I’m not sure if merely making the playoffs is worthy of doing the front page as a full-page photo, but that’s what the St. Petersburg Times did today.
During their football games yesterday, Fox ran “lower third” promos for the upcoming baseball playoffs, naming the teams expected to be participating. And it appears that even they have finally acknowledged the presence of the Rays, even if they did list them last.
Surprisingly, the Yankees weren’t mentioned in the promo. I assume this is because Fox hasn’t yet been successful at signing up Yankees players to host Fox camera crews in their homes to watch them watch the playoffs, thus giving Fox something else to cut to between
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With last night’s win over the Indians — their 67th win of the season — the Rays have won more games than they did all last season, when they went 66-96.
There are 50 games to go. The Rays’ magic number is 47.
Sports by Brooks reports that a pizza place in Denver is offering “free pizza for the world” if the Rays win the World Series.
year, this same restaurant offered free pizza if the Rockies swept the Yankees in a June interleague series — which they did — and if an NFL team went 16-0 during the regular season — which happened. Someone there seems to be psychic and not a particularly good businessman.
Yes, living on the West Coast makes it slightly easier to stay up until the conclusion of
15-inning baseball games.
Scott Kazmir: winning pitcher. Evan Longoria: hit crucial ground-rule double. Dioner Navarro: probably did some good stuff that I can’t remember right now because I’m sleepy.
After sweeping the Red Sox, the Rays are in first place in the AL East by 3-1/2 games and have the best record in baseball (52-32).
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Rays have been chosen as All-Star Game starters, but I guess we’ll find out when they announce the lineups Sunday.
After a series sweep of the Orioles, ask the Rays are again alone in first place in the AL East. Their .600 winning percentage (30-20) is the best in the American League, and is tied with the Diamondbacks for best in baseball.
Here’s the cover of the May 26 issue of Sports Illustrated…
At first, I thought I was looking at some major mistakes in the artwork, but then I realized, no, the action depicted is taking place in Bizarro World. (That was a little less clear on my subscription copy, which has the address label printed over the bizarro advertising in the lower right corner.)