Blake Snell

Blake Snell

Height/Weight: 6' 4"/225 lbs
Bat: L
Throw: L
Born: Seattle, Washington
Draft: 2011 1st round by the
  • GV Wire

    Rosario, Pinto Homer off Snell in His Return to Tropicana Field as Rays Beat Giants

    Amed Rosario and René Pinto homered off Blake Snell in his return to Tropicana Field, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the San Francisco Giants 9-4 on Sunday. Rosario hit a two-run homer during a three-run first and Pinto had a fourth-inning three-run drive. The light-hitting Pinto, who had two hits and nine strikeouts in his previous 13 at-bats, added a solo homer in the sixth against Kai-Wei Teng. “My locations is bad,” Snell said.

  • Reuters

    Rays look to dominate another West Coast foe

    After a successful weekend against one West Coast club, the Tampa Bay Rays will seek to repeat their series-winning ways against another starting Monday night in St. Petersburg, Fla. Winners of two of three games against the San Francisco Giants, the Rays will welcome in the Los Angeles Angels on Jackie Robinson Day to open a four-game series. Following a split of the first two matchups with the Giants, manager Kevin Cash's crew brought out the lumber and knocked four home runs -- two off former Rays ace Blake Snell -- in a 9-4 victory on Sunday.

  • Sports Illustrated San Francisco Giants News, Analysis and More

    San Francisco Giants New Superstar Has Worrisome Start To His Tenure

    San Francisco Giants New Superstar Has Worrisome Start To His Tenure It was another rough outing for the San Francisco Giants' new ace, something that is worrisome when looking at his statistics from last season. Author: Brad Wakai Apr 14, 2024 In this story: San Francisco Giants MLB Blake Snell There was some expectation that Blake Snell might get off to a slow start with the San Francisco Giants because he signed with them so late in the offseason that he wasn't able to use Spring Training to ramp up. Instead, he was working out on his own and started in the minors to make sure his arm was where it needed to be before making his debut. When the star left-hander did take the mound for the first