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The Nasty Rays Are Back in Town

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And Then There's Luke Scott to Deal With

"As a baseball player, going there to work, it's a dump. I mean, it's old. It does have a great feel and nostalgia, but at the end of the day, I'd rather be at a good facility where I can get my work in... They should do like New York did and get a new one, get a new park... I got to see a priceless thing driving back to my apartment. I see all the Boston fans walking around, and I mean they were crying crocodile tears. ... It was like someone shot their dog. I rolled down the window and I'm like, 'Ah, hah, sucks doesn't it, when someone laughs or makes fun of you when things aren't going your way.' " -- Rays outfielder Luke Scott on America's Most Beloved Ballpark last season

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