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Loney spent the rest of that season with the Red Sox before playing with the Rays from 2013–15.

He made his latest appearance in the Major Leagues with the Mets in 2016 before spending the past few years in Triple-A, the Korean Baseball Organization and the Atlantic League.

Selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the first round (19th overall) of the 2002 June Draft...signed by Chris Smith…Acquired by the Boston Red Sox along with INF Ivan De Jesus Jr., RH Allen Webster and two players to be named (RH Rubby De La Rosa and OF Jerry Sands) from Los Angeles in exchange for RH Josh Beckett, OF Carl Crawford, 1B Adrian Gonzalez, INF Nick Punto and cash considerations, August 25, 2012…

Signed by the Tampa Bay Rays as a free agent, December 6, 2012.

His 1,277.2 innings were the most ever by a Rays first baseman and his 143 starts were 2nd most behind only Fred Mc Griff (144) in 2000...

Was one of three finalists for the AL Rawlings Gold Glove Award at first base, along with winner KC Eric Hosmer and BAL Chris Davis...

In two seasons (2013-14) since joining the Rays, has hit .312 (118-for-378) in the 7th inning or later, 5th in the majors...according to Fan Graphs, in that same span has recorded a 28.1 line drive pct., 2nd in the majors to ATL Freddie Freeman (28.9)... Finished the season riding an 8-game hitting streak, tying his season high (April 18-26)...batted .358 (24-for-67) over his final 17 games starting Sep 7...

Had 48 multi-hit games, tied for 3rd among major league first basemen, trailing DET Miguel Cabrera (55) and CWS Jose Abreu (49)... Signed a three-year, million contract with the Rays on Jan 3, 2014, the biggest given to a free agent under the current ownership group of Principal Owner Stuart Sternberg.

Was the toughest first baseman to strike out in the majors, fanning only once every 7.77 PA…went 39 PA without a strikeout from April 17-May 1…had only 2 games with more than one strikeout, fewest among all regular major league first basemen...Loney, a former first-round pick, burst onto the scene slashing .284/.342/.559 in his first taste of the Major Leagues in 2006.A year later, he enjoyed his best season in the Majors, hitting .331/.381/.538 with 15 home runs, finishing sixth in National League Rookie of the Year voting.James Loney, who was drafted by the Dodgers in 2002 and played his first seven Major League seasons with the club, announced his retirement Friday.Loney played this year for the independent Atlantic League Sugar Land Skeeters, who formally made the announcement.

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Across his seven seasons with the Dodgers, Loney played in 896 games and slashed .284/.341/.423, spending the majority of his time at first base.