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2019 Rays Walk-up Music Bracket, Super-Delayed Final And one thing I stumbled upon in the midst of that project was the fact that I had somehow lost track of the final for last year's walk-up music bracket. So, while many most all of you may not actually care how this turns out, I'm OCD enough to not be able to let this sleeping dog lie.

Tyler Glasnow's hair is back! The above was the comment to me by our intrepid site editor, and at first, my reaction was probably much like yours upon reading the headline of this article: "I beg your pardon?" Actually, if we're going to be honest my response was: "AHHHHHHHHHHHH!" You are forgiven if you have never spent much thought or consideration on Tyler Glasnow's hair.

Kayleigh McEnany, wife of Rays pitcher signed to minor league deal, named White House Press Secretary One of the many pitchers in Rays camp this year was veteran reliever Sean Gilmartin, who most recently had a successful stint with the Orioles in 2018 with a 3.00 ERA over 27.0 IP. He also made one appearance in 2019, as an Opener.

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Tampa Bay Rays: All-Time Starting Lineup to Win One Game - First Base We begin assembling a Tampa Bay Rays starting lineup designed to win just one game using only former Tampa Bay Rays' players. Today: First Base.

View from the Catwalks: Stan Borowski is tired of doing puzzles. I can relate. Before we had "Bang-ghazi", before we were grounded by Coronavirus, we had debates about whether MLB was using juiced balls in the regular season, and whether different balls were used for the post season. This Athletic investigation provides some answers.

Tampa Bay hairstylists offer advice on what to do with your hair while staying at home Should you buy boxed hair dye? Cut your own bangs? We’ve got tips for handling your hair during the coronavirus pandemic.

Kayleigh McEnany brings Tampa ties to Trump’s White House. She’s not alone. Mark Meadows, Trump's new chief of staff, also grew up in the Tampa area. Meadows, who until recently represented North Carolina in Congress, was born in a U.S. Army hospital in France but spent his childhood in east Hillsborough County and attended Brandon High School.

Tampa Bay Rays: Top 5 Most Clutch Hitting Seasons in Franchise History What do we mean by the top five high-leverage seasons in Tampa Bay Rays' history? Fangraphs actually uses an index that measures the leverage of each situation. They take into account the score, how many runners are on base, what inning, and how many outs.

All-Star Somerset Patriots Pitcher David Kubiak Back with Team I can't thank them enough for allowing me to come back for another year." Kubiak proved to be nearly indomitable last year, posting a 7-1 record with a 1.76 ERA with 82 strikeouts over 12 starts.

Tampa Bay Rays News and Links: The Rays get to Mariano On this day in 2012, the Rays secured an Opening Day walkoff win against the New York Yankees and the great Mariano Rivera. Things got off to a great start, with the Rays career leader in smile percentage making a triumphant return to Tampa Bay by walloping a grand slam in the first against CC Sabathia.

Ashley HomeStore donating $25,000 to Feeding Tampa Bay TAMPA - Furniture retailer Ashley HomeStore said Monday it will donate $25,000 to Feeding Tampa Bay, helping the nonprofit provide 250,000 meals to those affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

GM Trade History: Rays' Erik Neander The small market Rays have long been proactive on the trade market. That's been the club's preferred method of fielding competitive rosters while maintaining one of the league's lowest payrolls. That can sometimes require moves unpopular with the fan base, although like any team, the Rays have had their fair share of wins.

Tampa Bay Rays all-time team: Price, Snell in rotation; Crawford, Longoria in order of AL's youngest club Kevin Kiermaier sits behind the Big Three on the WAR leaderboard and he's going to be around for several more seasons. We've got single seasons out here from the likes of Steven Souza, Austin Meadows, Jonny Gomes, Wil Myers and Matt Joyce. As such, I'm just gonna kick Melvin Upton over here.

The Best and Worst Trade of the Decade for the Tampa Bay Rays There is a lot to unpack in this trade, but the key thing to note is the Rays had a chance to trade Wil Myers to San Diego for Joe Ross and Trea Turner but instead decided to include the Washington Nationals to acquire Steven Souza Junior instead.

Tampa Bay's Clyde Christensen Says This Is Why He Failed Jameis Winston Unfortunately for Clyde Christensen and Jameis Winston, the latter's final season in Tampa Bay will be remembered for his league-high 30 interceptions. That is why Christensen told The Pat McAfee Show he believes he failed Winston. Winston was the first quarterback in NFL history to throw 30 touchdowns and 30 interceptions in the same season.

USA 2011 Chapter 6 - St Petersburg As originally posted on my Tumblr site while travelling around the USA in 2011… St Petersburg is part of the Tampa Bay area alongside the slightly larger city of Tampa, a zone probably most famous in the UK due to the NFL's Glazer owned Tampa Bay Buccaneers, although the Tampa Bay Rays baseball team actually play in St Petersburg itself.

Why is Tropicana Field lit red, white, and blue? Locals or fans on social media may have noticed pictures circulating of Tropicana Field's roof lit with unexpected hues over the last week - and the reason for it is laudable.

FanPost Friday: How close are you to a baseball player? Have you ever heard of the "six degrees of Kevin Bacon"? It's a theory that suggests every actor in Hollywood is a mere six degrees of film connection from Kevin Bacon. This theory has become popular out in the real world as well, as people like you and me try to connect themselves to famous actors and athletes via personal connections.

View from the Catwalks: The Legend of Toe Nash Plus: could a 100 game season really work?

'It's just so sad.' Police seek leads in Tampa teen's slaying The murder of Talance Callins is the kind of crime that in normal times might yield considerable public attention. But in the midst of the global coronavirus pandemic that has uprooted so much of American daily life in recent weeks, news of the teen's slaying has been somewhat obscured.

Random Ray of the Day: Chad Harville After a stellar collegiate career with the University of Memphis, the Oakland Athletics selected Harville in the second round of the 1997 draft and scouts raved about his potential in the back end of a Major League bullpen.

The Debut: Chaz Roe Roe was dealt to the Seattle Mariners in exchange for infielder Jose Lopez in December of 2010, but with the new organization, Roe was again relegated to the minor leagues. After struggling, he was designated for assignment, cleared waivers and remained with Seattle.

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