Hand Up- Five things I got wrong about the 2021 season

As about a third of the baseball season is in the books, I thought it was a fitting time to reflect on some of my personal thoughts and predictions from before the season got underway. Ten preseason predictions stood out, five of them proving to be true this year and five that have not heldContinue reading “Hand Up- Five things I got wrong about the 2021 season”

My Tribute to the Rays – Shared by Dan Draper

It’s just before 3:10am in Brisbane, Australia. It’s a bit cold outside, houses sit with their lights off and cars on the road are few and far in between. I connect my laptop to the HDMI cable running from my television to my laptop and fire up mlb.tv for what I know will be aContinue reading “My Tribute to the Rays – Shared by Dan Draper”

What the White Sox series means for the Rays moving forward

After being down 7-2 in Wednesday’s series finale against the Chicago White Sox, the Tampa Bay Rays seemed down and out. It was getaway day on the southside of Chicago, and it didn’t seem like the Rays were really in the game to start, leaving starter Ryan Yarbrough out to dry as he would giveContinue reading “What the White Sox series means for the Rays moving forward”

Tyler Glasnow placed on IL with partial UCL tear in right arm

In a season that has been so positive and dominant so far for the Tampa Bay Rays, the team and its fans received shocking news Tuesday afternoon. As reported through various outlets, including Jeff Passan and Marc Topkin, right-handed starting pitcher Tyler Glasnow, the ace of this Rays rotation, has been placed on the ILContinue reading “Tyler Glasnow placed on IL with partial UCL tear in right arm”