Athletics acquire Bleday from Marlins in trade for Puk Jason Adams beats Rays in salary arbitration

OAKLAND, Calif. – Oakland Athletics Acquire Left Outfielder Jay Jay Bledey from Miami, sending left-handed AJ Tom to marlin.

Bledey, 25, made his major league debut last year, hitting .167 with five home runs and 16 RBIs in 65 games. He made 27 starts in center field.

Selected fourth overall in the 2019 draft, Bleday hit .228 with 20 homers and 52 RBIs in 85 games for Triple-A Jacksonville last year.

Park, 27, went 4-3 with a 3.12 ERA and four saves in 62 assists last season. He underwent Tommy John surgery in 2018 and shoulder surgery two years later, costing him two seasons, one of which was a virus-shortened 2020 60-game campaign.

In 2016, a 6-foot-7 player was drafted in the first “A” round and spent time as both a starter and a pitcher.

ST. SAINT PETERSBURG, FL – Reliever Jason Adam beat Tampa Bay in the first of four Rays arbitration cases and receive $1.775 million instead of the team’s $1.55 million offer.

Adam was 2-3 with a career-lowest 1.56 ERA and a career-best eight saves in 67 assist games last season, hitting 75 and passing 17 in 63 1/3 innings. The right-hander earned $1.15 million.

Arbitrators Jasbir Parmar, Margaret Brogan and Stephen Raymond made their decision a day after hearing arguments.

Tampa Bay is also awaiting a decision on the pitchers case. Ryan Thompson ($1.2 million vs. $1 million) and Colin Pocket ($1.3M vs. $1.175M) and outfielder Harold Ramirez ($2.2 million vs. $1.9 million). These decisions are made on cases involving other players, which will be reviewed or settled next week.

Players and teams shared six decisions.

All-Star Pitcher Max Fried ($13.5 million) Lost to Atlanta, outfielder Kyle Tucker lost to Houston and reliever Diego Castillo ($2.95 million) lost to Seattle.

Pitcher Jesus Luzardo ($2.45 million) and AL batting champion Luis Arraes ($6.1 million) both beat Miami.

A decision is also expected on the Los Angeles Angels outfielder. Hunter Renfro.

Ten players are still scheduled for hearings, which will last until February 17th.


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