“My favorite memory as a Tampa Bay Ray was during Game 7 of the 2008 ALCS when the final out was made. It was the most intense and joyful moment of my life. To celebrate an accomplishment of such magnitude, for a city that had been patiently waiting a decade to even sniff a pennant, was a truly great feeling. I would also like to thank all the fans and supporters who have positively impacted my life.”—Now Ex-Ray Andy Sonnanstine.
Recently, we learned that Jorge Posadawould like to continue playing in 2012 if he can find the right situation. There appears to be interest in the veteran as the Rays, Orioles, and Phillies have inquired on Posada, the catcher’s father told Javier Maymi of ESPNDeportes.com (Spanish…
There’s a reason why there are legends told of the god-man that is Sam Fuld. He makes diving catches, knocks out clutch hits, and has a pretty good taste in Christmas films even though he’s Jewish. He’s so dreamy.
The Hall of Very Good recently spoke with Mr. Fuld and learned of his five favorite holiday films. Even though there is no mention of A Muppet Christmas Carol or Santa’s Slay, it’s a pretty solid list. Check it out here.
“One bat. That’s all it will take.
One bat. And I like the Rays better than the Yankees or Red Sox.
One bat. And I think Tampa Bay is back in the World Series in 2012.”—John Romano - St Pete Times Columnist on how the Rays only need one good consistent hitter to make them the best team in the AL. (via raystank)