Hey, y’all! It’s almost Opening Day! We here at DRaysBay would like to take a moment to remind you that Opening Day (which would be a national holiday if there were any justice in world) should always be capitalized in your tweets and Facebook posts. And if it’s appropriate, OPENING DAY it.
So let’s hop around the Baseball Twitter and see how everybody is getting ready:
The pretend games are over.
The grounds crew in Baltimore is breaking out the paint:
They’re busy in New York too:
There are pretty parks everywhere!
The Trop is sold out!
But in Cincinnati, Joey Votto would like a word with the weatherperson:
Jason Collette says what we’ve been saying:
For the 10203823th time: Opening Day needs to be a national holiday.— Jason Collette (@jasoncollette) March 27, 2018
Megan Brown has her holidays in order:
Josh Tessler makes sure you have everything you need for your Opening Day #hashtag game. And no, we do not know what is so special about #DetroitSummers
Tim Kurkjian has you all set to win your Opening Day trivia night, and a former Ray shout out:
George Bell (1988), Tuffy Rhodes (1994) and Dmitri Young (2005) are the only players to hit three HRS on Opening Day. Rhodes entered that game with five career HRS, hit three off Dwight Gooden that day, and finished his major league career with 13 HRS. #odetoopeningday— Tim Kurkjian (@Kurkjian_ESPN) March 27, 2018
If MLB had a talent show, @Brewers Stephen Vogt would win. Opening Day 2017, he beautifully sang bars from 3 Disney sings, including The Little Mermaid. We ran that video before his 1st AB. Then he hit a HR. From Ariel to aerial. From Under The Sea to over the fence. #OpeningDay— Tim Kurkjian (@Kurkjian_ESPN) March 28, 2018
Adam has your Opening Day Rays’ moments:
Bryan Levine showing off the Opening Day duds. Happy anniversary!
And some loser with, like, 69 followers is trying to decide whether he should take the day off:
How do you plan on taking in Opening Day?
This poll is closed
At the Trop!
In front of my TV enjoying DeeWayne & BA
At a local watering hole watching the game
Trying to catch Dave & Andy’s call on the radio
At work, in between minimizing Gameday clicks