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Shirts Without Random Triangles: Tampa Bay Rays go Slapshot on road trip


The Tampa Bay Devil Rays sure know how to have fun. For the current road trip to Toronto, Joe Maddon ordered the team to don hockey jerseys for the flight. What better way to rub it in Canada's face that the Stanley Cup Finals is yet another all-American team match-up this year? (With more than its fare share of Canadians on each team, admittedly.)
Maddon likes these kind of team building theme dress-up road trips. Previous ones involved the Rays donning all black in homage to Johnny Cash, cowboys, and the even less socially acceptable Ed Hardy t-shirts (what, there weren't any Truth Soul Armor shirts available?)
As you can tell by the image Chicago Blackhawks jerseys are the hot item among the team (pitching coach Jim Hickey's nephew works for the Stanley Cup contender). More noticeable are the few Tampa Bay Lightning jerseys among the bunch. Not even the Rays like the home town hockey team.
(via, Tampa Bay Online, SB Nation)


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The Tampa Bay Devil Rays sure know how to have fun. For the current road trip to Toronto, Joe Maddon ordered the team to don hockey jerseys for the flight. What better way to rub it in Canada's face that the Stanley Cup Finals is yet another all-American team match-up this year? (With more than its fare share of Canadians on each team, admittedly.)
Maddon likes these kind of team building theme dress-up road trips. Previous ones involved the Rays donning all black in homage to Johnny Cash, cowboys, and the even less socially acceptable Ed Hardy t-shirts (what, there weren't any Truth Soul Armor shirts available?)
As you can tell by the image Chicago Blackhawks jerseys are the hot item among the team (pitching coach Jim Hickey's nephew works for the Stanley Cup contender). More noticeable are the few Tampa Bay Lightning jerseys among the bunch. Not even the Rays like the home town hockey team.
(via, Tampa Bay Online, SB Nation)



Posted originally: 2010-06-01 10:38:00
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