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What made you become a Rays fan?

My name is Manny Stiles. This is how I became a Rays fan:In February 2007, I put my MLB fanship for one year on eBay to be won by the highest bidder (for charity). It happened partly by accident...

Series Preview: Rays vs Red Sox


The struggling Red Sox come to Tropicana Field for a big 3-game series as the Rays try to extend their five-game win streak.

Series Preview: Rays at White Sox


The Rays begin a 10-game road trip with a four game weekend series in Chicago.

Super AAA Plus, Bro Guy


Such a great movie. Any Bull Durham flair that can be added to the Durham Bulls is always great!

What was up with Fernando Rodney last night?


Fernando Rodney's positioning on the rubber in Wednesday night's game could be something to keep an eye on.

Predicting Rays breakout prospects 2013


Breakout prospect candidates this season in the Rays' organization

Tampa Bay Rays All-Time 25-Man Roster


Over at The Rays Way the other day, I put together a 25-man roster of all the top players in the franchise's history. Please let me know what you think.

Matsui Called Up


"ST. PETERSBURG -- Hideki Matsui is expected to join the Rays before Tuesday night's game against the White Sox." "...Matsui was hitting .178 with no home runs and four RBIs in 12 games with Durham. Though the veteran slugger's numbers are not representative of his career, the Rays have said all along that he would join the team once he said he was ready."

Season Preview: Tampa Bay Rays


Pitching is the name of the game, and you can put the RAYS’ name in bold and capital letters. Returning each and all of their relatively young and very talented starting pitchers, Manager Joe Maddon and the 2012 Tampa Bay Rays look to return to the playoffs. The 2011 regular season ended in dramatic fashion. In early September, the Rays trailed the Boston Red Sox by nine games for the final playoff spot. By the final night of the season, the Rays needed a win and a Boston loss to capture the last remaining spot in the American League. Trailing the Yankees 7-0 after seven innings, the Rays made their move towards a finish that would never be believed if made into a movie. Evan Longoria capped off a six run 8th inning with his 1st home run of the game. One inning later, and one strike away from defeat, Dan Johnson hit a pinch hit home run to tie the game. Three innings later and just minutes after getting the news that Boston blew their late lead, Longoria hit the most dramatic home run in Tampa Bay history. The last playoff spot was captured by one game over the Sox. The night of September 28, 2011 goes down in baseball history as the most exciting and unbelievable finish to a season ever.

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