Tag Archives: offense

Great Analogy

This gem comes from @alliekranick on Twitter and I loved it because it fits the Rays’ situation perfectly. Being back in 1st is like fitting into an old pair of jeans. It feels so good & comfortable but you have … Continue reading

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Mission Accomplished

That is the scorecard from an ESPN writer who was at the stadium tonight. If you add in the three game series that was played between the Rays and the Yankees earlier this month, the Rays just won a seven … Continue reading

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BHSN: Non-Traditional Offense for a Non-Traditional Team

The Rays’ team batting average is nearly 20 points lower than team batting average of the Twins, Rangers, and Yankees–teams that are also printing up their post-season tickets this week. The Rays’ team slugging percentage is also lower than their … Continue reading

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Rays Throw Away Victory

I spent last night out at the first part of my 20 year high school reunion last night, but not the official reunion. Some of decided to throw our own reunion party at two different sports bars last night so … Continue reading

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Rays Own Worst Enemy

After a nice run of late, a let down was natural, but that was painful to watch today. It was the first time all season I have failed to watch a complete game by choice because I just could not … Continue reading

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Rays Expectancy Chart

It might seem petty to complain about an event on a 6-1 homestand that just completed with an extra innings victory but I would be remiss if I did not speak about the bottom of the 9th inning in today’s … Continue reading

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