Shortstop Willie Adams and right-handed player Trevor Richards traded for two reliefs from Tampa Bay Rays to Milwaukee Brewers, it was announced Friday.
In response, Race Rights Drew Rasmussen and J.P. Presented by Fairiesen.
Adams’ departure opens the door to improve on any race crossroads opportunity, including Vander Franco, Taylor Walls or Vidal Brujan.
The 25-year-old Adams had a .197 batting average with 5 home runs and 15 Reserve Banks this season, which was fourth with Tampa Bay. He is a professional.254 hitter with 43 home runs and 124 Reserve Banks.
Richards, 28, has a 4.50 ERA with 1 saving and 16 strikeouts at Tampa Bay this season.
25-year-old Rasmussen with 25 strikeouts 4.24.
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