Oooweee. Get yourself some grass, some sand, a bat, and a ball—add a little butter, no salt, and we've got ourselves some taters to mash. The opener of openers for the 2017 MLB season is the Yankees visiting the Rays, and the Rays have gone up for an early lead. Their first run came early—in the bottom of the first inning—thanks to Evan Longoria putting up a sacrifice fly to score Corey Dickerson from third. And then it was also Longoria in the bottom of the second with a hooking two-run tater, just slightly mashed over the wall off of Masahiro Tanaka. I hope you like gravy, kiddoes. It's baseball season.