Postseason Papers: Moyer clearly brilliant on a rainy night

Each October morning, the Stew will take a look at what they're writing about in the hometown papers of the postseason teams

Jamie Moyer is old, at least for a baseball player, at the age of 45. The veteran left-hander got the job done last night though, going 6 and 1/3 innings and giving up just three runs. He also did what old men do best, according to Bill Lyon ... he waited through a 91 minute rain delay, and then produced one of the best performances of his career. []

There are a lot of angry Philly fans this morning. The cable went out in South Jersey and parts of Central Pennsylvania during last night's game. They didn't even get to enjoy The Steve Harvey Show in between. What a shame. []

How bad have things gotten for the middle of Tampa Bay's order? Carlos Pena and Evan Longoria are a combined 0-for-the World Series. []

Game 4 starter Andy Sonnanstine seems to have quieted all of his critics. []

Martin Fennelly believes Game 3 was the type of game that the Rays usually win — only this time they didn't. [Tampa Tribune]

Joe Henderson makes two interesting points in his column. First, everyone thought Longoria's ball in the sixth was long gone, but because of the wind, it stayed in the park. Secondly, Joe Maddon essentially guaranteed that the Rays would win Game 4. [Tampa Tribune]

Cliff Floyd wants his younger teammates to savor the flavor of the World Series experience. Although the Rays look like they will be back in the playoffs for years to come, you just never know what can happen. [Tampa Tribune]

The Rays are digging themselves a hole that they may not be able to get out of, writes John Romano. [St. Pete Times]

The Rays are hitless wonders right now writes Gary Shelton. [St. Pete Times]

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