Is Gammons Planting Rumors To Distract Rays?

July 6th, 2010

Peter Gammons

A few months ago noted national baseball scribe Peter Gammons spread a slanderous lie that the local radio broadcasts of the Yankmees pulled in more listeners than the local broadcasts of the Rays, heard on WDAE-AM 620.

That’s like saying Rachel Watson is a dead ringer for Susan Boyle. Gammons’ lie couldn’t have been further from the truth.

Being a man of honor, Gammons, once he realized his slur was exposed, refused to stand before the Tampa Bay media and hid in his Boston bunker, or perhaps under the anchor desk of the MLB Network.

Well, a well-known member of the Rays media crew suggests Gammons is planting rumors via Twitter in a devious move to undermind the Rays.

Read more about it on JoeRaysFan.com.

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