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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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Tampa Bay Rays 2014 News and Updates

3/3/14 - Despite losing their first game of spring to the Orioles, the Tampa Bay Rays turned things around with two straight victories Sunday (Minnesota) and Monday (Philadelphia). Showing Rays' offensive stock, Evan Longoria hit a two-run homer, while Grant Balfour made a blemish-free start with Tampa Bay after four years in the 6-3 victory against the Twins. The Red Sox better watch out, because with this promising preseason start, it looks like the Rays are coming for them in the AL East! Tampa Bay Rays tickets for Week 2 of Spring Training start at $40 against the Yankees (3/5) and $18 against the Pirates (3/8).

2/25/14 - Tampa Bay Rays tickets for spring training run $48 on average, and their first game against the Baltimore Orioles has a $19 get-in price (up from $15 last week). Rays fans will get treated to a special military salute at their spring game opener, with the delivery of the American Flag and game ball thrown by the US Special Ops Parachute Team. The Para-Commandos will present numerous awe-inspiring demonstrations you've got to see to believe!
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2/12/14 - The Tampa Bay Rays are gunning to be top dogs in the AL East, with a talented starting rotation and a couple hard-hitters in the lineup, a postseason run for the fifth time in seven seasons is a viable possibility. Though the Rays bid farewell to many effective players, newcomers Ryan Hannigan, Logan Forsythe, Grant Balfour and Heath Bell are welcome improvements at their positions. Pitchers and catchers report for Spring Training in two days, with position players following 5 days later. The first day you can catch the Rays are when thy take on the Baltimore Orioles (2/28) in Port Charlotte, FL. Tampa Bay Rays tickets for this first spring match are only $15.

1/30/14 - The Tampa Bay Rays’ front office has been bustling this offseason. This year, the Rays are resolute on besting their American League rivals, the Boston Red Sox, for the division title. Score some Tampa Bay Rays tickets for Spring Training, at $48 on average, and get a head start on the season!

2013 Season

10/4/13 - Tampa Bay earned a division series berth after winning the AL Wild Card in Cleveland. The AL Wild Card game averaged $93, less than 1/3 the cost of the NL Wild Card game. ALDS tickets are averaging $160 for the give game series, up 19% in 24 hours.Entering the ALDS against the Boston Red Sox, Tampa Bay Rays World Series tickets prices are averaging $974, third cheapest of the eight division series teams.

10/1/13 - The Tampa Bay Rays were the final team in 2013 to clinch a MLB Playoff spot. The berth came after the Rays defeated the Texas Rangers in #Game163, the AL tiebreaker. Next up on the Rays postseason schedule – the AL Wild Card: Tampa Bay Rays at Cleveland Indians (10/2). The winner of that game will advance to the ALDS against the Boston Red Sox which begins at Fenway Park two days later. AL Wild Card tickets start at $85.

7/25/13 - After a slow start, the Rays have once again proved their competitive nature while doing more with less, moving into second place in MLB’s “Black and Blue” AL East Division. Now that key players (such as Evan Longoria) are back from the disabled list, can the Rays keep it up and lock in another postseason berth in what could be an historic four-way pennant chase?
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Tampa Bay Rays 2014 Season

The Tampa Bay Rays are one of the teams to beat in the AL East, finishing just second to the Boston Red Sox last year. Despite getting close in playoffs, the Rays let go of numerous players this winter: including, Kelly Johnson, Luke Scott, Sal Fuld, Delmon Young, Roberto Hernandez, Fernando Rodney, Alex Torres, Jamey Wright and Jeff Niemann. This exhaustive list has been revamped by promising rookies/new starters and the latest acquisitions: talented catcher Ryan Hanigan, Logan Forsythe, and Heath Bell.

The bullpen will get a boost from fresh starters already enlisted, sure to be upgrades over the last rotation if fully healthy; these players are bolstered by two of the Rays’ bigger signings this offseason: pitchers Brad Boxberger and Grant Balfour. The outfield will greatly benefit from a full season by Rookie of the Year Wil Myers, as well as David DeJesus. Though they re-signed James Loney and Jose Molina, the Rays must still decide whether or not to trade David Price. See if this re-working pays off with Tampa Bay Rays tickets this year. See if they can exact revenge on the defending World Series Champs who beat them out in the ALDS this time around!
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2013 Season

After sneaking into the 2011 playoffs on the very last day, the Tampa Bay Rays fell back a little bit in 2012. While in contention for much of the season, the Rays fell back to third place in the American League’s East Division, behind eventual division champ New York, and a surprising Baltimore squad. The 2013 Rays have some power to make up, as 2012 team home run leader B.J. Upton went up the road to Atlanta. After Upton, the power and the hitting will come from Ben Zobrist, along with an apparently healthy Evan Longoria, who has already etched his name into Rays lore multiple times. Aside from Zobrist and Longoria, four other players — Desmond Jennings, Matt Joyce, Luke Scott, and Carlos Pena &mdsah; all collected double figures in home runs last year. Pitching-wise, the Rays lead with reigning Cy Young Award recipient David Price, who won 20 games for the first time in his career last year. Returning starters Jeremy Hellickson and Matt Moore will have to pick up some slack from James Shields's departure to Kansas City, while Fernando Rodney established himself as one of the league's elite closers in 2012. Manager Joe Maddon is widely regarded as one of baseball's best managers, and Rays fans at Tropicana Field are hoping the boys can Rays the stakes in 2013.

How much will Rays fans pay to see a game at Tropicana Field this season? Tampa Bay Rays tickets average $68 at home, some of the lowest-priced MLB tickets in 2013. If you're in Tampa and want to catch must-see baseball, check out these series on the Rays baseball schedule: Boston Red Sox, Detroit Tigers, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, and San Francisco Giants. If you don't care about the opponent, the cheapest Rays tickets average under $50 at games with the Los Angeles Angels, Miami Marlins, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Texas Rangers. Rays tickets on the road average the same as at home. The top road games in 2013 will be against AL East division opponents: Boston Reds Sox, New York Yankees, and Toronto Blue Jays.
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