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Five Cold Predictions for the Tampa Bay Rays in 2019

By Rylan Stiles
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ST PETERSBURG, FL – MARCH 29: The grounds crew prepares the field during a game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Boston Red Soxon Opening Day at Tropicana Field on March 29, 2018 in St Petersburg, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) /

As Spring Training rolls closer, it is time for cold predictions!

Okay, so you all read and loves (presumably) my Tampa Bay Rays bold predictions (which again, I thank you for) now it is time for cold predictions!

My Bold predictions were all positive, and a tad bit outlandish in some cases, though realistic at the same time. My Cold predictions will be realistic things that could negatively happen to the Tampa Bay Rays.

Just like the bold predictions, I will at the end give my confidence level of how likely I think these things are to happen.

Like always, leave below your thoughts on my cold predictions, and some not so good predictions that you fear for the Tampa Bay Rays.