Last week I wrote an article, citing the some of the good things for the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2009 season. In that article, I thanked the Rays management for bringing another winning season to the Fruit Dome in St. Petersburg. It appears I may have been a bit premature with my congratulations. The Rays have gone 2-9 since the infamous white flag trade of Scott Kazmir. While I knew it signaled the end of the Rays run at the wild card, it's been a bit disturbing at times because it seems as if the Rays are disinterested in continuing the rest of the season. It's understandable in a way. If management has given up the ghost, why should the players still play? When Andy Sonnanstine took the hill against the Boston Red Sox in the biggest series of the season and departed four innings and five ...
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