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PostSubject: Tampa Bay Rays   Sat Sep 25, 2010 12:26 am

2010 is a whole new year for the Tampa Bay Rays organization. A franchise that has been, for the most part, built around pitching, has abandoned that philosophy for a high-octane offensive strategy. In this revolution towards offense, the Rays managed to hold on to starting pitchers Matt Garza and James Shields. These two should be the anchors to our rotation going forward, with pitchers such as Jeff Neimann and Andy Sonnenstine helping to complete the rotation. Although these players may not be every day names, the offensive production they receive should be quite impressive. After going out and acquiring superstar shortstop Hanley Ramirez and up-and-coming centerfielder (although playing LF) Carlos Gonzalez, the Tampa Bay Rays made it clear that their intentions for the 2010 season was to score runs, and a lot of them. At this time, the Tampa Bay Rays manager, Brad Brezinski, would like to open up the floor and take any questions about his strategy, team, organization, or any other questions anyone may have.

Happy 2010 season everyone!
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PostSubject: Re: Tampa Bay Rays   Sun Sep 26, 2010 4:20 pm

Will you ever trade longo?
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PostSubject: Re: Tampa Bay Rays   Sun Sep 26, 2010 7:56 pm

I'm not one to say "I'll never trade _______." That being said, Longoria is no doubt an anchor to not only lineup, but also our defensive infield. Add in the fact that he is quite durable, only missing a handful of games a season, he becomes quite the valuable player. The most impressive part is that he is still learning how to play in this league, being only 24 years old. So although I wouldn't say I'd "never" trade him, I will say it would take quite the impressive trade offer for me to move him.
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PostSubject: Re: Tampa Bay Rays   Mon Sep 27, 2010 11:05 am

Brez31 wrote:
I'm not one to say "I'll never trade _______." That being said, Longoria is no doubt an anchor to not only lineup, but also our defensive infield. Add in the fact that he is quite durable, only missing a handful of games a season, he becomes quite the valuable player. The most impressive part is that he is still learning how to play in this league, being only 24 years old. So although I wouldn't say I'd "never" trade him, I will say it would take quite the impressive trade offer for me to move him.

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PostSubject: Re: Tampa Bay Rays   Mon Sep 27, 2010 7:13 pm

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