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Tampa Bay Rays Ticket info and season preview

Life is good in Tampa. Last year the Rays punched their ticket to playoffs for the fourth time in five seasons. There was a time, not so long ago, when this team was called the Devil Rays, and they were a miserable excuse for a major league club. What difference does a name make? Apparently it makes a huge difference. Tampa is once again primed to contend for the top of the American League heap, bolstered by one of the best rotations in the majors, and an opportunistic set of bats. Throw in a salty defense, and a time-tested manager in Joe Madden, and you have a Rays team that should make Tropicana Field tickets at hot commodity.


Every Major League Baseball team dreams of having a starting rotation like the Tampa Bay Rays. Anchored by David Price, who followed up his 2012 Cy Young award with an injury plagued 10-8 year. Lost in that stat line is the fact that most of those struggles came before a 44-day stint on the disabled list. When he returned from injury, his numbers were very close to 2013 production. But the great news for the Rays is that even with Price underachieving, they still ranked fourth in the majors in WHIP, and third in strikeouts. 17-game winner Matt Moore returns, with Alex Cobb, and Jake Odorizzi rounding out the starters. The bullpen received an upgrade, when Tampa swapped the enigmatic Fernando Rodney out for Grant Balfour in the closer role. Balfour returns to the Rays after spending three years in Oakland.
At the plate, Tampa once again asks Even Longoria to lead the charge. Longoria had another typical Longoria season in 2013, batting .269 with 32 homeruns. Second basemen Ben Zobrist continues to contribute in the two spot, and Wil Myers had the sort of rookie year that makes Tampa fans very optimistic about the future of the club. The right fielder batter nearly .300 while knocking 13 homers in 88 games.


It’s not rocket science. Every Tampa Bay ticket holder knows it. You win in the Major Leagues with pitching, hitting and defense. Some teams get the first two. The last is a little trickier. Defense is an afterthought for many clubs. Not for Tampa Bay. The Rays were the second best fielding team in the majors last year, behind the reliable gloves of 3B Longoria, 2B Zobrist, and SS Yunel Escobar.
Look for big things yet again from the Tampa Rays in 2014. They’ll be in the thick of the AL East race with the Orioles, Red Sox, and Yankees. Baseballs toughest division doesn’t leave much room for error. But Madden’s crew has proven time and time again that the Rays are up to the challenge.



Tampa Bay Rays tickets are hotter than ever this year, as a squad that barely missed the playoffs in 2012 gears up for another run at postseason glory. The Rays won 96 games last year, but were bested by both the Baltimore Orioles and New York Yankees in American League East at season’s end.


In the offseason the Ray’s infield has been overhauled, with first baseman James Loney, second baseman Kelly Johnson, and shortstop Yunel Escobar. Those arrivals will join three-time All-Star Evan Longoria and upgrade the Tampa Bay on the field and at the plate. Toss in a Cy Young winner, and this team looks primed for another great year,


David Price returns to the Rays with a hefty chunk of hardware. Last year he put together one of the greatest Tampa Bay Ray seasons in the history of the club and walked away with the Cy Young award. Price won 20 games last year with a 2.56 ERA. He heads up a pitching staff that led the majors in runs allowed last year. Closer Fernando Rodney returns for another dominant season after racking up 45 saves with a 0.60 ERA last year. He was named the AL Comeback Player of the Year and the Delivery Man of the Year, adding to the Rays’ trophy count from 2012.


But Skipper Joe Maddon isn't looking for more awards. He wants championships. And he’s optimistic that Longoria can stay healthy for the entire 2013 Tampa Bay Ray season. The third baseman was hurt for much of last season, but still managed to hit 17 home runs in 74 games. Right fielder Ben Zobrist helmed the offense in Longoria’s absence, and is the returning team leader in batting average, home runs and RBIs from 2012. Can’t-miss prospect Wil Meyers should also contribute this year, after tearing up the Triple-A level last year. He’s listed as Sports Illustrated’s top fantasy rookie prospect headed into the season.


With Price and Longoria leading the way, folks across the country will be looking to buy Tampa Bay Devil Ray tickets online. Tropicana Field will be the place to be as the Rays charge back towards the playoffs.

Tampa Bay Rays Tickets

Tampa Bay Rays tickets are hotter than ever this year, as a squad that barely missed the playoffs in 2012 gears up for another run at postseason glory. The Rays won 96 games last year, but were bested by both the Baltimore Orioles and New York Yankees in American League East at season’s end.

In the offseason the Ray’s infield has been overhauled, with first baseman James Loney, second baseman Kelly Johnson, and shortstop Yunel Escobar. Those arrivals will join three-time All-Star Evan Longoria and upgrade the Tampa Bay on the field and at the plate. Toss in a Cy Young winner, and this team looks primed for another great year, David Price returns to the Rays with a hefty chunk of hardware. Last year he put together one of the greatest Tampa Bay Ray seasons in the history of the club and walked away with the Cy Young award. Price won 20 games last year with a 2.56 ERA. He heads up a pitching staff that led the majors in runs allowed last year. Closer Fernando Rodney returns for another dominant season after racking up 45 saves with a 0.60 ERA last year. He was named the AL Comeback Player of the Year and the Delivery Man of the Year, adding to the Rays’ trophy count from 2012.

But Skipper Joe Maddon isn't looking for more awards. He wants championships. And he’s optimistic that Longoria can stay healthy for the entire 2013 Tampa Bay Ray season. The third baseman was hurt for much of last season, but still managed to hit 17 home runs in 74 games. Right fielder Ben Zobrist helmed the offense in Longoria’s absence, and is the returning team leader in batting average, home runs and RBIs from 2012. Can’t-miss prospect Wil Meyers should also contribute this year, after tearing up the Triple-A level last year. He’s listed as Sports Illustrated’s top fantasy rookie prospect headed into the season.


With Price and Longoria leading the way, folks across the country will be looking to buy Tampa Bay Devil Ray tickets online. Tropicana Field will be the place to be as the Rays charge back towards the playoffs.

Tampa Bay Rays Tickets- Starting Over - the ol' Drays


Tampa Bay Rays tickets once set the tone of the overachiever in baseball, battling the mighty Yankees and Red Sox to compete fiercely in the American League East. Tampa bay came out of nowhere, built a competitive club with lesser known names, and made their mark in the MLB. 2011 Tampa Bay Rays tickets will be a starting point to see it all happen again as the Rays once again look to build in the face of overwhelming odds. A lot of once familiar faces are gone, but to the baseball fans who love their Tampa Bay Rays tickets, it’s time to start swimming in the waters of overachievement once again.
Price is Right for the Tampa Bay Rays
If there’s one guy you can hang your hat on with Rays tickets it’s got to be David Price. This young pitcher gave Tampa bay fans reason to believe in 2010 and you can bet they’ll be packing Tropicana Field to see this prize lefty slinging the ball in 2011. Price was a #1 draft pick and he’s one of the few who has lived up to the billing. Price finished last season with a 19-6 records, posting a 2.72 ERA and narrowly missed a Cy Young Award. A routine 95-mph fastball and a big repertoire of supporting pitches make David Price the big building block for the pitching rotation of the Tampa Bay Rays.
Tampa Bay Rays Tickets – Gutting it Out
If there’s one thing we’ve learned about the Tampa Bay Rays it’s that there’s always someone waiting in the wings. One guy leaves and another steps into a major role. The Rays farm system is one of the best and somewhere there’s an All Star waiting to happen. It could finally be B.J Upton, the center fielder with tons of potential. Or possibly left fielder Desmond Jennings will break through the opening day roster and be the newest Tampa Bay ray to make headlines. Jennings is a consistent hitter who does his real damage once he’s on base. The guy is fast and knows how to run bases. Pairing him in the lineup with Evan Longaria, the hot hitting 3rd baseman, could pay big dividends in 2011.
Tampa Bay Rays Tickets Bring ‘Em In
Tropicana Field is ready for baseball. Your Tampa Bay Rays tickets will get you a ring side seat for the upcoming Rays revival. It isn’t gonna be easy but baseball fans can’t help but appreciate the lineup of Rays tickets available. Choose from Rays tickets that dish up the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, or maybe the Texas rangers are more to your liking. Any way you cut it, Tampa Bay Rays tickets are back and the rest of the AL east is just going to have to deal with it.

Tampa Bay Devil Rays Baseball Ticket info

Why You Want Tampa Bay Devil Rays Tickets - TampaBay rays season preview.

While Tampa Bay may be one of the youngest professional baseball cities in the country, Devil Rays tickets are quickly becoming some of the most sought after seats in the league. Why attend a game in Tampa Bay? Because Akinori Iwamura is now a member of the roster. One of the most promising young players from Japan, Iwamura’s entrance to the American field of play has many Devil Rays fans anxious for the 2007 season. While the reasons to check out the Devil Rays continue, one of the most compelling reasons is the American League East – the level of competition marks the AL East as one of the best divisions in the majors.

Take Me Out to the Ballgame with Tropicana Field Tickets

While some cities struggle with weather in the early and late segments of the season, a ticket to a Devil Rays game promises the sunshine weather of southern Florida. What about a rainy day? The dome over Tropicana Field assures fans the chance to see a game no matter the forecast. To add to the appeal of Tropicana Field, the stadium recently underwent millions of dollars in renovation, and fans are encouraged to partake in tailgating festivities before the first pitch is thrown. Additional seating and an enormous aquarium behind right field make every game a victory for fans at Tropicana.

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Facing division foes such as the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees, Tampa Bay Devil Rays tickets showcase some of the finest talent in the American League. In his second year at the helm of the team, manager Joe Maddon looks to begin building a tradition of winning in Florida with the offensive power of Iwamura and a young starting rotation. The team has struggled on the road in past seasons, but their home record in 2006 (41-40) provides a hopeful signal of success. Without a trip to the playoffs in their short history, every game is crucial to the young franchise as it hopes to deliver the thrill of postseason play to the city. While the division competition is tough, fans hope that 2007 is the beginning of baseball brilliance in Tampa Bay.

One of the newest franchises in Major League Baseball, the Tampa Bay Devil Rays appear to still be finding their way. With some new changes in the organization, fans buying Devil Rays tickets will be looking for a new start for the eight-year-old team. With a new manger in Joe Maddon, the Devils Rays have begun to look towards the future. As an expansion team in 1998, the Devil Rays have had a relatively brief history. With notable players on their original roster like Wade Boggs, Miguel Cairo, and Fred McGriff, has since been looking to earn respect and legitimacy in the American League East, a tough as nails division including the New York Yankees, the Boston Red Sox, the Baltimore Orioles, and the Toronto Blue Jays. Just being in this division gave Tampa a great obstacle to overcome at the start, as a team from the American League East has been in the World Series 9 times in the last 14 years, and 7 of the last 13 World Series Champions have come from the this division. Though the Devil Rays most successful season had come two years ago with manager Lou Piniella at the helm, they took yet another step backwards last year and have made some personnel changes. New majority owner Stuart Sternberg has overseen the departure of Chuck Lemar who had been General Manager since the team's inception, as well as Piniella. Andrew Freidman, the new head of baseball operations hired Maddon to oversee the future development of the team as its new manager. While there have been many front office changes in the organization over the last year, much of the on field personnel has remained the same. Closer Danys Baez along with relief pitcher Lance Carter were traded to Los Angeles in order to bolster a starting rotation led by Mark Hendrickson who had 11 wins last year and Scott Kazmir who had 10 wins last year but is expected to be the ace of the staff. Aubrey Huff, Rocco Baldelli and Carl Crawford will make for an outfield that offers power and speed. Shawn Burroughs fills in at third base, while the rest of the infield will probably remain the same with Julio Lugo, Jorge Cantu, Travis Lee, and Toby Hall at catcher. Heading into the season, the team hopes the demand for Devil Ray tickets will increase as they continue to bring up young talent while holding on to the backbone of the team. While most of the roster remains unchanged, Tampa Bay is looking to change its momentum and finally begin winning. With the right people leading the team, they just may be able to do that.