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Tool of the Week: The Tampa Tool Edition [VOTE]

It's a Tampa Tool of the Week edition this week. After the Rays recent visit to Fenway that included hit batters and bench clearings, listeners have nominated three members of their team. Manager Joe Maddon, pitcher David Price, and outfielder Sean Rodriguez are all on the ballot for your voting pleasure.

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Tool of the Week: Miguel Olivo, Theo Epstein or Lance Stephenson? [VOTE]

This week's nominees include:

Cubs GM Theo Epstein who thought it would be a good idea to hire Manny Ramirez as a mentor for their minor league players.

Miguel Olivo, the now former Dodgers triple A catcher who bit off part of a teammates ear after not applying  the tag in time to get a base stealer.

Pacers guard Lance Stephenson who continues to publicly talk trash at LeBron James before, during and after games...a tactic that is not working so well.

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Tool of the Week: Milan Lucic or Mitch Williams? [VOTE]

This week's ballot pits the Bruins Milan Lucic against former Major League pitcher Mitch Williams.

Lucic is on the ballot for his comments to a couple Canadiens players in the handshake line after game #7

Williams who is currently an analyst for the MLB Network was ejected for an obscenity laced tirade against an umpire at a Cal Ripken Leagues game involving 10-year olds. He also told his pitcher to throw at the opposing pitcher when he came to bat.

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Tool of the Week: P.K. Subban, Shawn Thornton or Honoré-Mercier Elementary School [VOTE]

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Tool of the Week: Carey Price or Jameis Winston? [VOTE]

It's a head-to-head hockey/football showdown on this weeks ballot. Florida State's Jameis Winston has been nominated not simply for shoplifting crab legs and crawfish, but for telling authorities he forgot to pay when they arrived at his apartment.

Montreal goalie Carey Price is also on the ballot for saying that the Bruins got "lucky" when they scored three goals in just under eight minutes to complete a wild comeback in game two of their series.

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Tool of the Week: Michael Pineda, Red Wings Fans or Suzyn Waldman?

Listeners this week have nominated Yankee pitcher Michael Pineda for not just using pine tar, but for making it obvious by smearing it on his neck.

Yankee broadcaster Suzyn Waldman for her reaction to the Pineda ejection, saying John Farrell might not want to start something he will regret later in the season.

Detroit Red Wing fans are also on the ballot for throwing octopus on the ice during the playing of the national anthem.

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Tool of the Week: Brendan Smith, Raptors GM or Blake Griffin? [VOTE]

This week's ballot includes individuals who are involved in playoff action. They include Detroit Red Wings defenseman Brendan Smith who at 6'2" tried to pick a fight with 6'10" Zdeno Chara of the Bruins but never dropped his gloves.

Raptors GM Masai Ujiri is nominated for dropping an F-bomb at a public pep rally prior to their playoff game against the Nets.

The Clippers Blake Griffin is on the ballot for dumping a cup of water on a Warriors fan after fouling out of game #1.

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Tool of the Week: MLB, Aldon Smith or Atlanta Braves? [VOTE]

This week's nominees include Major League Baseball for their flawed instant replay system.

San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith who was arrested at LAX after telling a TSA agent that he had a bomb.

And the Atlanta Braves who shot off fireworks for their opening day ceremonies right under the American flag which then caught on fire.

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Tool of the Week: Papi or Puig? [VOTE]

Papi vs. Puig, that's who listeners have put on this week's ballot for Tool of the Week. Papi goes on for the selfie situation. His photo opp. with the President seemed innocent until it was revealed he had a paid deal with a cell phone to take the picture.

Yasiel Puig makes the ballot for continued poor decision making. Not only was he late for a game and benched, it was the first game of the season.....seriously?

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Tool of the Week: Big Baby, Oakland A’s or NCAA Fans?

This week's nominees include Glen "Big Baby" Davis who exchanges words with Coach Doc Rivers after getting replaced in a game before Doc sent him to the locker room.

The Oakland Athletics are on the ballot after the bathroom in their coaches locker room overflowed. Sewer issues have been a problem at the stadium for the last two years.

Michael from Pittsfield has also nominated all March Madness fans who had terrible brackets.

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