We wanted to do something fun for the 2011 season. So we decided to run a little over/under contest. Below you will see several totals for the 2011 season. Your job is simply to predict whether the actual number at the end of the year will be OVER or UNDER the predicted number.

Just submit your entries to our TIPS address (tips at raysindex.com). If you prefer, you can leave your answers in the comments below.

The winner will receive a $50 gift card to the online shop of your favorite baseball team…

- Number of different batting orders (Joe Maddon used 129 in 2010):
**129.5** - No-hitters thrown by the Rays:
**0.5** - Number of times the Rays will be no-hit:
**0.5** - Home runs for Manny Ramirez:
**24.5** - Home runs for Dan Johnson:
**19.5** - Saves for Jake McGee:
**7.5** - Starts for Desmond Jennings with the Rays:
**19.5** - Joe Maddon ejections:
**3.5** - Players named to the AL All-Star team:
**2.5** - First-place votes for Evan Longoria in the AL MVP voting:
**0.5** - Sellouts at Tropicana Field:
**9.5** - Wins for the Rays:
**89.5** - Tiebreaker: What will be the Rays average attendance in 2011 (they averaged 22,758 in 2010)?

OK, you guys know what to do.

## 31 Comments

1. Over

2. Under

3. Under

4. Over

5. Over

6. Over

7. Under

8. Under

9. Over

10. Over

11. Under

12. Under

13. 22, 344

1. Under

2. Under

3. Under

4. Over

5. Over

6. Over

7. Under

8. Over

9. Under

10. Over

11. Under

12. Over

13. 23,187

1. Under

2. Under

3. Under

4. Over

5. Under

6. Over

7. Over

8. Over

9. Over

10. Over

11. Under

12. Over

13. 23,001

1 over

2 under

3 over

4 over

5 under

6 under

7 under

8 over

9 over

10 under

11 over

12 under

13 22,500

I just discovered how pessimistic I am. Many, many “unders.”

1. Under

2. Under

3. Under

4. Over

5. Over

6. Over

7. Under

8. Over

9. Over

10. Over

11. Under

12. Over

13. 21,543

1. Under

2. Under

3. Under

4. Over

5. Over

6. Over

7. Under

8. Over

9. Over

10. Under

11. Under

12. Over

13. 23,110

1. Over

2. under

3. Over

4. push

5. under

6. under

7. over

8. over

9. push

10. under

11. over

12. under

13. 23,000

I am hoping those “pushes” are jokes

nope..It is not a joke Mike.

1. under

2. under

3. under

4. under

5. over

6. over

7. over

8. over

9. over

10. over

11. over

12. under

13. 21,300

1. Under

2. Under

3. Under

4. Over

5. Over

6. Over

7. Over

8. Over

9. Over

10. Over

11. Under

12. Under

13. 20,750

1. Under

2. Under

3. Under

4. Over

5. Over

6. Over

7. Over

8. Under

9. Over

10. Over

11. Over

12. Under

13. 23,300

1. Under

2. Under

3. Over

4. Under

5. Under

6. Over

7. Over

8. Under

9. Under

10. Over

11. Under

12. Under

13. 17,777

You seem optimistic about this season.

1. Under

2. Under

3. Under

4. Over

5. Over

6. Over

7. Under

8. Under

9. Over

10. Over

11. Over

12. Over

13. 26,500

1. over

2. under

3. under

4. over

5. under

6. over

7. over

8. over

9. over

10. over

11. under

12. over

13. 23,427

1. Under

2. Under

3. Over

4. Under

5. Under

6. Under

7. Under

8. Under

9. Under

10. Over

11. Under

12. Under

13. 21, 911

1.Number of different batting orders (Joe Maddon used 129 in 2010): 129.5

Under

2.No-hitters thrown by the Rays: 0.5

Under

3.Number of times the Rays will be no-hit: 0.5

Under

4.Home runs for Manny Ramirez: 24.5

Under

5.Home runs for Dan Johnson: 19.5

Under

6.Saves for Jake McGee: 7.5

Under

7.Starts for Desmond Jennings with the Rays: 19.5

Over

8.Joe Maddon ejections: 3.5

Over

9.Players named to the AL All-Star team: 2.5

Over

10.First-place votes for Evan Longoria in the AL MVP voting: 0.5

Under

11.Sellouts at Tropicana Field: 9.5

Over

12.Wins for the Rays: 89.5

Over

13.Tiebreaker: What will be the Rays average attendance in 2011 (they averaged 22,758 in 2010)?

23258

1.Over

2.Over

3.Under

4.Under

5.Over

6.Over

7.Over

8.Under, but I’d like to be wrong

9.Under

10.Under

11.Over

12.Under, but not by much. Again I’d like to be wrong here

13.Tiebreaker: 24,123

1. Under

2. Under

3. Under

4. Over

5. Over

6. Over

7. Over

8. Under

9. Over

10. Under

11. Under

12. Over

13. 22,900

1. Under

2. Under

3. Under

4. Over

5. Under

6. Over

7. Over

8. Over

9. Under

10. Under

11. Over

12. Under

13. Tiebreaker: 23,499

1) Under

2) Under

3) Under

4) Under

5) Over

6) Over

7) Over

8) Under

9) Under

10) Over

11) Under

12) Under

13) 22,985

1. Under

2. Over

3. Under

4. Under

5. Over

6. Over

7. Under

8. Over

9. over

10. Over

11. Over

12. Over

13. I’m surprised at how high some of these guesses are. Can I guess 1 like on the Price is Right? If not, Ill go 23,001.

I took 23,001 yesterday. Now you have to out Price is Right me and take 23,002.

1. Under

2. Under

3. Under

4. Over

5. Under

6. Over

7. Over

8. Under

9. Under

10. Over

11. Under

12. Under

13. 22650

1. Under

2. Under

3. Under

4. Over

5. Under

6. Under

7. Under

8. Under

9. Under

10. Over

11. Over

12. Under

13. 23,002

1. UNDER

2. UNDER

3. UNDER

4. OVER

5. OVER

6. UNDER

7. OVER

8. OVER

9. UNDER

10. OVER

11. UNDER

12. OVER

13. 20,487

1.Number of different batting orders (Joe Maddon used 129 in 2010): 129.5 (UNDER)

2.No-hitters thrown by the Rays: 0.5 (UNDER)

3.Number of times the Rays will be no-hit: 0.5 (UNDER)

4.Home runs for Manny Ramirez: 24.5 (OVER)

5.Home runs for Dan Johnson: 19.5 (OVER)

6.Saves for Jake McGee: 7.5 (UNDER)

7.Starts for Desmond Jennings with the Rays: 19.5 (UNDER)

8.Joe Maddon ejections: 3.5 (OVER)

9.Players named to the AL All-Star team: 2.5 (UNDER)

10.First-place votes for Evan Longoria in the AL MVP voting: 0.5 (UNDER)

11.Sellouts at Tropicana Field: 9.5 (OVER)

12.Wins for the Rays: 89.5 (UNDER but i hope im wrong – 87 is my guess)

13.Tiebreaker: What will be the Rays average attendance in 2011 (they averaged 22,758 in 2010)? (20,800)

1.UNDER

2.UNDER

3.UNDER

4.OVER

5.UNDER

6.OVER

7.OVER

8.OVER

9.OVER

10.OVER

11.OVER

12.UNDER

13.23,779

1. Over

2. Over

3. Under

4. Over

5. Over

6. Over

7. Over

8. Under

9. Over

10. Over

11. Over

12. Over

13. 23,412