I’ll be honest, I went to bed with the Rays trailing 3-0. Not because they were losing, but because I needed the sleep. The Rays have been scoring runs lately, so I figured they surely had a chance to come back on the Angels. This morning, I woke up, and took a look at my ambient Baseball Scorecast*, which posts scores almost immediately. I’ll often look at it before ESPN or MLB, because I don’t have to wait for the scroll to run the scores. Plus, it gives you the divisional standings, six days of schedules, and the projected starting pitchers, usually for the next several games.
*A special thanks to my daughters, Sarah and Hannah for the Scorecast, a gift for my birthday in 2010. Some of my favorite technology. The first number I saw was the “eight” for the Angels. I had to squint my eyes to see “10” for the Rays. Then I turned on the kitchen lights to be sure I had seen correctly. Then I looked at the line score and noticed they had come from EIGHT down to win. Great start to Sunday morning. » Continue reading “Rays Explode In Huge Comeback, Take Angels 10-8″