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Read This, Now

This is an interview between two of my favorite baseball people: One that I know and one that I hope to meet someday. Jonah Keri is good people who has the book, “The Extra 2%,” coming out in early 2011 … Continue reading

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2010 Retrospective: Runs Scored/Allowed AL East Edition

The rumors of my demise have been greatly exaggerated. – Some guy in a white suit After getting all the stress out after a long, great season with less-than-stellar finish I think it’s a good time to start taking a … Continue reading

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OMFG! Oh Noz!

The current standings of the AL East. The bolded numbers means that team has the best statistic in that particular category: Team W L RS RA vsALE vsALC vsALW INT TB 40 23 5.4 3.7 .667 .615 .647 .500 NYY … Continue reading

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Rays Lower Boom on Jays

On a night when everyone in the baseball world had their eyes tuned on the magical effort Stephen Strasburg put forth in his major league debut, Jeff Niemann and Carlos Pena led the charge as the Rays decimated the Blue … Continue reading

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Rays Rally For Crazy Win

Tonight was a game of mixed emotions for Rays fans. Early on, Jeff Niemann was cruising through the Jays lineup with everyone not named Fred Lewis while the Rays offense made Brian Tallet look like Steve Carlton. The fifth inning … Continue reading

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A Strange Season Continues

Over the past two seasons, the Rays had the second best home record in baseball as they went 109-53 at Tropicana Field for a .673 winning percentage. In that same time frame, the club went 72-90 on the road for … Continue reading

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