The Rays picked up their first win of the Spring today with a 4-0 victory over the Yankees. And for those of you that weren’t following along on Twitter, here are a few of the more notable moments from the game.

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Reid Brignac got off to a bad start, striking out on three pitches, the final one was a pitch the catcher had to block in the dirt…

James Shields made his first start and it is good to see that goatee/beard thing is already in mid-season form…

Jeff Keppinger could be the backup first baseman and got the start there today. He made a nice little play on his first groundball…

Check it out. Hits and players running and things!…

Stephen Vogt had a good day, and Joe Maddon certainly likes that he can play multiple positions. But he sure looks like a future DH to us…

Tim Beckham played second base and looked good on this groundball that kicked up a little higher than it should have…

Brandon Guyer had a nasty scare but popped up and stayed in the game…

Look out! Hak-Ju Lee nearly killed Tim Beckham with a baseball. Well, that’s one way to knock out the player ahead of you on the depth chart…

Could this be the Rays double-play combo in 2013? Hak-Ju Lee-to-Tim Beckham-to-whomever has a nice ring to it…

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6 Comments

  1. Don says:

    Its early..... but I foresee Brignac changing diapers at the Playboy mansion...good luck Reid hope that is what you wanted out of your career...

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  2. Martin B says:

    Cork, what do you use to record what I'm assuming is the MLB.TV stream and then turn it into .GIFs?

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  3. Hawthe (geo) says:

    This is a nice summary of the game! Since I live in Sarasota its nice to see the Stone Crab boys doing well

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  4. Connie says:

    The Lee-Beckham combo got me all excited!

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  5. angrybuddha says:

    What the hell... why don't we just call it the Hak-Ju-Lee combo. It's the new Tinker-Evers-Chance. And he can be the new Sam Fuld:

    Hak-Ju Lee turns 6-4-3 double plays all by himself.

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