Tags » Raul Ibanez

I Didn't Know He was a Catcher: Raul Ibanez

The more that I collect catchers, the more that I dig into the history of the position.  I have discovered a lot about those who have worn the “Tools of Ignorance.”  One of the aspects of my research that I have enjoyed the most, is learning about players that were known for playing a certain position (like OF) but started out as a catcher.  230 more words

I Didn't Know He Was A Catcher

Beltran joins 1,000 AL & NL hit club

Carlos Beltran was out of the lineup Saturday night and may not play Sunday, either, for the Yankees at Tropicana Field. The right fielder has a severe cold. 275 more words

Rays choose 36-year-old Kevin Cash as their new manager

Indians bullpen coach Kevin Cash is the Rays’ pick to replace Joe Maddon as manager, reports Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com.

Cash was one of three finalists for the job along with Royals bench coach Don Wakamatsu and not-yet-officially-retired player Raul Ibanez, but Ibanez… 83 more words

Raul Ibanez withdraws from Rays' manager search due to personal reasons

Raul Ibanez, who was one of three finalists for the Rays’ managerial opening, has withdrawn his name from the running due to undisclosed “family considerations.” 53 more words

You are too young to be a manager.

Raul Ibanez is currently up for the manager’s job for the Tampa Bay Rays. He’s 42 and played last season for the Kansas City Royals. Now, my title might have grabbed you. 181 more words

Roxanne's Choice for Rays' New Manager

Well, my first choice was former bench coach, Dave Martinez, who is now no longer part of the Rays organization. My second choice was Charlie Montoyo, manager for Rays Triple A ball club, the Durham Bulls (and Montoyo, by the way, is the Durham Bulls’ all-time winningest manager). 346 more words

Sports

(PODCAST) Rich Herrera Explains Why Joe Maddon Will Be A Tough Act Top Follow

Rich Herrera thinks the Rays have their work cut out for them when it comes to choosing the right manager. Using analogies from music and movies, Rich explains how it’s hard to hit a home run twice in a row. 15 more words

MLB