Despite sitting in 4th place in the American League East with a 39-35 record, the Tampa Bay Rays' season is not over just yet.
They have scored the most runs in the AL, and have an expected Win-Loss record of 44-30. Their expected W-L (based on runs scored and runs against) would give them the best record in the AL.
This team is still stacked, and still improving. They are about as close as you can be to a complete offensive club. They hit, they run, and they hit for power.
The bullpen, an element that carried them at times last season, has obviously struggled at times. But suspect relievers like J.P. Howell and Dan Wheeler seem to be turning it around.
Lastly, the starting rotation has had it's ups and downs this season, but has shown the ability to be dominant. The Rays will need them to step it up in the season's second half. Let's take a look at who these guys are and what they're doing on the mound....