31 runs. A 16 to 15 score seems more like a field goal festival in a football game, then a score of a baseball game, but that is what the Rays and Pirates put up yesterday. 30 hits, and 31 runs.
There is always a rule of thumb for Spring Training, don’t read too much into it. I generally abide by that rule, especially when assessing players that are going to have a hard time making the…Read More
Game Recaps – 3/5/2010 vs NY Yanks
This was a much anticipated game for fans of the Rays young pitchers. Both David Price and Jeremy Hellickson took the mound for the Rays, and neither disappointed.…Read More
The main piece in the trade that sent Scott Kazmir to the Anaheim Angels, Sean Rodriguez, started off the Spring season with a HR in the Rays first game. He then proceeded to follow up that first HR…Read More
The Rays lost their first Spring game yesterday against the Baltimore Orioles, 12-2. As we all know, Spring stats and scores have to be taken with a grain of salt and a more careful examination of the…Read More
The FanSided.com Sports Network dishes out non-stop sports news and views on your favorite teams and topics. This isn't your granddaddy's sports news either -- it's the up-to-the-minute, unfiltered sports content the modern sports fan demands. For more information visit FanSided.com
The Fansided Network is part of Sports Illustrated Sites.
This site is strictly for informational and entertainment purposes, and is in no way affiliated with the Tampa Bay Rays or Major League Baseball. It also claims no rights to the trademarks of either the Rays or the MLB.