Projected Line-Up

December 21, 2009

In an effort to spice up the site, over the holiday break I am going to attempt to learn as much about sabermetrics as I can. But for now it’s back to writing the basic stuff I know how to. Over the next weeks I will be breaking down what I think the starting 9 will be and will continue to update it until the season starts. Read the rest of this entry »

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The 4.25 Million Dollar Question

September 4, 2009
Sure will miss you and your translator. (AP)

Sure will miss you and your translator. (AP)

Since I have personally lost hope for this season lets take a look ahead to the offseason. Today we will start with the question of picking up Akinori Iwamura’s opition for next season.

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Series Preview: Washington Nationals VS. Tampa Bay Rays

June 12, 2009

Probably the most exciting part of this series.

Probably the most exciting part of this series.


The Rays, coming off a series win against the Angles, will now face the Nationals for a three game set. Back to back series wins for the Rays would be huge in their effort to get out of fourth place. We can’t figure out what is more exciting, watching the Nationals? Or watching Ludacris perform? Read the rest of this entry »


Game 55: Kanas City Royals 0, Tampa Bay Rays 9

June 4, 2009

Giraffes seem to like shaving cream. (Brian Cassella/Times)

Giraffes seem to like shaving cream. (Brian Cassella/Times)


Adrian is on hiatus so I will be doing the post game. Tonight’s win for the Rays was huge as they go for the sweep tomorrow against the Royals. With the great pitching performance from Jeff Niemann and an¬†offensive¬†outburst, the Rays looked like the team of ’08. Read the rest of this entry »


Series Preview: Kanas City Royals VS. Tampa Bay Rays

June 1, 2009
Joyce celebrates his homerun.

Joyce celebrates his homerun.

Kanas rolls into town for a three game series against the Rays. Since Tampa is playing better we are dropping the Devil for the time being. The Rays looked strong against the Twins taking two out of three. But playing in the AL East means that they need to sweep teams such as the Twins and Royals. Plus we do not have to see Zack Greinke. Read the rest of this entry »