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More About Tampa Bay Rays
Established: 2008 (Rays since 2008)
Stadium: Tropicana Field
World Series Titles: 0
Notable Players: Evan Longoria, Carl Crawford, David Price, Fred McGriff, Ben Zobrist, Carlos Pena, Aubrey Huff, Jeremy Hellickson
The Tampa Rays entered the expansion class of 1998 as the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, but never came close to a winning season. Once they dropped the “Devil” from their name, Tampa surged to 97 wins, an AL East crown, and the team’s first World Series appearance. That’s not all it took: savvy scouting, player acquisition and team-building, as well as great managing from Joe Maddon, helped turn things around in Tampa Bay.
Now, the Rays are a perennial contender. Tampa Bay hasn’t had a losing season since 2007 and has a proven blueprint for fielding competitive and successful teams. Even with an injury-plagued 2014 season, the Rays still find themselves near .500 and within shouting distance of the Wild Card race. Though a playoff berth seems unlikely in 2014, count the Rays out at your own risk. Get your Rays tickets now to watch one of the finest teams in baseball this season.
Tampa Bay Rays 2014 Schedule
The Rays face a bevy of talented teams in the AL East each season, and Tropicana Field always buzzes when opponents like the Yankees, Red Sox and Orioles come to Tampa. The Rays still host all of the top teams in the AL East this season, and will host Yankees great Derek Jeter’s last series in Tampa Bay from September 9th through September 11th. Check out the complete Tampa Bay Rays 2014 schedule and find the right game for you!