September 2010

Tampa Bay Rays – All Hail the Red Sox

updated April 19, 2014by September 25, 2010

 Right now the Tampa Bay Rays are cheering the Boston Red Sox. It might be a division rivalry with bad blood but the Rays have reason to be grateful after the Red Sox knocked off the New York Yankees to put Tampa Bay on top of the AL East by 1/2 of a game. Looking […]

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MLB Tickets – Counting Games in the AL

updated April 19, 2014by September 18, 2010

 It’s now time to look at the MLB and the magic numbers that will get an MLB team into the winners circle in the division. New York Yankees – The pinstripers need 16 games to clinch. But the Tampa Bay Rays are only a game behind so don’t count your chickens. Minnesota Twins – The […]

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Tampa Bay Rays Tickets – Take Your Pick

updated April 19, 2014by September 11, 2010

 MLB fans who want to be in the thick of things have some interesting options this month but you better act quick. If you’ve been watching the Yankees and Rays battle it out all season in a neck and neck race now is the time for you to step up to the plate and gran […]

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Yankees Tickets – Too Close to Call

updated April 19, 2014by September 11, 2010

 As the MLB season trudges on to the final straightaway it appears that New York Yankees tickets will once again be at the forefront of the AL East. Barely. After winning a World Series the New York Yankees looked to have hit their stride, having built a team that could contend for the next few […]

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Nod to Nadal – This Could Be It

updated April 19, 2014by September 4, 2010

 Rafael nadal has been a contender at the U.S. Open for the last few years but has never been able to eat the whole enchilada. Frustrated year after year Nadal has pegged this U.S. Open as his. He came a step closer yesterday with a victory over Denis Istomin, a win that puts him within […]

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