Tag Archives: Tampa Bay Rays

Kevin Cash ruined the World Series for the Rays and the stats have finally gone too far

One of the pillars in the ages-old debate of stats vs. instincts in baseball is the argument over when it’s okay to take a starting pitcher out of a baseball games. In the old days, before the Oakland Athletics changed … Continue reading

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Dodgers win National League pennant to set up rags vs. riches World Series

If you were busy being disappointing at Jared Goff and the Los Angeles Rams last night while they lost to the San Francisco 49ers despite being gifted many opportunities in the second half to get back into the game, you … Continue reading

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Mets bats blow up again, complete sweep of Rays

It was great that the Mets were able to score 11 runs in a series opening win against the Rays on Monday, and Tuesday night’s nine runs that backed R.A. Dickey’s gem were more than enough. Yet, the Mets spoiled … Continue reading

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Santana, Mets try to keep good times rolling in Tampa

In just a few minutes, the Mets will face off against the Rays and try to win their third game in a row. Johan Santana is on the mound, and the relatively pitcher-friendly Tropicana Field should be a nice change … Continue reading

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R.A. Dickey has entered another world

Last night in St. Petersburg, Florida, R.A. Dickey took the mound for the Mets needing to pitch seven shutout innings to match Jerry Koosman’s club record of 31.2 consecutive scoreless innings. Not only did Dickey break Koosman’s record by pitching … Continue reading

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