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- Roy Howell Is Oral Tradition
Roy Howell is oral tradition.
If you are of a certain age, then you may believe you have seen Roy Howell play our baseball. You did not because he did not.
If your grandfather tells you
- Utley, Matusz, Jenks, Howell, and Bailey: DL Returnees Early Results
he has given up so far since coming back.
2009 – 94.8MPH
2010 – 95.0 MPH
2011 – 93.5 MPH
J.P. Howell – Fairly consistent with his previous numbers
2008 - 86.4 MPH
2009 - 85.6 MPH
2010 - DNP
- Isringhausen & Howell: Back From Injuries
in the ninth inning.
J.P. Howell | Rays | Ownership: 2% Yahoo!, 0.1% ESPN
After missing the end of 2009, all of 2010, and early 2011 with a major shoulder injury, Howell is back in the bullpen
- Rays Retain Howell
J.P. Howell may have been relatively forgotten around the league after sitting out the 2010 season due to labrum surgery. The Rays, however, haven't forgotten Howell's recent contributions
- Howell Out, Wheeler In?
J.P. Howell is out for the rest of the year, Tampa Bay beat writer Marc Lancaster announced on Twitter late Friday night. The rationale he cited was that Howell has been pushed, innings-wise
- J.P. Howell is Really Good
With Scott Downs down and out on the disabled list, the best reliever in the American League East is…
Nope, not Mariano Rivera or Jonathan Papelbon. It’s J.P. Howell of the Rays. A pseudo-relief