Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Joel Peralta was sent back to St. Petersburg to be seen by a team doctor
Rays' RHP Joel Peralta broke Don Wheeler's club record of 250 appearances as a Ray. Sunday night
The Rays announced that they have re-signed reliever Joel Peralta to a two-year contract. The deal guarantees the 36-year-old $6MM and includes a series of club options covering the 2015-17 seasons.
Joel Peralta will be returning to the Rays in 2013. According to several news outlets, Peralta signed a two-year, $6 million deal, with a $2.5 million option for 2015.
Peralta was ejected from Tuesday night's game in Washington after umpires found pine tar on his mitt.
Joel Peralta will be an option for fill-in closer. Who else?
In part four of ESPNFlorida.com's Rays' spring training preview, Tommy Rancel examines the arms in the bullpen
Tommy Rancel explains how Joel Peralta transformed into a late-inning option for the Rays