Tag Archives: Carlos Pena

Darn, That's The End

Borrowing from A. Bartlett Giammati: It breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart. The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, and it blossoms in the summer, filling the afternoons and evenings, and then … Continue reading

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Behold the Power of the Gatorade

It was fitting that former President George W. Bush was in the front row for this game because he finally got to see one of his beloved Weapons of Mass Destruction in person in the form of home plate umpire … Continue reading

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Pena Trying to Avoid History

Carlos Pena went 0-4 tonight in the loss to Kansas City which drops his batting average to .196 on the season in 560 plate appearances. If he can go at least 3 for 8 over the weekend, he will finish … Continue reading

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BHSN: Pena's Peaks and Valleys

Carlos Pena’s career was given up for dead when the Red Sox released him after the 2006 season. His signing with the Devil Rays was an afterthought, until Pena had a very solid March in the Grapefruit League. Despite his … Continue reading

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Not Sure Which Was Worse…

My weekend or the Rays’ weekend. As I shared on Saturday, I have a nasty case of tonsillitis which makes talking and eating less than enjoyable experiences. On top of that, I had to travel back and forth to Dallas … Continue reading

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The Rays By the Numbers

I like to take peeks at the statistics at 30 day intervals to see how the club is doing and I think this time, you will be quite surprised by some of the statistics this club has produced over the … Continue reading

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