Evan Longoria is already on a lot of top-ten leaderboards for the Rays. The franchise came into existence in 1998, so it’s not nearly as impressive as a top-ten appearance on Red Sox leaderboards. At any rate, Longoria figures to be the guy everybody chases by the time he hangs up his spikes.
With a third inning, two-run blast off of Ivan Nova on Saturday night, Longoria broke a tie with Carlos Pena to become the Rays’ franchise leader in career home runs with 164.
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The Rays’ top-ten for home runs: