Tag Archives: hitting

Public Enemy #1

Whether you are reading the papers, listening to the radio, or scanning Twitter, it will not take you long to figure out that Derek Shelton is rather unpopular in this area right now as fans are putting the blame on … Continue reading

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What Has Gone Wrong?

How does a team go from 32-12 to 42-27 today and see a 6.5 game lead evaporate as the clu goes 10-15 in their last 25 games? Is it the hitting’s fault? Split AB BA OBP SLG% R/G BB% K% … Continue reading

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More on the Schedule

It’s 9:30 pm and the Rays are just now getting underway in a game in Atlanta so I have had a lot of time to fester over what I wrote about yesterday regarding the current standings in the AL East … Continue reading

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Not Better The Second Time Around

There is an old saying in baseball that batters may be able to do better the second time around when facing a pitcher because they are familiar with his stuff yet somehow in this season of surprises, the Rays are … Continue reading

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Offensive Woes

The Rays are now 7-5 in the month of May after the loss last night after going 17-6 in the month of April. Where is the blame? You decide; here are the team hitting and pitching splits for the months … Continue reading

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Rays Hitters in August

The frustrating month of August is over for the Rays. While the team did play three games over .500 for the month, they certainly could have done much better than that. On this road trip alone, they snatched defeat from … Continue reading

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