How could the Rays top their "BRayser " road trip?
Simple -- move onto the pants.
Tampa Bay's coaches and players will be wearing John Daly-style wild pants on the road trip to visit the Yankees, which takes place Monday, September 13.
The St. Petersburg Times says that the Rays will also honor ex-White Sox manager Pants Rowland, who put up a 339-247 record from 1915-18, winning the World Series in 1917.
Simple -- Rowland skippered the only team to make the World Series after being no-hit twice. The Rays were blanked by the A's Dallas Braden in a perfect game and shut down by the Diamondbacks' Edwin Jackson (who is coincidentally a member of the White Sox now after being dealt at the trade deadline). The Rays also have a no-hitter to their name, with Matt Garza twirling baseball's latest no-hitter on July 26 against the Tigers.
Thus -- the Loudmouth Pants Rowland road trip, in which manager Joe Maddon will wear Bushwood-style pants, seen at left. Bench coach Dave Martinez is opting for Shagadelic Black, seen at right. Options for the players to be worn can be viewed at loudmouthgolf.com .
Maddon welcomed any Rays to wear the BRayser along with the pants. So if you're in New York next week and happen to be at the airport, you've been warned. You may see some terribly-dressed players at the baggage claim.
-- Evan Brunell
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