James Shields

  • Price, Shields, And Rodriguez Visit MLB’s Fan Cave

    May 10, 2012 at 1:30 pm 0 comments

    With the Rays in New York this week, three player, David Price, Sean Rodriguez, and James Shields, made a visit to MLB’s Fan Cave in Manhattan. Here is a brief video showing their time there… Likes(0)Dislikes(0)

     
  • Postgame Shot Of Joe: Foley Gets An Assist

    Postgame Shot Of Joe: Foley Gets An Assist

    May 8, 2012 at 9:36 pm 8 comments

    Joe is back with his post-game thoughts…. Carlos Pena ending the game on the third called strike of his at bat with the bases loaded was just too much to bear. Swing the damn bat and stop complaining about close pitches. But who could be surprised? Lack of aggression was sort […]

     
  • Postgame Shot Of Joe: Choke Avoided

    Postgame Shot Of Joe: Choke Avoided

    April 27, 2012 at 11:09 pm 2 comments

    Joe is back with his post-game thoughts…. This one went from a Rays laugher in Texas early to within inches of a horrendous nightmare in the eighth inning. Isn’t baseball fun? This is why those antacid companies are so profitable. Kudos to Wade Davis for shaking off a near grand slam, […]

     
  • [THE HANGOVER] The One Where We Discuss Bossman’s Emotion, James The Greater, And Blocking Pitches Like A Little Leaguer

    [THE HANGOVER] The One Where We Discuss Bossman’s Emotion, James The Greater, And Blocking Pitches Like A Little Leaguer

    April 22, 2012 at 11:10 am 3 comments

    The GBT – The Good, The Bad and The Telling sandwich, where The Bad is nice and lean and the The Telling is ripe. RAYS (boxscore) THE GOOD: BJ Upton. Bossman cometh. And Bossman’s single in the 6th inning scored 3 runs. But most importantly, Upton was into it. We […]

     
  • Postgame Shot Of Joe: Bossman Being Bossman

    Postgame Shot Of Joe: Bossman Being Bossman

    April 21, 2012 at 9:42 pm 5 comments

    Joe is back with his post-game thoughts…. Two games into his 2012 season and B.J. Upton already has reassumed his role as the Rays’ most captivating and polarizing player. He’s making plays in the outfield tonight (making you wonder just a little last night), hitting into a critical double play […]

     
  • Even ESPN Took A Jab At The Strikezone And Yesterday’s Win Over The Red Sox

    Even ESPN Took A Jab At The Strikezone And Yesterday’s Win Over The Red Sox

    April 17, 2012 at 12:54 pm 2 comments

    We already went over the final pitch of yesterday’s game and explained why it was just a good baseball play, even if the Red Sox did get screwed on that pitch. But that didn’t stop the folks at ESPN from taking a not-too-subtle jab at the Rays’ win. Here’s the […]

     
  • [THE HANGOVER] The One Where We Discuss Cleaning Up, Shifting, And Bullpen Work

    [THE HANGOVER] The One Where We Discuss Cleaning Up, Shifting, And Bullpen Work

    April 8, 2012 at 8:00 am 19 comments

    The GBT – The Good, The Bad and The Telling sandwich, where The Bad is nice and lean and the The Telling is ripe. RAYS 8, Yankees 6 (boxscore) THE GOOD: David Price. OK, it wasn’t his best outing ever. He gave up 5 hits and 4 walks in less […]

     
  • James Shields And Jose Molina Had Trouble Getting Along On Opening Day

    April 7, 2012 at 10:00 am 7 comments

    Typically, if you can stake James the Greater to a 4-run lead, that is a guaranteed win. But by the time he left the game, the Rays were trailing 6-5. One would think that the last problem Shields would have would be with a veteran catcher like Jose Molina. Well, […]

     
  • [THE HANGOVER] The One Where We Discuss A Special Homecoming, And James Shields’ Learning Curve

    [THE HANGOVER] The One Where We Discuss A Special Homecoming, And James Shields’ Learning Curve

    April 7, 2012 at 8:00 am 0 comments

    The GBT – The Good, The Bad and The Telling sandwich, where The Bad is nice and lean and the The Telling is ripe. RAYS 7, Yankees 6 (boxscore) THE GOOD: Carlos Pena is home. Of course there was the grand slam. And there was the walk-off single in the […]

     
  • 2012 Opening Day Roster Breakdown

    2012 Opening Day Roster Breakdown

    April 6, 2012 at 11:00 am 0 comments

    We were just looking through the opening day roster and here are a few things we noticed… The average age of the players on the roster is 29.2. The oldest player on the roster is Jose Molina (36 years, 10 months). The youngest is Matt Moore (22 years, 10 months). […]