Zobrist would go to two All-Star Games with the Rays (2009 & 2013), and in the first one, he had his best season ever. That year, he would have career-highs of 27 Home Runs, .405 On Base Percentage, and bWAR (8.6). That last stat was enough to lead the American League, and he should have probably won a Gold Glove that year. Zobrist would have decent power numbers with 114 Home Runs for the team.
He was traded to the Kansas City Royals during the 2015 Season and would help them win the World Series. The year after, Zobrist won another World Series Ring with the Chicago Cubs, where he would also win the World Series MVP.Overall as a Tampa Bay Ray, he would accumulate 1,016 Hits.