He's going to take a few days, go home and spend some time with his family and think through things and figure out where he is with his arm, and we'll go from thereRays put Kazmir, Percival on the DL May 22, 2009
After going through some of the different options, Carl is going to have surgery on Thursday in ArizonaCarl Crawford to have finger surgery Aug 13, 2008
As we continue to win games and play in October we envision Scott anchoring the staff for usRays sign best pitcher to long-term deal May 14, 2008
I expect it would be two weeks, at least, until he is throwing to a hitterTampa Bay P Kazmir out with elbow strain Feb 27, 2008
Jae expressed a desire to get something done in advance of the arbitration processJae Seo gets new deal from the Devil Rays Oct 12, 2006
Andrew Friedman (born November 13, 1976, in Houston, Texas) is the Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations for the Tampa Bay Rays franchise in Major League Baseball. In that position, he acts as the team's General Manager.
Friedman attended Episcopal High School in Houston, and subsequently Tulane University on a baseball scholarship, where he earned a B.S. in management with a concentration in finance at Tulane's Freeman School of Business. Just as his father Kenny had played baseball for Tulane, he played outfield for the Green Wave until injuring his wrist and shoulder.
Friedman was then an analyst with Bear Stearns for from 1999-2002, and then was an associate at MidMark Capital, a private equity firm, from 2002-04.