Joe is back with his postgame thoughts….

Luke Scott filled the Karlos Pena role nicely tonight, didn’t he?

A couple of whiffs and failure to get a runner in from third with less than two outs was reminiscent of two nights ago when Karlos Pena played his way out of the lineup and the Rays were blanked 1-0 in Texas.

Tonight it was 2-0 in Toronto, which, of course, is a lot worse because the Blue Jays aren’t very good.

It’s comical at this point, with 31 games to go. Probably the only thing certain is that the Rays are going to play a lot more of these heinous kinds of games, and have plenty of games where they make it all look so easy.

All you can do is sit back and hope they get hot at the right time — with a little more wiggle room than last year.




1 Comment

  1. Burn H. says:

    It's all my fault, after the 1st when MM gave up those 2 runs I switched stations. But for some reason I would switchback just to cause the rally to die or the Jays to get a hit. In the latter I could quickly turn away, but with the dead rally their was nothing I could do. So tonight I will abstain from the Rays Jays until it's over. I hope that the Stone Crabs put up a good fight with the Miracle. Good Luck Rays


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