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  • More thoughts on the departure of Kelly Nash and putting things in proper perspective

    More thoughts on the departure of Kelly Nash and putting things in proper perspective

    March 28, 2015 at 11:13 am 13 comments

    Yesterday I made a comment on Emily Austen, the Rays’ new in-game reporter that angered some people. Here is the comment: She’s good and seems like a solid choice. Personality-wise, she seems much more like Laura McKeeman than Kelly Nash. Nash was good, but she never seemed like she was […]

     
  • Former 1st round draft pick hits walk-off home run

    Former 1st round draft pick hits walk-off home run

    March 21, 2015 at 4:16 pm 2 comments

    Allan Dykstra, who was the first-round draft pick of the San Diego Padres in the 2008 draft, hit a walk-off home run for the Rays today against the Minnesota Twins. Dykstra, a 27-year-old first baseman who most recently played in the Mets’ organization, was signed this off-season by the Rays […]

     
  • Why Jake Odorizzi is more likely to be the Rays’ Opening Day Starter than Chris Archer

    Why Jake Odorizzi is more likely to be the Rays’ Opening Day Starter than Chris Archer

    March 18, 2015 at 11:20 am 5 comments

    Alex Cobb has been diagnosed with tendonitis in his right forearm and the Rays today said he is no longer expected to be the starting pitcher on Opening Day. While the bigger issue is that the Rays will almost certainly start the season without three of their top four starting […]

     
  • The Clearwater Personal Injury Law Firm

    The Clearwater Personal Injury Law Firm

    March 13, 2015 at 11:37 am 0 comments

    Personal Injury Settlement Mills: Loved by Insurance Carriers What is a Personal Injury Settlement Mill A personal injury settlement mill, is a high volume personal injury law practice that attempts to mass produce the settlement of claims and utilize aggressive advertising campaigns in an effort to obtain clients. Settlement mills litigate a […]

     
  • [THE HANGOVER] What Rays fans need to know today

    [THE HANGOVER] What Rays fans need to know today

    March 11, 2015 at 8:30 am 5 comments

    The GBT – The Good, The Bad and The Telling sandwich, where The Bad is nice and lean and the The Telling is ripe. Pirates 4, RAYS 3 (boxscore); Red Sox 5, RAYS 1 (boxscore) THE GOOD: Kevin Cash said Drew Smyly “had a really good day” as he progresses […]

     
  • [THE HANGOVER] What Rays fans need to know today

    [THE HANGOVER] What Rays fans need to know today

    March 6, 2015 at 9:17 am 4 comments

    The GBT – The Good, The Bad and The Telling sandwich, where The Bad is nice and lean and the The Telling is ripe. Orioles 3, RAYS 2 (boxscore) THINGS THAT STOOD OUT TO US: Tim Beckham got the start at second base while Asdrubal Cabrera started at shortstop and […]

     
  • [THE HANGOVER] What Rays fans need to know today

    [THE HANGOVER] What Rays fans need to know today

    February 27, 2015 at 9:22 am 2 comments

    Jake Odorizzi put on 17 pounds this off-season. his goal was 20 and he told Fox 13 Sports that it wasn’t easy. “It was hard, it wasn’t easy … It was a lot of eating. Sounds like it would be easy, but you get to a point where food doesn’t […]

     
  • Raymond showed off his crazy dance moves at Fan Fest

    Raymond showed off his crazy dance moves at Fan Fest

    February 23, 2015 at 4:53 pm 1 comment

    The Rays lost Andrew Friedman, Joe Maddon, and Ben Zobrist this off-season but they still have Raymond. I have no idea how that will help the Rays win games, but we will still be entertained. And the grand finale… Likes(0)Dislikes(0)

     
  • ESPN’s off-season grade for the Rays: D+

    ESPN’s off-season grade for the Rays: D+

    February 17, 2015 at 3:15 pm 14 comments

    Not many in the national media think much of the Rays’ off-season moves. But the most pessimistic reaction may be the one from former Reds and Nationals general manager and current ESPN analyst Jim Bowden. In his annual off-season report card, Bowden gives the Rays a “D+,” the third-worst grade […]

     
  • The Rays once again have the worst travel schedule in the AL East thanks to baseball’s idiotic division format

    The Rays once again have the worst travel schedule in the AL East thanks to baseball’s idiotic division format

    February 12, 2015 at 2:47 pm 6 comments

    The Tampa Bay Rays’ 81-game road schedule will require the team to travel 35,824 miles during the 2015 season, the 6th-most in Major League Baseball and by far the most in the AL East, according to BaseballSavant.com. Interestingly, that travel distance is up from 33,856 miles traveled during the 2014 […]