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Rays relief pitcher J.P. Feyereisen likely won't see game action for the Rays before late August next season.
The reliever, who was limited to 21 games last year, had a “cleanup” of his rotator cuff and labrum.
The trade return from the Mets is Keyshawn Askew, a lefty with starter potential; the pitcher from the draft is Kevin Kelly, a right-handed reliever.
The slugger will earn $40 million per season, the highest average annual payout for a position player.
The league directive is “to explore all of the available options in the Tampa Bay region to get ... a first-class, major-league facility.”

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  1. Rays relief pitcher J.P. Feyereisen likely won't see game action for the Rays before late August next season.
  2. Of the four left-handed relievers on the Rays' roster entering the offseason, Brooks Raley was the oldest and made the most money.
  3. Aaron Judge has agreed to return to the Yankees on a $360 million, nine-year contract, according to a person familiar with the deal. The person spoke to The Associated Press on Wednesday because the deal had not been announced.
  4. A rendering of the proposed Rays stadium and surrounding redevelopment as envisioned by the team and the Hines real estate group.
  5. Fred McGriff sports a Hall of Fame cap and jersey Monday at baseball's winter meetings in San Diego.
  6. An aerial view of Tropicana Field and the surrounding area looking east toward downtown. The city released four competing proposals to redevelop the 86-acre property on Monday.
  7. A Hall of Fame nod from the Baseball Writers’ Association of America previously eluded Tampa native Fred McGriff.
  8. Rays manager Kevin Cash is familiar with Michael Brantley, pictured hitting a grand slam against the Chicago White Sox in June, from his days as a coach with Cleveland.
  9. A rendering of the proposed Rays stadium and surrounding redevelopment as envisioned by the team and the Hines real estate group.
  10. A rendering of the proposed redevelopment of the Tropicana Field site from the Tampa Bay Rays.
  11. The city of St. Petersburg received four proposals by the Friday deadline to redevelop the area around Tropicana Field.
  12. The Rays made their first big move of the offseason, agreeing to a three-year, $40 million contract with starting pitcher Zach Eflin.
  13. The Rays announced Thursday that their 2023 spring training camp will be relocated from Port Charlotte due to damage to the facility caused by Hurricane Ian.
  14. Baseball Hall of Famer and two-time Cy Young winner Gaylord Perry, a master of the spitball, died Thursday at his home in Gaffney, South Carolina. He was 84.
  15. Light decorations are on display during Enchant Christmas at Tropicana Field on Friday, Nov. 25, 2022, in St. Petersburg.
  16. The Rays recently added infield prospect Curtis Mead to their 40-man roster.
  17. Ji-Man Choi, right, celebrates with Rays second baseman Brandon Lowe, left, after hitting a three-run home run during a game against the Oakland A's  in April at Tropicana Field.
  18. Infielder Yandy Diaz was among 14 arbitration-eligible players on the 40-man roster to whom the Rays tendered contracts Friday.
  19. The Rays signed shortstop Wander Franco to an 11-year, 182 million deal in 2021. It remains to be seen how long Franco will stay in Tampa Bay and how much of his salary the team will wind up paying.
  20. Did the Rays cut ties with, from left, David Price, Evan Longoria and Blake Snell too soon, too late, or at the right time?
  21. More than scouting a player or suggesting game strategy, Jon Daniels will provide guidance and counsel to what is a relatively inexperienced upper-management team.
  22. The Rays are launching the sale of single-game tickets for the 2023 season on Dec. 2 and moved up the start time for the bulk of their weekday home games to 6:40 p.m.
  23. “We’re going to be as active as we can to try to improve the roster and make the team better,” Rays general manager Peter Bendix said.
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