Archive for July 11th, 2010

  • The Devil in BJ Upton

    The Devil in BJ Upton

    July 11, 2010 at 9:39 pm 12 comments

    Hi, I’m Jordi Scrubbings. You may remember me from such links as “Where are Carl Crawford’s triples?” and “Tropicana’s Where I Lost My Heart”. Cork has brought me aboard to spice up your weekends and add my own perspective on a few things Rays-related. Of course, in typical Rays fashion, […]

     
  • Your Postgame Shot Of Joe

    Your Postgame Shot Of Joe

    July 11, 2010 at 5:34 pm 14 comments

    Whew. Joe is popping open a cold adult beverage on this late Sunday afternoon celebrating a win that had Joe disturbed for much of the game’s final innings. Happy as hell that Jason Bartlett, who may be an unfair target of some disgruntled Rays fans, got the game-winning hit. He […]

     
  • One Year Ago On Rays Index

    July 11, 2010 at 3:00 pm 0 comments

    One year ago on Rays Index we were amazed that Todd Kalas may have assisted Dioner Navarro’s shaving cream pie to the face of Jeff Niemann. Jeff Niemann Shaving Cream Pie Conspiracy Theory [Rays Index] Likes(0)Dislikes(0)

     
  • Jennings And Hellickson To Start Today’s Future’s Game

    Jennings And Hellickson To Start Today’s Future’s Game

    July 11, 2010 at 2:00 pm 4 comments

    The Rays will have at least two starters in Tuesday night’s MLB All-Star game (Evan Longoria, Carl Crawford) with David Price a leading candidate to be the starting pitcher. And tonight, top prospects Jeremy Hellickson and Desmond Jennings will also be all-star starters in MLB’s Futures Game. Jennings will lead […]

     
  • Yankees Are Shocked They Can’t Have Any Player They Want

    Yankees Are Shocked They Can’t Have Any Player They Want

    July 11, 2010 at 10:46 am 19 comments

    The rest of the 29 teams in baseball have long been viewed as a farm system for the Yankees by that segment of The Evil Empire that believes they should have a future Hall-of-Famer at every position. And really, it is hard to argue, considering the Yankees rarely fail to […]