Huff debuted in 2000, and by 2002 he was an established slugger with a 23 Home Run year and what would be a career-high .313 Batting Average. 2003 was his best season as a Ray, where he would have 34 Home Runs, 107 Runs Batted In, with a .311 Batting Average. He had two more 20 Home Run Seasons for Tampa and was on his way to a third when he was traded in July of 2006 to the Houston Astros.
Huff played at First, Third, and in Rightfield for the Rays, though realistically, he was a poor defensive player, and that does factor in this rank. As a Ray, Huff batted .283 with 128 Home Runs.
He would later win two World Series rings with the San Francisco Giants.