Tag Archives: Tampa bay rays
What? You got a hole in your glove or something?
Yeah, that’s pretty clever. Good on the dolphin for not getting jealous. Read Rays’ Pitcher Alex Cobb Proposed to His Girlfriend […]
There are gonna be some shitty travel conditions this holiday weekend.
If you’re going to streak, you best get your money’s worth. Consider you’ll be spending some time in jail and will have to pay a
PIctured during a Rays-Angels game in Anaheim. Whoops. I think you're missing the "O" and "R."
David Price is ready for some football. Well, he went to an SEC school, so he’s always ready for some football. But he doesn’t always
Luke Scott is a dude who marches to the beat of his own drummer. And his drummer is playing a very unique syncopated rhythm.
The Tampa Bay Rays beat the Boston Red Sox, 2-1, last night to move into first place in the American League East. They did so
No one would have noticed, but the fireballer decided to tweet out the graphic image. Very sensible.
There was a truly scary moment in Tampa Bay last night when Toronto Blue Jays pitcher J.A. Happ was struck in the head by a
You shouldn't take selfies or even really say the word "selfie" anyway—I'm sorry, I couldn't think of an acceptable substitute and "self-shot" isn't a word—but
It's a well known fact that if you want your serotonin levels to rise without the use of medication, all you need to do is
Closed captioning fail.
Don’t believe me? Watch the clip. Harrelson has a point. There were no warnings issued by home plate umpire Mark Wegner before this pitch. What
It's like the Tampa Bay Rays want us to treat them like a minor-league team. From the catwalk-laden "stadium" to their new kitty mascot, they
So nice to finally see one of our favorite felines, Dubstep DJ Kitty, make a natural career transition. The new gig? The Tampa Bay Rays
What an incredible night. Somehow the weird baseball Powers That Be have decided that the Tampa Bay Rays are going to the playoffs
As they usually do for Sunday night baseball, ESPN mic'd up homeplate umpire Chad Fairchild for the Sox-Rays game. The mic was rather hot when