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During last night's Boston Red Sox-Tampa Bay Rays game, Sun Sports announcers DeWayne Staats and Brian Anderson lost a plastic bottle that they had thought gone overboard. However, they found it had stayed on the lip of their broadcast booth and did not fall into the Tropicana Field crowd.
So an enterprising Anderson found a fishing...
(TAMPA, Fla.) Sun Sports, the statewide television home of the Tampa Bay Rays, will produce and televise 150 Rays regular season games in high definition as part of the 2013 Major League Baseball season.
Opening Day coverage begins live from Tropicana Field at 2:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday, April 2, when the Rays host the Baltimore Orioles. Like last year, both home and away game telecasts...
If you happened to tune into Monday night's Tampa Bay Rays/Oakland Athletics game that went to extra innings, you might have seen this rather trippy graphic from the folks over at Sun Sports.
Check out announcers Brian Anderson and DeWayne Staats with graphic that might have you flashback to the 1970's:
00:32 - Intros & contacts
04:36 - Stars doing what stars do
14:00 - hot pitchers
31:00 - not so hot closers
42:00 - are you concerned?
1:01:00 - your emails
1:24:00 - What we are reading & working on: Paul's favorite & my favorite.
1:40:00 - Interview with Rays color analyst & former pitcher Brian Anderson
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David Laurila, curator of FanGraphs’ Q&A Series, joins the podcast from Fenway, with a report on the scene from the 100th anniversary celebration of the historic park. He also provides audio from a recent interview with Rays broadcaster and former Cleveland Indian Brian Anderson regarding the latter’s experience, as a Cleveland native, in the heartbreaking 1997...
Introduction and #31
#30 – #21
#20 – #11
Beginning in late November, we’ve spent much of the offseason asking readers to rate the television broadcast teams (on a scale of 1-5 for charisma, analysis, and then overall) for all 30 major-league clubs — with the intention, ultimately, of determining which broadcasts might best reflect the sorts of inquiry and analysis performed...