Archive for July, 2006

  • Devil Rays Trade Value Index and 2007 Roster Projections

    Devil Rays Trade Value Index and 2007 Roster Projections

    July 25, 2006 at 8:49 am 0 comments

    We were recently reading a Bill Simmon’s column from ESPN, Page 2, entitled “NBA Trade Value Index.” In the article Simmons ranks the top-40 NBA players based on their respective values to their team. In theory a team would trade one of their players for any player ranked ahead of […]

     
  • Devil Rays Trade Value Index and 2007 Roster Projections

    Devil Rays Trade Value Index and 2007 Roster Projections

    July 25, 2006 at 7:49 am 0 comments

    We were recently reading a Bill Simmon’s column from ESPN, Page 2, entitled “NBA Trade Value Index.” In the article Simmons ranks the top-40 NBA players based on their respective values to their team. In theory a team would trade one of their players for any player ranked ahead of […]

     
  • A Look At The Future…Yesterday On The Farm

    A Look At The Future…Yesterday On The Farm

    July 25, 2006 at 1:34 am 0 comments

    Durham 15, Toledo 10. Heck of a night for Durham…heck of a night throughout the Devil Rays farm system, but more on that later…B. J. Upton 3-6 with 2 runs scored and his 41st stolen base. Ben Zobrist 2-5 with 3 runs scored and 2 RBI. Delmon Young was 3-5 […]

     
  • A Look At The Future…Yesterday On The Farm

    July 25, 2006 at 12:34 am 0 comments

    Durham 15, Toledo 10. Heck of a night for Durham…heck of a night throughout the Devil Rays farm system, but more on that later…B. J. Upton 3-6 with 2 runs scored and his 41st stolen base. Ben Zobrist 2-5 with 3 runs scored and 2 RBI. Delmon Young was 3-5 […]

     
  • D-Rays vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Near Disney Land Tidbits

    D-Rays vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Near Disney Land Tidbits

    July 24, 2006 at 1:54 pm 0 comments

    The Rays enter this series 41 and friggin’ 58, 3.5 games behind the Horioles and 6,242 games behind the Red Hose in the AL East. The Rays are so far behind Boston right now, they should just move the team to Anchorage, Alaska. When the season started, we hoped for […]

     
  • D-Rays vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Near Disney Land Tidbits

    July 24, 2006 at 12:54 pm 0 comments

    The Rays enter this series 41 and friggin’ 58, 3.5 games behind the Horioles and 6,242 games behind the Red Hose in the AL East. The Rays are so far behind Boston right now, they should just move the team to Anchorage, Alaska. When the season started, we hoped for […]

     
  • Devil Rays News And Notes

    Devil Rays News And Notes

    July 24, 2006 at 9:11 am 0 comments

    If you are a regular visitor to RI, you know that we don’t spend a lot of time commenting on trade rumors, but as the trade deadline is approaching we keep getting asked where Julio Lugo is going to end up. The two teams that were mentioned most often early […]

     
  • Devil Rays News And Notes

    July 24, 2006 at 8:11 am 0 comments

    If you are a regular visitor to RI, you know that we don’t spend a lot of time commenting on trade rumors, but as the trade deadline is approaching we keep getting asked where Julio Lugo is going to end up. The two teams that were mentioned most often early […]

     
  • A Look At The Future: This Past Weekend On The Farm

    A Look At The Future: This Past Weekend On The Farm

    July 24, 2006 at 8:02 am 0 comments

    Durham Bulls. On Thursday, the Bulls lost to Scranton/Wilkes Barre 8-5. Delmon Young had 3 hits and Doug Waechter still sucks. Juan Salas and Seth McClung each pitched a scoreless inning. On Friday night, Durham lost to Toledo 4-3. B. J. Upton, Ben Zobrist and Delmon Young went a combined […]

     
  • The Hangover: This Past Weekend In The AL East

    The Hangover: This Past Weekend In The AL East

    July 24, 2006 at 7:28 am 0 comments

    Tampa Bay D-Rays. The D-Rays ended a nearly week-long hitting strike in which they were apparently protesting Carl Crawford’s all-star snub, by taking out their frustration on their division rival, the Baltimore Horioles. In their first 7 games out of the break, the Rays scored a total of 21 runs […]