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  • The Hangover: B. J. Upton Could Be Starting Second Baseman

    The Hangover: B. J. Upton Could Be Starting Second Baseman

    March 29, 2007 at 8:25 am 0 comments

    The Phillies beat the Rays 9-2 in Scott Kazmir’s final appearance before opening day. Damn, we hate losing to Philadelphia team in anything. So then we just go back and watch our tape of THIS game and we feel soooo much better. It appears as though we will need to […]

     
  • Devil Rays Roster And Lineup Projections Reduxer

    Devil Rays Roster And Lineup Projections Reduxer

    March 28, 2007 at 1:02 pm 0 comments

    We only have 5 days left til opening day and the team is finally starting to click. Let’s take another look at our 2007 25-man roster projections. Who’s in? Who’s on the fence? And which little piggie is going to cry all the way to Durham? The Rays announced their […]

     
  • 2007 AL East Previews: Toronto Blue Jays

    2007 AL East Previews: Toronto Blue Jays

    March 28, 2007 at 10:46 am 0 comments

    We are now less than a week from the greatest day of the year, opening day, and our hearts are starting to beat a little faster. It is time to preview the rest of the Rays divisional rivals. Rather than have us rant about the inadequacies of the other teams […]

     
  • The Hangover: More Cuts Expected Today

    The Hangover: More Cuts Expected Today

    March 28, 2007 at 8:19 am 0 comments

    After the Rays 1-0 win over the Jays, the Rays no longer have the worst spring training record. In fact they are now ahead of the White Sox and the Mets. This time it was the pitching staff led by Casey Fossum. The Fossum Flop pitched 5 shutout innings allowing […]

     
  • Rays Index Mentioned In Sports Illustrated

    Rays Index Mentioned In Sports Illustrated

    March 27, 2007 at 1:32 pm 0 comments

    You can imagine our surprise when we opened this weeks Baseball Preview issue of Sports Illustrated and we see the name of our little site right there amidst the Devil Rays preview. But don’t worry, we won’t let it go to our heads. In fact we won’t even write a […]

     
  • 2007 AL East Previews: Baltimore Orioles

    2007 AL East Previews: Baltimore Orioles

    March 27, 2007 at 10:09 am 0 comments

    We are now less than a week from the greatest day of the year, opening day, and our hearts are starting to beat a little faster. It is time to preview the rest of the the Rays divisional rivals. Rather than have us rant about the inadequacies of the other […]

     
  • The Hangover: Wade Townsend? Never Heard Of Him

    The Hangover: Wade Townsend? Never Heard Of Him

    March 27, 2007 at 8:48 am 0 comments

    The Rays fell to Cleveland 4-3. You can tell that Joe Maddon wants his pitchers working deeper in games this year. For the second time this week a starting pitcher worked 7 innings, a rare sight in spring training. This time it was James Shields, who gave up 4 runs […]

     
  • The Devil Rays Rotation Is Set And Edwin Jackson Appears To Be In

    The Devil Rays Rotation Is Set And Edwin Jackson Appears To Be In

    March 26, 2007 at 10:52 am 0 comments

    We are one week from opening day and based on the pitching assignments that manager Joe Maddon has utilized recently, we now know the order of the Rays starting pitching rotation and it hints at who the 5th starter is. First let’s look at the slots… Scott Kazmir Jae Seo […]

     
  • The Hangover: A Tale Of Two Devil Rays Springs

    The Hangover: A Tale Of Two Devil Rays Springs

    March 26, 2007 at 9:14 am 0 comments

    How bad were the Rays first 15 spring games? After the Rays 12-4 win over Pittsburgh yesterday, their 7th in 10 games, they still have the worst record in baseball. Delmon Young picked up three more hits to raise his spring average to .345 and Jonny Gomes smacked his 4th […]

     
  • The Impending Return Of Vince Naimoli

    The Impending Return Of Vince Naimoli

    March 26, 2007 at 7:31 am 3 comments

    Normally we begin the day with The Hangover, but something has come to our attention that just couldn’t wait. Buried at the bottom of a longer article on the growth of the Rays as a franchise is a tidbit that made our jaw hit the keyboard. In what might be […]