1. Tampa Bay Rays Must Sweep Boston Red Sox

    The Tampa Bay Rays must sweep the Boston Red Sox or they can kiss any hopes, dreams and wishes of the wild card this year goodbye. For Tampa Bay, the playoffs at times have been as close as first base...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 349 reads 1 comments

  2. Tampa Bay Rays in Search of Power in 2-1 Loss to Detroit Tigers

    Tropicana Field had no juice. A power outage just minutes prior to the start of Tuesday's game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Detroit Tigers was a sign of things to come...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 124 reads 0 comments

  3. Alex Cobb: Tampa Bay Rays Pitcher Wants To Put His Rib in His Locker

    Human ribs might be luckier than a rabbit's foot. Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Alex Cobb might put his rib in his locker. Yes, his actual rib that was surgically removed from his body...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 914 reads 3 comments

  4. NFL: Did Roger Goodell Use Terrelle Pryor to Get to Aqib Talib and Kenny Britt?

    Roger Goodell keeps playing chess to DeMaurice Smith’s checkers. Tampa Bay Buccaneers corner back Aqib Talib and Tennessee Titans receiver Kenny Britt could potentially ...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 638 reads 8 comments

  5. Sam Fuld Loses Tooth as Tampa Bay Rays Defeat Seattle Mariners 3-2

    Sam Fuld lost his tooth in the Tampa Bay Rays 3-2 win against the Seattle Mariners Friday night. Although the win helps in their battle for the playoffs with the New York Yankees ...

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  6. Desmond Jennings Keeping Tampa Bay Rays in the Hunt with Yankees and Red Sox

    Desmond Jennings has been the spark keeping the Tampa Bay Rays in the postseason fight with the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox ...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 635 reads 6 comments

  7. Jeff Niemann: Tampa Bay Rays Sweep the Kansas City Royals with 4-1 Win

    The Tampa Bay Rays finished their homestand 7-3 after finishing the four-game sweep of the Kansas City Royals Thursday. During the homestand the Rays outscored their opponents 47-36...

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  8. Sam Fuld: Top 4 Plays Made by Tampa Bay Rays Outfielder in 2011

    Sam Fuld seems to find ways to energize the Tampa Bay Rays and their fans. Wednesday night Super Sam struck again. Fuld's walk-off triple was the latest in a season of highlight reel plays for the 29-year-old outfielder...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 841 reads 0 comments

  9. Steve Smith Signs with Philadelphia Eagles

    Steve Smith , former New York Giants wide receiver has signed a one-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter . Smith is the 14 th free agent the Eagles added this offseason...

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  10. Alex Rodriguez: 4 Songs MLB Teams Should Play When He Steps to the Plate

    Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees will apparently not be disciplined for any involvement in illegal poker games. This doesn't mean that he cannot suffer a little punishment from the court of public humility...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 918 reads 15 comments

  11. MLB: Realignment Among 5 Changes Bud Selig Needs to Make to the Game

    The New York Yankees , Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies alone are not enough to keep Major League Baseball viable into the future...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 2,189 reads 51 comments

  12. NFL Preseason 2011: 12 Rules NFL Bandwagon Fans Should Follow

    The NFL season is approaching and fans are hopping on the bandwagons of teams incorrectly. Being a bandwagon fan is not something that one should take lightly...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 1,169 reads 4 comments

  13. Alex Cobb Injured: Tampa Bay Rays Return to 5-Man Rotation

    Tampa Bay Rays rookie pitcher Alex Cobb has been placed on the 15-day disabled list after injuring his hand in Saturday night’s loss to the Oakland A’s...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 381 reads 2 comments

  14. Hunter Pence Traded to Phillies: 4 Teams Who Now Need to Move on BJ Upton

    Hunter Pence was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies from the Houston Astros Thursday night making it crunch time for teams to trade for B.J. Upton...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 780 reads 1 comments

  15. Jerry Meals' Blown Call: MLB Needs More Instant Replay and Less Human Element

    Last night's marathon MLB game between the Pittsburgh Pirates and Atlanta Braves unfortunately has made Jerry Meals the latest sacrificial umpire...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 1,105 reads 9 comments

  16. Rays Trade Rumors: BJ Upton and James Shields Among Players They Could Deal

    B.J. Upton and James Shields remain at the top of Tampa Bay Rays rumors as the MLB Trade Deadline approaches. It continues to be debated whether the Rays will be sellers at the trade deadline...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 564 reads 0 comments

  17. MLB Trade Deadline: B.J. Upton Will Cost a Lot for Tampa Bay Rays to Trade Him

    Tampa Bay Rays center fielder B.J. Upton will cost a MLB team a lot for him to be traded prior to trade deadline July 31. Jerry Crasnick from ESPN tweeted that a scout described Upton as, "overpriced...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 952 reads 1 comments

  18. Circumcising Mosquitoes: 5 Spaceballs Quotes Better Than Jerry Jones' NFL Gem

    ESPN's Adam Schefter tweeted , " Jerry Jones says labor deal is down to "circumsizing mosquitoes." Wow, so after 128 days we are down to the circumcision of mosquitoes...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 471 reads 2 comments

  19. Tampa Bay Rays Season Summed Up by 16 Innings of Frustration

    The Boston Red Sox defeated the Tampa Bay Rays Sunday night 1-0 after 16 innings. The game itself was an amazing five-hour, 44-minute battle between the American League East teams...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 245 reads 0 comments

  20. Roy Williams Proposal Is Better Than Proposing at a Sporting Event

    Roy Williams made headlines for mailing a $76,000 engagement ring to his girlfriend Brooke Daniels, a former Miss Texas USA. Talk about bad ways to propose and via overnight mail is right up there at the top of the list...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 1,267 reads 9 comments

  21. New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays Square Off, Do-or-Die for Rays

    The Tampa Bay Rays ' four-game series against the New York Yankees could have the most impact of any series this season...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 3 years ago 168 reads 0 comments

  22. Rays Need to Get out of Tropicana Field, Not Tampa Bay

    ESPN's Steve Berthiaume wrote an article highlighting his belief that the Rays need to relocate from Tampa Bay. In his article posted to espn.com. , he made a case for the region not being suitable to sustain professional baseball...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about over 3 years ago 1,497 reads 7 comments

  23. 2011 MLB All-Star Game: James Shields Pitching His Way on to AL Roster

    Tampa Bay Rays pitcher James Shields is playing at an All-Star level. There is no question that he should be one of the pitchers, if not the starter, for the American League in next month's midsummer classic...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about over 3 years ago 1,145 reads 28 comments

  24. Joe Maddon's Thoughts on Edwin Rodriguez's Resignation as Marlins Manager

    Florida Marlins manager Edwin Rodriguez resigned his position with the team Sunday morning. The resignation comes as the Marlins have lost 17 of the 18 games they played in the month of June...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about over 3 years ago 236 reads 0 comments

  25. Johnny Damon Keeps Smiling and Swinging His Way into Cooperstown

    Johnny Damon is the least popular future Hall of Famer in Baseball. He has been one of the most productive players in the majors but doesn’t get the accolades or credit that he has earned...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about over 3 years ago 1,031 reads 53 comments