Evan Longoria has been activated from the DL after missing months with that hamstring injury he had/has. Oh yeah, he's not 100 percent, everyone will tell you that, but the Rays' brass thinks he is far enough along in his recovery that he can be a useful bat for the Rays offense right now. Longoria will spend a good deal of his time at the designated hitter spot until the team is confident his bum wheel can handle the challenges of playing defense, so we may not see him with a glove for a while. Regardless, and though he hit only .200 with seven walks in eight games during his rehab work, the club is ready to roll him out there. What should you be doing with Longoria? He's a very interesting case.
(1) He's barely a league average batting average performer. Sure he was hitting .329 in 23 games this season but he hit a mere .244 in 133 games last year meaning he's hit .257 over his last 156 games. He's also hit .276 for his career. Neith
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