A Tampa Bay Rays Blog: Ball on a Budget
Despite his rough start to the season, a collective groan escaped all Rays fans when David Price left last night's game injured.
Yes, it rhymed. Credit the postgame happiness of yet another win.
Pitching allowed the Rays' offense to get a solid lead, and keep it; and the discussion began again concerning protective gear for pitchers.
This one still has a bitter taste this morning.
The missing offense has returned, but the pitching has taken a leave of absence.
The final step in the breakup with James Shields -- seeing him, in a Royals uniform, pitch against the Rays. Sigh.
Pregame DJs, magicians, cockatoos and penguins during every homestand?
Yes, it’s still only April, but when pitching and offense both decide to show up daily, it's a beautiful thing.
The Rays notched another W at long last, therefore igniting hope in the hearts of all fans…or something like that.
On a horrific day in Boston, the Rays wrapped up a series against the Red Sox.
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