is his management of the bullpen this season really the most efficient?

Rays 0, Dodgers 5: Greinke, Dodgers dominate Rays

After stunning the Tampa Bay Rays Friday night, the Los Angeles Dodgers cruised to a much easier victory, Saturday, defeating the Rays 5-0 behind a dominant Zack Greinke outing.

Rays Bullpen Returning To Form

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The Rays bullpen was thought to be a strength of the team but faltered out of the gate. Now they seem to be coming together and becoming the unit the team thought they'd be.

Rays 10, Marlins 6: Kelly Johnson Powers Tampa Bay

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With two three-run home runs on the day, Kelly Johnson set or tied all sorts of career and Rays-franchise records.

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