- ‘This is your year’: Glasnow deals in opener - Adam Berry, MLB.com: Glasnow looked on another level of filthy in his Opening Day start.
- The new Slider looked like a very fun new weapon:
Tyler Glasnow, Filthy 89mph Slutter. pic.twitter.com/WK9o7GjOkD— Rob Friedman (@PitchingNinja) April 1, 2021
Tyler Glasnow, 98mph Fastball & 84mph Curveball, Individual Pitches + Overlay.— Rob Friedman (@PitchingNinja) April 1, 2021
Good luck. pic.twitter.com/s69GDebJqe
- Rays and Marlins put on quite a pitching duel, but it was Austin Meadows that provided the only run needed:
HAPPY OPENING DAY, AUSTIN MEADOWS!— Bally Sports Sun: Rays (@BallyRays) April 1, 2021
Meadows blasts one to center to give the @RaysBaseball a 1-0 lead in the 8th!
Watch on Bally Sports Sun & stream it here: https://t.co/6wqurMgT2z #RaysUp pic.twitter.com/ziYsaoeBFX
- Something to watch for in Game 2 today:
The Rays won, 1-0, on a solo HR from Austin Meadows— Sarah Langs (@SlangsOnSports) April 1, 2021
Can he join a list with Joe Panik in Game 2?
In the Giants' 1st 2 games in 2018, Panik became the 1st player in MLB history to hit a HR in consecutive 1-0 victories by his team, let alone to start a season! (h/t @EliasSports)
- Rays’ opening day reminds you that the best is yet to come - John Romano, Tampa Bay Times
- For Rays fans, opener in Miami well worth the trip - Marc Topkin, Tampa Bay Times: It’s been a long time, but Rays fans can finally return to see their team play live.
- Rays photoblog: Opening Day 2021 - The Ray Tank: Check out all the fantastic photos from the Rays Opening Day.
- I love this stupid game:
Ah the old Bellinger-HR-run-single-basepaths-running-error-but-technically-Justin-Turner-scores-but-who-really-knows-what-happened.— Alex Fast (@AlexFast8) April 1, 2021
Baseball never fails to deliver. pic.twitter.com/CxjBxYK8PL
- One of the best images from Opening Day was the blizzard bomb from Miggy:
Petition to put this in the Louvre. pic.twitter.com/bKrBSgwrd5— Detroit Tigers (@tigers) April 1, 2021
- Thrills, chills: Opening Day’s best moments - Will Leitch, MLB.com: Good run down of some of the best moments from a full day of baseball.