Martin Fennelly Columns
This one goes beyond potty-mouthed umpires and laundry allergies, writes columnist Martin Fennelly. The latest setback in David Price's Cy Young follow-up can't be good.
The only thing that can impact the Rays more than Evan Longoria’s presence is his absence, Martin Fennelly notes.
Ronde Barber was the last ballplayer from those Bucs teams that owned the town. It was a special time and place, and Martin Fennelly isn't sure it can ever be like that again.
Forever linked to the biggest play in Buccaneers history, the retiring Ronde Barber set himself apart during his 16-year career, writes columnist Martin Fennelly.
When the Rays base their identity on pitching, another blown lead makes us wonder who they are, Martin Fennelly writes.
Robert Marve's long, grinding road has brought him back to where it all began, Martin Fennelly notes.
When Jason Collins announced he was gay, he set the stage to help others who fear the consequences if he or she does the same thing, Martin Fennelly writes.
The last thing the Bucs should do is entertain thoughts of reaching out to the suddenly unemployed Tim Tebow, Martin Fennelly writes.
Cockatoos and penguins in the clubhouse aside, columnist Martin Fennelly says things are finally getting back to normal as the Rays conclude their homestand.
Mariano Rivera has set up meetings with fans and others in each stadium the Yankees visit during his final season. It's unique and classy, just like the man, writes Martin Fennelly.