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Tampa Bay Rays Tickets can be purchased today from Razorgator! A team that could be around for a long time, the Rays have plenty of youth, both in their starting rotation and on offense. The club has developed quickly under some great leadership up top and look to return to the Fall Classic this season. Tropicana Field is the place to be this spring and summer so get your Tampa Bay Rays baseball tickets today from Razorgator and enjoy baseball played with youthful exuberance the old-fashioned way!

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Looking at the AL East standings, things don’t seem great for the Tampa Bay Rays. However, with a hot start to June and only a few games separating them from the front-running Orioles, Tampa Bay might be poised to make a run before the All Star Break. With Longoria hitting well and Chris Archer’s stellar pitching, the rest of the club might just fall in line and start a push in the second half of the season. If they want a shot at winning the division, they’ll need to have a good showing against the Red Sox when Boston heads to Tropicana Field for a three-game series starting on June 27. Tickets for the first game start as low as $33.
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Starting pitcher James Odorizzi threw five shutout innings for the Tampa Bay Rays Tuesday night, helping his team overtake the Marlins and even out the series at one game apiece. While a bit of a sluggish start to the season still has the Rays at below .500, the team has definitely picked up some steam. In the last ten games, the team has scored at least four runs, the longest streak they’ve had since 2013. Tampa Bay will need all the momentum they can get for a series against the New York Yankees this weekend. Come see the Rays play this Friday, Saturday or Sunday (May 27-29) at Tropicana Field. Tickets start at $27 each.

Coming off a four-game winning streak that includes a series sweep of the Angels, the Tampa Bay Rays headed to Seattle to face the Mariners early this week. The visit began with two crushing losses Monday and Tuesday, with the third game to be played Wednesday, May 11. Losing that series is not what the Rays had in mind, but things weren’t all bad. Steve Pearce, their brand new recruit, smashed a huge solo home run off pitcher Wade Miley in the second inning, keeping Tampa in the running despite the ultimate 4-6 loss. The Rays will welcome the Athletics to Tropicana Field for a series this weekend. With games Friday, Saturday and Sunday (May 13-15) and ticket prices that start at $16, there’s no excuse to stay home—get your tickets now!

The Tampa Bay Rays now have a two-game wining streak going after defeating the Baltimore Orioles at home last night. Not only did they manage to beat the Orioles, but also shut them out completely! The Rays scored two unanswered runs in fifth and sixth innings to win the game 2-0. It bodes well for the home team, who will play Baltimore two more times. After tonight’s game, which is currently underway, the pair will square off on Wednesday at 7:10 p.m. at Tropicana Field. Tickets are still available in large quantities starting as low as $12 for upper level seats. Buy your ticket today and don’t miss a second of the action!

In one of their final Spring Training games, the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Red Sox 4-3. Brandon Guyer started the offense off strong with a single, which was followed quickly by Brad Miller with a double to get the Rays on the board. In the fifth inning, Mikie Mahtook had a two-run homer to bring the Rays' lead to 3-0, and then the Rays increased their lead to 4-0 when Miller had a homer in the sixth. Drew Smyly started on the mound and allowed no hits and no runs and had one walk and seven strike outs. The Rays play the Pirates on March 31, and you can still get tickets for $17.

3/18/16 - The Tampa Bay Rays have officially started the preseason, meaning there is not much wait left for the official season to kick off. If you have been anxious to get back into the action, secure your spot in the stands of a preseason matchup. Your next opportunity will be on March 25st when they host the Minnesota Twins. Tickets start at just $18, but they may sell out soon. The excitement will really heat up on April 3rd for the season opener where the Rays host the Toronto Blue Jays. Tickets are still available, starting at $43. Help the Rays start the season right by cheering them to their first victory.

2015 Season

9/25/15 - After narrowly losing the first of four games against the Red Sox, the Tampa Bay Rays won the next two games. The second game started off in favor of the Red Sox, but the Rays battled back. Mikie Mahtook hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning, and two sacrifice flies by Steven Souza Jr. and Evan Longoria helped the Rays to win. The next night, the Rays were the first on the board after six scoreless innings. They dominated the rest of the game to win 6-2. The two teams play once more on the 24th, and then the Rays head to Toronto to play the Blue Jays for three games starting on the 25th. You still have a chance to catch the action in person, with tickets available for as low as $9.

9/17/15 - With the season winding down, and the Tampa Bay Rays having a nearly even win/loss record, every game matters. Unfortunately, the Rays find themselves in a tough slump. They are still pulling off victories here and there, but they have lost four of their last five games. With a win/loss ratio of 70-75, the Rays have had an excellent season, but they need to start racking up some wins if they want a chance at the post season. One set remains before they hit the road again, so be sure to get your tickets for the matchup against the Baltimore Orioles now. On September 29th, the Rays will return to Tampa Bay for their final home series of the season. Be sure to come out and cheer them on.

9/11/15 - The Tampa Bay Rays ended a three game losing streak with an 8-0 victory over the Tigers. Of the eight runs scored by the Rays, four were home runs. Logan Forsythe, Tim Beckham, J.P. Arencibia and Mikie Mahtook nabbed the homers, two in the sixth and two in the seventh. The victory helped the Rays with their post-season hopes, putting them at 5 1/2 games away for the AL East and Wild Card race. With 23 games left in the season, they have a chance to keep their season going if they continue playing strong. Their next chance will be against the Red Sox for a three game series at home starting on September 11. You still have a chance to get your tickets, with prices starting at just $8.

9/1/15 - After losing the first two games against the Royals, the Tampa Bay Rays won the last of the three games. They opened up a three game series against the Orioles on a better note with a 6-3 victory. Kevin Kiermaier had a chance to show off his athleticism when he caught what would have been a homer by Manny Machado in what many are saying is Kiermaier's most impressive catch to date. Unfortunately, he sprained his ankle on the landing, but he expects to play on Tuesday. The Rays play the Orioles again on the 1st and 2nd before heading to New York to play the Yankees for three games. You still have a chance to get your tickets to see the games in person, with prices as low as $4.

8/26/15 - After notching three straight wins, the Tampa Bay Rays have dropped back-to-back games. They gave up the finale of their three-game set after taking the first two from the Athletics before losing 11-7 at home to the Twins on Tuesday, dropping them back to one game below .500 on the season. Injury was added to insult in the loss to Minnesota as catcher Curt Casali strained his left hamstring on the base paths, landing him on the 15-day disabled list. Tampa Bay will look to Rene Rivera to step up in his place, and they’ll need all hands on deck this weekend as they host the Kansas City Royals at Tropicana Field. Seats are on sale now for each game of the series—get tickets for Sunday afternoon starting at $11!

8/21/15 - The Tampa Bay Rays managed to get up to a four-game winning streak before heading out on the road for their series of away games. Unfortunately, the Rays have not been faring quite as well when off their own field. The Rays did not see a single victory in the entire set with the Texas Rangers. They have, however, won their first matchup with the Houston Astros, managing to score four of their nine runs in the first inning. Up next, the Rays will be taking on the Oakland Athletics before returning to their home field on August 25th. Tickets for their first game back start at $7. Get your tickets early to secure you have a spot in the stands to cheer the Rays to victory.

8/14/15 - The Tampa Bay Rays are back on a winning streak. They suffered a couple single-point losses when they returned from their series of away games, but they have now won three consecutive games. Unfortunately, their time in Tampa Bay is already over and they are hitting the road again. Even worse, it will be a full two weeks before they return to their own field again. Be sure to keep an eye on the team to see if they are able to continue their winning streak on the road. They will return on August 25th to host the Atlanta Braves. Tickets for their homecoming are already available and start at just $15. Secure your place in the stands to welcome the Rays home and cheer them on to victory.

8/6/15 - After losing three games in a row, the Tampa Bay Rays have won three. Their first victory was in the last of three games against the Red Sox, and then they started their three game series against the White Sox with a victory. After an early run, the White Sox drew ahead. A homer by Grady Sizemore in the eighth tied the game, and Mike Mahtook led the Rays to victory with a homer in the ninth. The Rays left no doubt as the the victor the next night, snagging an 11-3 victory. Logan Forsyth, Mahtook, Asdrubal Cabrera, and Richie Shaffer all had homers. The two teams play again on the 5th, and you can still get your tickets on Razorgator, with prices as low as $2.

7/31/15 - The Tampa Bay Rays are almost even when talking about wins and losses. They are currently sitting in third place in the AL Eastern Division with 46 wins and 48 losses. Their most recent series of games was against the Philadelphia Phillies and the Rays were only able to pull off one win of three games. Nathan Karns, the pitcher for the Rays, was the hero of the game on July 21. Karns started the game not feeling well, but was somehow able to pull off some powerful pitches. He didn’t stop there though. Karns got up to the plate against the Phillies and slammed the one and only homer of the game, giving the Rays the W. This weekend the Rays are playing the Baltimore Orioles on their home turf. Don’t miss any of the action and get your tickets today.

7/24/15 - The Tampa Bay Rays are almost even when talking about wins and losses. They are currently sitting in third place in the AL Eastern Division with 46 wins and 48 losses. Their most recent series of games was against the Philadelphia Phillies and the Rays were only able to pull off one win of three games. Nathan Karns, the pitcher for the Rays, was the hero of the game on July 21. Karns started the game not feeling well, but was somehow able to pull off some powerful pitches. He didn’t stop there though. Karns got up to the plate against the Phillies and slammed the one and only homer of the game, giving the Rays the W. This weekend the Rays are playing the Baltimore Orioles on their home turf. Don’t miss any of the action and get your tickets today.

7/17/15 - After losing four games in a row against the Royals, the Tampa Bay Rays swept the three game series against the Astros. In the first game, the Astros got on the board early with a run in the second, but the Rays had two runs in the sixth and Brandon Guyer hit a homer in the seventh to win. The Rays shut out the Astros the next night, with Jake Odorizzi returning from the disabled list. Rene Rivera had a two-run single and Guyer also had an RBI for a three run second. The final game was closer, with the Rays having to come back from behind with two runs in the fifth to win. They head to Toronto to play three games starting July 17, with tickets available starting at $17.

7/10/15 - The Tamp Bay Rays continue through their slump. They did manage to end their losing streak with a strong 8-1 victory over the New York Yankees, but the energy did not last long as the Rays have lost twice more since then. It seems this series of away games is proving to be more challenging than the Rays anticipated. Their most recent loss, against the Kansas City Royals, brings their wins/losses to 43-43. This is the point where they need to turn it around to avoid going into the negative. Their best opportunity to regain their momentum is likely on July 10th, when they make a quick three-game return to Tampa Bay. Get your ticket and cheer them on to victory before they hit the road again on July 17th.

7/3/15 - The Tampa Bay Rays have been struggling lately. After failing to beat the Cleveland Indians once last set, they have now lost five consecutive games. Worse, the Rays now hit the road and will not return to their own field until July 10th. While it is easy to look at this rough patch and lose hope, this set back has actually only tied the Rays with the first, second, and third place in the AL Eastern Division. All four teams have 42 wins, so the Rays are in no way falling behind. If they are able to get their game together, however, this may be an excellent opportunity to secure the top position. You can already get your tickets for their homecoming game. Tickets start at $11.

6/26/15 - Despite a few recent losses, the Tampa Bay Rays remain ranked first in the AL Eastern Division. They lost their most recent series against the Blue Jays 1-2. In the first game on June 22, the Rays got on the board first, with a run in the first inning. However, a four run sixth for the Blue Jays took the game from them. The Rays came back the next night to win 4-3. Asdrubal Cabrera hit a homer in the eighth to assure the win. The final game between the two went scoreless for eleven innings, until the Blue Jays finally were able to get a run in the 12th inning. The Rays next play three games against the Red Sox starting June 26, with tickets still available starting at $7.

6/19/15 - Tampa Bay Rays fans were shocked this week as their team's winning streak was broken. Not only had the Rays won their last four games, including an entire set against the Chicago White Sox, but they beat the Washington Nationals just one day prior to losing to them. Despite this, the Rays suffered a crushing 16-4 defeat during their final home match before hitting the road. It is unusual for Tampa Bay to give up that many runs, so hopefully this will be a sole occurrence in their season and they return to dominating on the field as they travel to Washington D.C. The Rays will return on June 22nd to play the Toronto Blue Jays. Tickets for their homecoming are already available starting at just $7.

6/10/15 - With their 32-28 record in the AL East, the Tampa Bay Rays are just 1.5 games out of first, behind the Yankees. The Rays have won seven games out of their last ten, winning Wednesday’s game against the Angels 2-4. Evan Longoria homered in the third, which gave the Rays the lead, and in the eighth, Asdrubal Cabrera doubled, which gave Steven Sousa Jr. a chance to take home. The Tampa Bay Rays host the Chicago White Sox over the weekend, and you’ll want to get your tickets to Saturday’s (6/13) afternoon game. With tickets starting at $22, you can bring a friend and relax at the stadium. The Rays host the Washington Nationals on Monday (6/15) and Tuesday (6/16), before going out on the road, so come out and watch your home team.

6/5/15 - The Tampa Bay Rays continue their series of away games, and they continue to dominate. Strangely, it seems the Rays are doing better than when they were on their own field. They have only lost one game so far: the opener against the Los Angeles Angels. The rays managed to score six runs in each of their other matchups against the Angles, both ending in victory. Before they can return to Tampa Bay, the Rays have one more short set against the Seattle Mariners. They have come out of the first game with a victory, but they will need to play hard to repeat that feat. Once the Rays do return, on June 9th, they will have a rematch with the Los Angeles Angels. Get your tickets now.

5/29/15 - The Tampa Bay Rays need to pick up their game. They’re on a five-game losing streak. Their last win was a week ago against the Oakland Athletics. The Mariners swept their series against the Rays. In their final game, Pitcher Chris Archer tied his career high 12 strikeouts, but it wasn’t enough to give the Rays a win. The Mariners shut out the Rays with a 3-0 final. The Rays’ 24-24 record places them in second place in the AL East, but they’re in sixth place overall. The Rays are out on the road until Tuesday (6/9), when they come back to Tropicana Field to host the Los Angeles Angels. Don’t wait to get tickets to these games. You can find great seats starting at $10.

5/15/15 - The Tampa Bay Rays are 1-1 in a four game series against the Yankees. In the first game on May 11, the Yankees won 11-5. The Rays came back the next night to win 4-2. The Yankees got on the board first with two runs in the first inning. However, the Rays had strong seventh and eight innings, bringing in two runs in each. David DeJesus hit a single to bring in two runs and tie the game in the seventh. In the eighth, Kevin Kiermaier had a walk, and with a single from Steven Souza Jr, he moved to third. A sacrifice fly by Evan Longoria brought in Kiermaier to inch ahead. The fourth run came from a wild pitch. The series continues on the 13th and 14th, with tickets still on sale. Prices start at $7.

5/8/15 - The Tampa Bay Rays have been just barely breaking even, winning 50% of their last eight games. Their most recent match, against the Texas Rangers ended in a loss, which brings their record to 15-14. While they have managed to remain in the positive, and they have maintained the number two position for their division, they need to up their game in the near future. Luckily, their recent slump has been in a long series of away games, and they are now back on their own field, their first set being with the Rangers. The first matchup saw the Rangers take the victory, but it was only by one point. If the Rays can warm up again, they are sure to start racking in the wins.

5/1/15 - In the top of the thirteenth inning, Tampa Bay Rays’ first baseman James Loney’s RBI single kept the Rays from being swept by the New York Yankees. The final score of 3-2 of gave Brandon Gomes his first win of the 2015 Season, and Ernestro Frieri his second save. The Rays are out on the road in Baltimore over the weekend, then they fly even farther north to Boston for games at the beginning of next week. They finally come back to Tropicana Field on Thursday (5/7) for a four-game series against the Texas Rangers. Tickets for the opening game start at $10, and if you can’t get out to the ballpark for this game, come on down for any of them over the weekend.

4/24/15 - With a four game losing streak, the Tampa Bay Rays sit in last place in the AL East Division with their record of 6-8. The Yankees swept their three-game series against the Rays, even though the Rays came out strong in Sunday’s game with two runs in the first inning. The Yankees overtook the Rays at 5-3. This weekend brings the Toronto Blue Jays to Tropicana Field with an evening game on Friday (4/24). Tickets are available starting at $12. The Rays have another game on Saturday evening, then Sunday afternoon against the Blue Jays. Get out to the ballpark to cheer for the home team, because they go out on the road following Sunday’s game. You’ll have to wait until Thursday (5/7) to catch the Rays in town.

4/17/15 - Tampa Bay Rays fans have plenty of opportunities to catch some great baseball in the upcoming week. This weekend, beginning on Friday (4/17), their rivals from spring training, the New York Yankees come to town for three games. Get your tickets starting at $29 for the Friday evening game. Unwind with a beer and hot dog after your long week. Cheer the home team on to victory! The Rays get one day off before they host the Boston Red Sox in the first of three games on Tuesday (4/21). Tickets for this evening game start at $29. Don’t miss out while the Rays are playing at Tropicana Field. Come down to the stadium and enjoy a great game of baseball. Put on your cap and glove and have some fun.

4/10/15 - Even though the Tampa Bay Rays opened the 2015 MLB Season with two losses against the Orioles, before shutting them out in the third game of the series opener. Jake Odorizzi pitched in his first game of the season, to give the Rays a 0-2 win. Logan Forsythe earned a bases-loaded walk in the sixth for the first run of the game, then Desmond Jennings had an RBI single in the eighth. The Rays are out on the road over the weekend against the Miami Marlins, then they travel to Toronto for a four-game series against the Blue Jays. Finally, on Friday (4/17) the Rays come back to Tropicana Field for a three-game series against the New York Yankees, one of their big rivals. Get your tickets now, starting at $34.

4/3/15 - The Tampa Bay Rays have wrapped up their spring training with a 13-12 record. They’re ready for the regular season, and they’ve named their pitchers for the opening series against the Baltimore Orioles. The Rays are home on Opening Day 2015 (4/6), and Chris Archer will be the starting pitcher in the afternoon game. There are still great seats available for this game, starting at $51. In Tuesday’s game, Nate Karns will pitch, and Wednesday’s game features Jake Odorizzi. Don’t miss these evening games of America’s favorite pastime, because the Rays go out on the road and won’t play at Tropicana Field again until Friday, April 17. The Rays still have to announce their fourth pitcher in the rotation, and it’s thought that Erasmo Ramirez is likely to join that spot.

3/27/15 - With a 9-9 record to date, the Tampa Bay Rays are hovering right in the middle of the pack in the Grapefruit League. They came up just short in their most recent outing, falling 7-6 to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Tampa Bay got a good inning of relief out of Grant Balfour, who is known for his fiery presence on the mound. “Happy with the way it went,” Balfour noted of his outing. “I really tried to stay under control and work on a couple things in my delivery.” Tampa Bay enters into the final stretch of Spring Training with games versus the Minnesota Twins and New York Yankees first on the schedule. Great seats are still available for Yanks vs. Rays on Thursday afternoon at Charlotte Sports Park, with prices as low as $44!

3/19/15 - The Tampa Bay Rays triumphed over the Toronto Blue Jays in Wednesday’s game. The Rays’ pitcher Chris Archer allowed one hit in four scoreless innings, and with four runs in the ninth inning, the Rays had a great game that finished at 9-3. Upcoming spring training home games include one on Saturday (3/21) against the Minnesota Twins. Tickets start at $12. On Monday (3/23), it’s the Pittsburgh Pirates, and tickets are only $18 and up. Thursday’s game features the New York Yankees against the Rays. The Yankees make Tampa their spring training home, so there’s a fierce rivalry between the Yankees and the Rays. Tickets are sure to go quick for this exciting matchup. Get in on all the action when you come out to the stadium to root for the home team.

3/12/15 - Florida residents are sure getting a good dose of baseball this year. Monday was yet another busy day of preseason games, including a matchup of the Tampa Bay Rays against the Philadelphia Phillies. The Phillies won 5-1, but players for both teams remain optimistic about the upcoming season. Chris Archer, the no. 2 starter for the Florida team, played for the first time this year and pitched a scoreless first inning. Next up for the Rays is yet another spring training game against the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday afternoon, which will be held at Hammond Stadium and is scheduled to begin at 1:05PM. The following day, they will be up against the Toronto Blue Jays at Charlotte Sports Park. Tickets are on sale now for $24 and up.

3/6/15 - The Tampa Bay Rays have a major advantage during the Grapefruit League games because their home city is so close to their spring training location. Alex Cobb took the honor of pitching in their opening game against the Baltimore Orioles. In the 2014 MLB season, Cobb had a 10-9 record with a 2.87 ERA, and his career ERA is 3.21. The Rays have home game at Charlotte Sports Park on Sunday (3/8) against the Philadelphia Phillies, and tickets are going for $36 and up. On Tuesday, the Rays host the Pittsburgh Pirates. With tickets starting at $10 and up, bring the whole family for an afternoon of great entertainment and fun. On Thursday (3/12), catch the Toronto Blue Jays. Tickets are just $19 and up.

2/13/15 - The 2015 MLB season is coming up, but it will have a slow start for the Tampa Bay Rays. They will only get to play three home games before hitting the road for more than a week. The Rays are lucky to have their home opener for their first game, however, so they can potentially build some momentum. They take on the Baltimore Orioles first, on April 6th. Tickets start at only $10. Then Tampa Bay's season will really get going on April 17th when the Rays return to play nine consecutive home games. There are plenty of opportunities to catch your team as the 2015 season begins in a few weeks, so be sure to seize the chance to cheer them on and show your support.


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Come Cheer On the Rays in 2016
It’s that time again, Rays fans. Spring training is here at that can only mean one thing: cheap Tampa Bay Rays tickets are now available to see the boys take to Tropicana Field and return to the form that put them in the Divisional Series just two years ago. The team needs your support as manager Kevin Cash and the rest of the organization work to put another entertaining product out there on the field for 81 home games this season.

Great pitching, average hitting. Those are the four words that perhaps best sum up the Rays 2015 campaign. While star Evan Longoria was his usually dynamic self, with Kevin Kiermaier playing an excellent supporting role, the rest of the team struggled offensively. The starting pitching, led by Chris Archer, excelled, leading the AL in ERA. Offseason additions Brad Miller, Logan Morrison, and Hank Conger will be relied to provide some much needed pop at the middle and back of the lineup.

Series to Plan For
Notable series that fans will want to mark down on their calendars include:
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  • Opening weekend against 2015 AL East winners the Toronto Blue Jays
  • May 27-29, July 29-31, and September 20-23 against the New York Yankees
  • August 1-4 against the World Champion Kansas City Royals
You can find discount tickets for as little as $24. Don’t miss out on this exciting chance to see the Rays once again ascend to the top of the AL East!

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