Joe realizes this kind of winning can’t last forever, just like the 1-8 start wasn’t going to last.

Yet still, both streaks by the Rays felt unstoppable. And that’s really the fun and addiction of every baseball season, except it never happens all in April.

Enjoy it.

Jeff Niemann seemed to have some of that trajectory thing going that makes him nearly unhittable when he’s on. Hopefully, he’s really back to his pre-injury form. And the Rays busted out the broom against the Twins in record time.

Maybe it is this simple? Pitching, defense and a few big hits. All for $40 million.

Rays win tomorrow night against L. A. and they’re sitting alone in the wild card spot. Amazing.

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  1. pete says:

    It's been very easy to enjoy latelty.

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  2. Scot says:

    It is clear! Only and idiot would disagree. All these streaks PROVE that the Rays are 14-11 through their first 25 games.

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  3. Joe says:

    Sean Rodriguez picked a very bad time to dislocate his finger. I thought Lopez would lose his job would for sure with Longo back soon(hit a HR tonight btw) but Sean might just be DL'd

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  4. Christina says:

    I was at the game tonight (I have been living in Minnesota for 10 months now), and I've never been more excited to be a Rays fan! I only saw 1 other Rays fan, but we went nuts when we saw each other! Go Rays!

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  5. KillaTapes says:

    So fun to watch. Indulgence at it's finest. Here's to hoping we can keep it going!

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  6. Don says:

    Nieman completes the "fab five"....................

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