Former Seminole named New Tampa Bay Rays Manager The Tampa Bay Seminole Club would like to congratulate former Seminole baseball star Kevin Cash for being named the newest manager of the Tampa Bay Rays. Kevin played for the Seminoles from 1997 to 1999. During that time, he played third base, first base, and shortstop, and hit 27 home runs. He was a 3rd team All-American in 1999 for a Seminole team that advanced to the College World Series Championship. After playing at FSU, Kevin signed with the Toronto Blue Jays. He played in the minor leagues for a few years before making his Major League debut on September 6, 2002. Following three seasons with the Blue Jays, Kevin played for the Yankees, Red Sox, Astros, and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. When his career ended in 2012, Kevin became a coach with the Cleveland Indians. Before playing at FSU, Kevin was part of a Northside Little League team that made the Little League World Series and also played baseball for Gaither High School. Kevin becomes the 5th manager in Major League Baseball history with ties to Florida State University. Tony LaRussa, Larry Rothschild, Bruce Bochy, and legendary Seminole Dick Howser are the others.