Archive for April 6th, 2010

  • Game 1: Baltimore @ Rays Gameday Thread

    April 6, 2010 at 4:53 pm 1 comment

    No, not here silly. Head on over to the new Raysheads Forum for your GDT fix. Game 1: Baltimore @ Rays Gameday Thread [RAYSHEADS FORUM]

     
  • Playing A Little Pepper: Opening Day

    Playing A Little Pepper: Opening Day

    April 6, 2010 at 12:37 pm 7 comments

    FIRST INNING (A look back)… After entering the 2009 season with great hope, the Rays finished a disappointing 84-78, 19 games back in the AL East. With almost an identical roster coming back this season…Why should we think this season will be any different? Much of the disappointment in 2009 […]

     
  • A 2010 Projection In Which Tampa Bay Rays Finish 113-49

    A 2010 Projection In Which Tampa Bay Rays Finish 113-49

    April 6, 2010 at 10:30 am 12 comments

    A recent look at several systems suggests the Rays will win about 91 games this season and finish third in the AL East. That’s nice, but what is the full potential for the 2010 Tampa Bay Rays? In the PECOTA projections over at Baseball Prospectus they actually provide a range […]

     
  • The 2010 Rays Index Pledge Drive

    The 2010 Rays Index Pledge Drive

    April 6, 2010 at 9:00 am 3 comments

    Last year we raised a little money for “The Rays Baseball Foundation,” the charity arm of the Tampa Bay Rays. This year we wanted to see if we could come up with a way to raise a little bit more.  Our idea comes from the guys at River Ave. Blues. Here is how it works… This […]

     
  • [THE HANGOVER] The One Where We Discuss Longoria’s Thievery, The Opening Day Lineup And Blalock’s Opt-Out Updated

    [THE HANGOVER] The One Where We Discuss Longoria’s Thievery, The Opening Day Lineup And Blalock’s Opt-Out Updated

    April 6, 2010 at 7:12 am 3 comments

    One fun story to watch this summer will be Evan Longoria’s stolen bases. Yes, we said stolen bases. Dirtbag is not known for his speed, but in his first two seasons, Longoria has stolen 16 bases without being caught. That is 11 shy of Tim Raines’ major league record of […]