AL East: A crowded outfield in Tampa Bay

Tampa Bay Rays

Tampa Bay is returning three regulars (Randy Arozarena, Jose Siri, and Josh Lowe) in its outfield and, at least to start the season, it should be anticipated that all three presume similar roles to last year. Each outfielder's role can be further explained by examining the playing time metrics accompanying Ed DeCaria’s research abstract in the 2024 Baseball Forecaster. These metrics are further explained in the research piece that accompanied the original abstract from the 2023 Baseball Forecaster.

PlayerPAAWPAAWSAWPASEAW%vR%vL
Arozarena, Randy6542724.25.54.370.191%94%
Lowe, Josh5012718.64.34.170.686%20%
Siri, Jose3642315.84.03.860.461%92%

Arozarena is cemented as an everyday player, as evidenced by his strong Plate...

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