One day after settling on his fifth and final starter for the rotation, Rays skipper Joe Maddon wasn't quite ready to do the same with his bullpen.
"We'll take that one down a little bit further," Maddon said. "There's no huge rush on that right now."
Lueke has a 3.24 ERA over six appearances this spring, though he's turned in scoreless outings in five of those games. The righty turned in a dominant 0.63 ERA, to go along with 17 saves, over 40 appearances with Triple-A Durham last year, but he struggled to a 5.06 ERA over 19 outings with the Rays.
Lowe, meanwhile, has had a solid spring -- tallying a 0.87 ERA over 10 1/3 innings in seven appearances -- after signing with the Rays this offseason. Gomes, too, has made a strong case for a bullpen role, having not allowed a single run this spring, while yielding just two hits and striking out 12 over nine innings.
"There are a lot of wonderful candidates there right now," Maddon said. "So we'll just have to wait and see."
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