This task shouldn't be too hard, as the team will mostly consist of the World Series team.
But, for me and the Rays fans, I decided to do this anyways.
Oh, and people that are copying my idea, please stop. I thought of it first!
Lineup: LF Carl Crawford Probably the best Ray ever, he has been with the team for ever and if one person really represents the Ray organization, it's him.
CF: B.J. Upton One of the better center fielders in the league, he will come out of that slump, and will be a premiere player again.
3B: Evan Longoria: The next A-rod?
1B: Carlos Pena: No competion.
RF: Rocco Baldelli: Ah, the talent that could have been...if only he hadn't gotten that weird disease. Neither Gabe (Gross or Kapler) could compete with him.
DH: Cliff Floyd: He was very consistent last year, and actually had a great year.
SS: Jason Bartlett: Had a great year, and was a surprise threat.
C: Dionnor Navarro: Nobody else competes.
2B: Jorge Cantu: Did you forget he was here? I don't think Miguel Cairo or Akinori Iwamura can beat him.
How the heck isn't he here: Pat Burrell? Lack of experience, and consistency.
SP: Scott Kazmir: Best Ray pitcher ever...most wins, lowest ERA.
SP: James Shields: A close second to Kazmir.
SP: Victor Zambrano: Traded for Kazmir.
SP: Andy Sonnanstine: A good, consistent, strike out pitcher.
SP: Edwin Jackson: Better than any other guy they have, they should have kept him.
RP: Dan Wheeler: A promising young star, and very consistent
RP: Troy Percival: Consistent, but always injured.
CL: Roberto Hernandez: Leader in saves with the Rays
How the heck isn't he here...David Price? Edwin Jackson.
That's it. Look for other teams soon.