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"This Week in Rays Baseball" features Neil Solondz bringing you in-depth interviews that help you get to know Rays players, coaches, and executives on a personal level, plus weekly news and notes. " Extras" is where Rays beat reporters and national correspondents take an inside look ahead at the story lines and developing news that impact the team's outlook.

Customer Reviews

This is all we got

Unfortunately, Rays fans do not have a lot of places to get quality insight on their team. This isn't one, either, but it's what there is. First off, it's Major League Baseball, which prints money, but you can't do your podcast with any higher quality than recording a telephone conversation? Really? Is this 1991? You have a TV network, you can't create an audio studio? Second, Leach is miscast as the host of this thing. He doesn't do much research (including saying things like "This guy has been doing pretty well" when the guy had been injured and hadn't played for two and a half months or saying Wil Myers has been swinging the bat well since his return, which wasn't even close to being true).

Neil Solondz has keen insights

Spring training reports have been useful as injuries and trades have made the roster fluid. Thanks to Neil Solondz there is clarity and analysis. I listen to every episode. Let's go Rays!

Good but with sound issues

There is good info here on team transactions and player interviews. Someone please do something about the sound when Bill Chatain calls in; it is unlistenable. I don't mean that figuratively because he probably has great info, but he sounds like he is speaking into a tin can on the moon.