Tag Archives: Red Sox

Polar Opposites

Earlier this week, the Rays declined the options of both Willy Aybar and Dan Wheeler. The move made Wheeler a free agent as the club is likely unwilling to offer him arbitration but it does not rule out Wheeler’s return … 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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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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This Sums It Up for the Red Sox

They had to have this series, and they did not get it. I respect the hell out of what they’ve been able to do with as many guys as they’ve lost, but this series loss is going to be extremely … Continue reading

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Hey Boston, All Your Bases Are Belong to Dan Johnson

Almost two years ago, ┬áDan Johnson made contact with a 2-2 pitch from Jonathan Papelbon for what was arguably the biggest hit of the 2008 season. At that time, the Rays had never won a series in Boston and were … Continue reading

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The Friday Funk Continues

I listened to half of the game driving over from Orlando to visit my parents in Dunedin and watched the other half on the television with my dad and my brother – and both parts sucked. The Rays were gifted … Continue reading

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