First trades in Tampa Bay Rays history: "With the Atlanta Braves" Reviewed by Momizat on . As the end of spring training approached in 2005, the Devil Rays and Atlanta Braves found themselves with a surplus of players. The Rays had too many pitchers a As the end of spring training approached in 2005, the Devil Rays and Atlanta Braves found themselves with a surplus of players. The Rays had too many pitchers a Rating:
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First trades in Tampa Bay Rays history: "With the Atlanta Braves"

As the end of spring training approached in 2005, the Devil Rays and Atlanta Braves found themselves with a surplus of players. The Rays had too many pitchers and the Braves had too many guys up the middle, so they made a deal to send utility infielder Nick Green to Tampa Bay for right-handed pitcher, Jorge Sosa. It was a minor swap, involving small role players. It was such a minor move that it is near impossible to find more than a paragraph on the move, and thus far has been impossible to find any semblance of a quote from either side. In the years leading up the trade, Jorge Sosa presented an interesting story to the baseball world. A 1995 international signee out of the Dominican Republic

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