Righty-Heavy Lineup Humiliates David Price

April 21st, 2016

joeraymugWhat an ugly but beautiful series-clinching mess of a 12-8 win at Fenway this afternoon. It was one of those games you need if you’re going to get to the playoffs.

Of course, it all tastes sweeter when David Price is booed off the home turf.

Joe has nothing against Price, but he’s the enemy now, has been for years.

Down 5-1 after one inning, Jake Odorizzi deserves a major tip of Joe’s cap. Odorizzi hung tough and retired eight straight to get through four innings without more damage. And he had a hell of a defensive play on a dribbler toward third base.

That set the table for the Rays to drop six on Price in the fourth. He walked off the mound to a chorus of boos with two outs.

Joe was up off the couch applauding. A Curt Casali two run bomb, a two-run double by Evan Longoria and an RBI-double by Desmond Jennings finished him off.

Rumor has it that Astro got a wicked case of diarrhea immediately after.

How about that righty-heavy lineup the Rays threw at Price? Fifteen hits! How magical it was without Logan Morrison and Brad Miller in the lineup.

It should more of the same with bloated lefty C.C. Sabathia and the Yankees tomorrow night in the Bronx.

4 Responses to “Righty-Heavy Lineup Humiliates David Price”

  1. Darth Ray-der Says:

    Actually, stating the obvious, the Rays won by a score of 12 to 8. What an offensive explosion !. Also, an added bonus! No strikeouts from the M & M Turds from Seattle. But then again, they didn’t get off the bench even though they needed pitch hitters at the end of the game. Cash has learned his lesson. Now bring back up Matook & Schaffer and we’ll have our old team back from the end of last year. Go Rays !

  2. Miguel Grande Says:

    It was a great win in so many ways. Come win, offensive explosion and true grit.

    How can Cash keep Brandon Guyer out of the every day lineup?

    Hit by a pitch 3 times. He broke Price’s spirit on the 2nd one off his elbow. You could see the frustration and disbelief in his face. He was pretty stoic when Longoria and Casale homered but you could see his breaking point when Guyer took away the inside part of the plate and leaned into that pitch.

    Besides getting two hits and scoring two runs, the guy was making great plays in the field especially that late foul ball that the wind blew fair. That was a heads up play.

    Erasmo at 4 wins, do the math, 55 wins by October.

    I saw James Loney drinking a Cape Codder at Jerry Remy’s Grille and his hair was perfect.

  3. Miguel Grande Says:

    come back win

  4. Darth Ray-der Says:

    Rays lose today 3 to 2 on a walk off home run by Gardner. Miller also had trouble getting the ball out of his glove…..again. James Loney recovered pretty quick after his rumble in the jungle at the Peek a Boo Lounge where everyone is treated like a stud with great hair.


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