This post, which will appear before every game, will include starting lineups (when we learn them) and during the game will include a Game Graph that will constantly update the percent chance the Rays have of winning this particular game.

Game Graph

[Will be up at game time]

Playing A Little Pepper

Looking at the AL East standings will make you think your monitor is upside down. The Orioles and Blue Jays sit atop the division. Should the Rays be worried about either of these teams?

The Orioles are just not that good. And if you have been around these parts for a while, you know we are not big fans of Buck Showalter (it’s not bad luck that other managers win with his players). The Jays on the other hand are the real deal. They are a lot like the Rays, if the Rays had a right-handed hitting Barry Bonds in the lineup. And right now, we would say the Jays have a better shot at the playoffs than the Red Sox…The Jays


Zorilla moves up to the 2-spot, shifting Longo down to clean-up.

  1. Flash Jennings, CF
  2. Ben Zobrist, RF
  3. Carlos Pena, 1B
  4. Evan Longoria, 3B
  5. Luke Scott, DH
  6. Jeff Keppinger, 2B
  7. Matt Joyce, LF
  8. Jose Molina, C
  9. Sean Rodriguez, SS
  10. David Price, SP

Song to get you pumped up





  1. Michael says:

    Well... if they had a right handed barry bonds and absolutely zero pitching depth behind their first two starters

  2. Don says:

    Price time to put up or want people off your back...Do your job....MR all star


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