Will Archer face negative feedback for his tweet?

by Gary Shelton on August 1, 2015 · 1 comment

in College Sports in Florida, Florida, general

Did Archer's frustration pour cold water on the Rays' expectations?/ANDREW J. KRAMER

Did Archer's frustration pour cold water on the Rays' expectations?/ANDREW J. KRAMER

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Do you think Chris Archer's unsuccessful appeal to management to improve the Rays roster prior to trade deadline will have any detrimental effect on the team or on Chris?
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I don't think so, but maybe it's because I agree with him. Whether it was frustration, or whether he was trying to cheer his team toward making a move, I

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Jack Airey August 2, 2015 at 8:02 am

The Ray’s have become a conduit of great players helping improve other teams. This ownership is controlled by way too many bean counters. I was going to buy some more tickets this season, but I have lost my zeal for being a Ray’s fan. IMHO we don’t need a new stadium….we need new owners who are real baseball fans not stockbrokers.


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