Rays trade infielder Ryan Schimpf to Braves

The Tampa Bay Rays have traded infielder Ryan Schimpf to the Atlanta Braves in for a player to be named or cash.

The Rays announced the deal Monday, two days after Schimpf was designated for assignment to clear room on the 40-man roster for free agent outfielder Carlos Gomez, who signed a $4 million, one-year contract.

Jose Ramirez, 2B, Cleveland Indians (ADP: 24.8): Ramirez is currently the No. 2 2B being taken off the board, well behind Altuve and in a mini-tier with Brian Dozier and Dee Gordon. Maybe the power surge from 11 HRs in 2016 to 29 in 2017 was a mirage, but the only real difference between the two years in terms of underlying stats were better hard-hit and pull percentages. That seems to me to be more a function of increased experience, rather than luck. I’m buying in.

Jackson chatted with former teammate and Royals Hall of Famer George Brett and discussed bow hunting with manager Ned Yost. At 55, the two-sport star is a guest coach for the Royals in spring training.

His duties?

“Anything I want to do,” Jackson said, laughing. “I’ve been told I have diplomatic immunity.”

“It’s fun being back here because this is where it all started for me,” he said.

The Royals drafted Jackson in the fourth round in 1986, but few thought they had a chance to sign the Heisman Trophy-winning running back from Auburn. He chose the Royals over the Tampa Bay Bucs, who picked him first overall in the 1986 NFL draft.

A year later, the Los Angeles Raiders took Jackson in the seventh round and he signed.

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