After two uneventful years with San Diego, Brad Boxberger was traded to the Rays, and in 2014 he had a good year coming out of the pen with a 2.37 ERA with 104 Strikeouts in 64.2 Innings. Boxberger would be given the closer’s job when Jake McGee went down to injury, and while he had an ERA of 3.71, he led the American League in Saves with 41.
Boxberger would suffer injuries, and he was unable to pitch 30 Innings in both 2016 and 2017, and he was not as effective as he had been in before. Tampa traded him to Arizona after the 2017 season.
With the Rays, Boxberger had 43 Saves with 76 Games Finished.