BY: John Mamola / 620wdae.com
In case you missed Wednesday night's episode of the new ESPN show "Olbermann", you missed a nearly six minute presentation by ESPN analyst/host Keith Olbermann reacting to comments by super-agent Scott Boras. Boras telling the Star-Ledger on Wednesday that he suggests the Rays should move to New Jersey.
“I think there’s a lot of cities that may attract them, but I don’t know…maybe…maybe New Jersey would like their win percentage,” Boras said, completing his takedown of the Tampa Bay market….
Tampa Bay had the worst attendance in the majors in 2013, when Rays averaged a 18,645 fans per game at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., a facility universally regarded as outdated. They also finished last in 2012 and 29th in 2011 despite posting a winning record each season.
“I would say the Tale of Two Cities: The one they’re in and the one they should be in,” Boras said.
Olbermann took to the airwaves and presented the following.