Rays’ Sizemore once again a force as a player

by Gary Shelton on August 9, 2015 · 0 comments

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Sizemore is contralated by Jason after his first-inning home run./JEFFREY S. KING

Sizemore is contralated by Jason after his first-inning home run./JEFFREY S. KING

Sunday, 1:25 a.m.

There was a time he was one of the finest baseball players in the league.

The world talked of Grady Sizemore in reverent tones, of the things he could do, of the instincts he brought with him to the field. He was a fine player in those days, and he played the game of baseball as if he had been born to it.

You know what it looked like?

Pretty much, it's looked like the last two days.

Sizemore has been something to see in this series against the Mets, getting

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