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Major league baseball preview: Tampa Bay Rays minor leagues

Director, minor-league operations: Mitch Lukevics

Asst. director: Chaim Bloom

Administrator: Giovanna Rodriguez

Triple A

Durham (N.C.) Bulls

Manager: Charlie Montoyo

Coaches: Xavier Hernandez, Dave Myers

Phone: (919) 687-6500

Web site: durhambulls.com

Double A

Montgomery (Ala.) Biscuits

Manager: Billy Gardner Jr.

Coaches: Neil Allen, Ozzie Timmons

Phone: (334) 323-2255

Web site: biscuitsbaseball.com

Advanced Class A

Charlotte (Fla.) Stone Crabs

Manager: Jim Morrison

Coaches: Bill Moloney, Joe Szekely

Phone: (941) 206-3501

Web site: stonecrabsbaseball.com

Class A

Bowling Green (Ky.) Hot Rods

Manager: Matt Quatraro

Coaches: R.C. Lichtenstein, Hector Torres

Phone: (270) 901-2121

Web site: bghotrods.com

Short-season Class A

Hudson Valley (N.Y.) Renegades

Manager: Brady Williams

Coaches: Manny Castillo, Michael Johns, Rafael Montalvo

Phone: (845) 838-0094

Web site: hvrenegades.com

Rookie

Princeton (W. Va.) Rays

Manager: Jared Sandberg

Coaches: Rafael DeLeon, Dan DeMent, Marty DeMerritt

Phone: (304) 487-2000

Web site: princetonrays.net

Gulf Coast League

Gulf Coast League (Fla.) Rays

Manager: Joe Alvarez

Coaches: Ben Ogilvie, Darwin Peguero, Reinaldo Ruiz

Phone: (941) 206-3501

Web site: milb.com

Also: Dominican Summer League Rays, Julio Zorrilla, manager; Venezuelan Summer League Rays, Wuarnner Rincones, manager.

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Major league baseball preview: Tampa Bay Rays minor leagues 04/03/09 [Last modified: Friday, April 3, 2009 7:01pm]
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