Labels: Seven Nation Army, The RAYSHEAD Army
posted by The Professor at 1:52 PM
This is not the Rays song Prof. You have to get off this weird kick of yours about this song. Stick to the baseball, please.Enjoy Austin City Limits.
Guess you haven't been to any games recently. This song is now played everytime the rays chase a pitcher from the game. And the whole place goes crazy. Wouldn't happen if not for Prof
Went to three games within the last two weeks. Heard this song, not once.Sorry David.
anon, David is right. I went to all 4 twins games and everytime the twins changed pitchers during an inning they played this song and they had video on the screen to get people to join in. Sorry.
I have been told the song will be used in the playoffs also
You have got to be kidding me!I didn't hear this song once, AND even if it was used, it is not the anthem of the Rays.
Anon,therein lies the problem. You see, I don't ever pretend to be part of the Rays...So when I say "we" or "our" I am referring to either Rays Index or The RAYSHEAD ARMY *not* the Rays. I never said this was the Rays' anthem. sorry.
Look, I love this site. I read it for Rays baseball updates over draysbay every day. Honestly it is the best Rays coverage site out there. Awesome work, Prof.Which is why I hate these Seven Nation Army posts.The song may have indeed played while I was at the games and I did not notice. I am totally willing to admit that.It is your site, and I totally admit that even with filer the site rocks... but man, I just think these Seven Nation Army posts come out of nowhere.More baseball, less musical suggestions, please!Gracias!
these 3 posts were not put in place of something else. There is not any less baseball coverage on here because we decided to run a Seven Nation Army post.like anything else. if these 3 posts (out of ~2,000) bother you, skip 'em.
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