Post Tagged with: "Joe Rays Fan"

  • Postgame Shot Of Joe: Just Like The Rays Planned

    Postgame Shot Of Joe: Just Like The Rays Planned

    April 12, 2011 at 9:38 pm 7 comments

    Kyle Farnsworth served up the meatball, but Big Papi couldn’t deliver. Beautiful stuff. With Carl Crawford getting plunked, picked off and thrown out, and Sox fans chewing their fingernails off, this win might have been sweeter than the Sox-clubbing on Monday. It really felt like it was out of the […]

     
  • Postgame Shot Of Joe: Thoroughly Satisfying

    Postgame Shot Of Joe: Thoroughly Satisfying

    April 11, 2011 at 10:02 pm 7 comments

    Every suffering Rays fan knew a breakout game would come eventually. But to do it in Boston on Rays-hating BSPN, now that was a thoroughly satisfying 16 runs. And to have the best left fielder on this night wearing a Rays uniform? Very sweet. Finally, most of those horrendous Rays stats […]

     
  • Postgame Shot Of Joe: No Spark From Fuld Heroics

    Postgame Shot Of Joe: No Spark From Fuld Heroics

    April 10, 2011 at 8:31 am 6 comments

    Like a lot of Rays fans, Joe believes he’ll always remember Sam Fuld’s diving grab yesterday. Stunning stuff from a guy who’s impossible not to cheer for (even if he went to Stanford). With that kind of layout in right field, Joe was thinking Fuld’s Ron Swoboda heroics would have […]

     
  • Postgame Shot Of Joe: No Longer Trying Too Hard

    Postgame Shot Of Joe: No Longer Trying Too Hard

    April 7, 2011 at 5:26 pm 12 comments

    These Rays can’t hit indoors, and they can’t hit in the cold weather. Maybe all this anemia is just some sinister ploy to get an outdoor stadium in the sweltering Tampa sun. (Joe is kidding, of course.) But that’s what fans of the 0-6 Rays have been reduced to at […]

     
  • Postgame Shot Of Joe: Nightmare Won’t End

    Postgame Shot Of Joe: Nightmare Won’t End

    April 6, 2011 at 3:49 pm 30 comments

    Joe keeps hoping Freddy Krueger will jump onto the field or burst through the TV screen and interrupt the madness that is the 0-5 Rays.  It’s that scary. Just gash the right arm, Freddy. That would spice things up. Anything’s better than the reality of Team Stu right now. But all that happens […]

     
  • Postgame Shot Of Joe: Time To “Change The Book”

    Postgame Shot Of Joe: Time To “Change The Book”

    April 2, 2011 at 9:03 pm 4 comments

    The No. 5 starter looked damn good. Dan Johnson and Ben Zobrist played some big-time defense. And Manny slapped a seeing-eye, RBI grounder into left field. That’s about all there was to celebrate while the Orioles 4-hit the Rays tonight. Yeah, Joel Peralta threw strikes. Pretty depressing stuff after waiting 5 1/2 months to wash […]

     
  • Postgame Shot Of Joe: Money No Issue Tonight

    Postgame Shot Of Joe: Money No Issue Tonight

    April 1, 2011 at 8:42 pm 16 comments

    Minutes before the Rays quieted the home crowd and got rolled 4-1 in tonight’s opener, Stu Sternberg was on WDAE-AM 620 squawking about how a mere $10 million payroll increase over the Rays’ current $40+ million would have made the club significantly better. Thanks, Stu. Hope you have more fun spending that $10 million […]

     
  • Catch Joe Thursdays at 10:30 AM On 620 WDAE

    Catch Joe Thursdays at 10:30 AM On 620 WDAE

    September 30, 2010 at 9:00 am 2 comments

    Joe will make his regular appearance on “The Ron and Ian Show” on WDAE 620 AM at 10:30 AM today. Those chained to a computer can listen online at 620WDAE.com.

     
  • Postgame Shot Of Joe: Who’s Better?

    Postgame Shot Of Joe: Who’s Better?

    August 4, 2010 at 12:15 am 14 comments

    Soaking in all the beauty of these commanding Rays wins, Joe’s enjoying the good guys struggling to find a team that can hang with them. Who’s better? Of course, the answer is nobody. And now it’s official, with the Rays taking over the best record in baseball. In the seventh […]

     
  • Postgame Shot Of Joe: It’s All About The Corn

    Postgame Shot Of Joe: It’s All About The Corn

    August 2, 2010 at 10:23 pm 10 comments

    So the kid from the corn, Jeremy Hellickson, wasn’t so bad, was he? Geez, how deep is the Rays starting pitching? The rotation gets a night off when a rookie gets a spot, one-time start, and he shuts down the Twins. Mind you, this is not the Kansas City Royals. […]