Archive for April, 2006

  • Making Fun Of The Devil Rays Is Too Easy Sometimes

    Making Fun Of The Devil Rays Is Too Easy Sometimes

    April 6, 2006 at 12:12 am 0 comments

    We here at Rays Index are big fans of the folks over at Deadspin.com. As part of a baseball preview, they have a regular post called “Four Tiny Tidbits On:”. They love our D-Rays so, much they have actually have run two posts, “Four Tiny Tidbits On: The Devil Rays” […]

     
  • Stupid Is As Stupid Does

    Stupid Is As Stupid Does

    April 5, 2006 at 11:51 pm 0 comments

    Last night’s game would have made Forest Gump sick, and I don’t mean “cough due to cold” type of sickness. For those of you that don’t remember, Forest didn’t like to walk anywhere. Maybe the D-Rays would pitch better if Forest was on the mound. Tampa Bay pitchers walked nine […]

     
  • Look At That! He Hit The F-ing Bull! Guy Gets A Free Steak!

    Look At That! He Hit The F-ing Bull! Guy Gets A Free Steak!

    April 5, 2006 at 11:42 pm 0 comments

    The next important day on the Devil Ray calendar is next Monday when the D-Rays have their home opener at the Trop against the Baltimore Orioles. However, four of the Rays six minor league teams will open their seasons tonight, with the Durham Bulls (@ Norfolk), the Montgomery Biscuits (v. […]

     
  • Making Fun Of The Devil Rays Is Too Easy Sometimes

    April 5, 2006 at 11:12 pm 0 comments

    We here at Rays Index are big fans of the folks over at Deadspin.com. As part of a baseball preview, they have a regular post called “Four Tiny Tidbits On:”. They love our D-Rays so, much they have actually have run two posts, “Four Tiny Tidbits On: The Devil Rays” […]

     
  • Upon Further Review: Aaron Goldstein HAS Lost It

    Upon Further Review: Aaron Goldstein HAS Lost It

    April 5, 2006 at 12:21 pm 0 comments

    Earlier this week we reported on an article written by Aaron Goldstein for The American Daily, in which he predicts the Tampa Bay Devil Rays to win the World Series. We couldn’t help but notice the date of the article was April 1, 2006, and we decided to give Mr. […]

     
  • The Curse of LaMar-Naimoli

    The Curse of LaMar-Naimoli

    April 5, 2006 at 12:05 pm 0 comments

    Opening day is supposed to bring a sense of optimism. The return of spring…the return of baseball…hot dogs…fresh cut grass…and everybody is tied for first place. Four Oriole long balls and 9 runs later, the air is slipping from the balloon a little bit. This is the one team in […]

     
  • We now have a mathemtical definition for "No Chance in Hell"

    We now have a mathemtical definition for "No Chance in Hell"

    April 5, 2006 at 11:41 am 2 comments

    The good people over at Replacement Level Yankees Weblog (and we use term “good” loosely, as how good can a Yankees fan really be?) have projected the final standings for the 2006 baseball season. While all the math is over our head, it appears as though they have used three […]

     
  • Upon Further Review: Aaron Goldstein HAS Lost It

    April 5, 2006 at 11:21 am 0 comments

    Earlier this week we reported on an article written by Aaron Goldstein for The American Daily, in which he predicts the Tampa Bay Devil Rays to win the World Series. We couldn’t help but notice the date of the article was April 1, 2006, and we decided to give Mr. […]

     
  • The Curse of LaMar-Naimoli

    The Curse of LaMar-Naimoli

    April 5, 2006 at 11:05 am 0 comments

    Opening day is supposed to bring a sense of optimism. The return of spring…the return of baseball…hot dogs…fresh cut grass…and everybody is tied for first place. Four Oriole long balls and 9 runs later, the air is slipping from the balloon a little bit. This is the one team in […]

     
  • We now have a mathemtical definition for "No Chance in Hell"

    April 5, 2006 at 10:41 am 0 comments

    The good people over at Replacement Level Yankees Weblog (and we use term “good” loosely, as how good can a Yankees fan really be?) have projected the final standings for the 2006 baseball season. While all the math is over our head, it appears as though they have used three […]