Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Thank you Rays

I'd like to take a brief moment away from hockey to congratulate the Tampa Bay Rays on their truly remarkable run.

For a team that most Rays fans hoped would play .500 ball this season to become the American League champions, there should be little disappointment in watching the Philadelphia Phillies celebrate their World Series title.

Yes, it would've been nice if the roles were reversed. Still, though, what a season. Sweeps of the Red Sox and Cubs. Walk-off homers. A six-run ninth inning. Dan Johnson's pinch-hit homer. And, thankfully, David Price sending Boston back to Beantown.

It's been a great ride. Well done, gentlemen. Well done.

2 comments:

bamlinden said...

tap tap tap tap tap tap tap

a "stick tap" on the ice for that one.

They should be a very exciting team next year.

Brett

Anonymous said...

Yes, kudos to the Rays, but....MY PHILLIES WON THE SERIES....the biggest reason for my joy is that they are the only team in the four major sports that I root for that have ever won a title in my lifetime....if I wait for the Bills or Sabres, I will die dissappointed!!!!, and honestly, who really cares about the NBA.