Tampa Bay Rays

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Tampa Bay Rays
First Season
Team History
Tampa Bay Rays (1998-present)
Tampa Bay Devil Rays (1998-2007)
Major League Baseball (1998-present)
  • American League (1998-present)
    • AL East (1998-present)
Tropicana Field (1998-present)
Minor League Affiliates
Durham Bulls (AAA)
Montgomery Biscuits (AA)
Bowling Green Hot Rods (High-A)
Charleston RiverDogs (Low-A)
Key People
Players • Managers • Executives


Home programs by season

Season/Date Type Opponent Venue
Tampa Bay Devil Rays
1998 Spring Training n/a Al Lang Stadium
March 31, 1998 Regular Season Detroit Tigers Tropicana Field
1999 Regular Season n/a Tropicana Field
2000 Regular Season n/a Tropicana Field
Tampa Bay Rays
2008 ALDS Chicago White Sox Tropicana Field
2008 ALCS Boston Red Sox Tropicana Field, Fenway Park
World Series Philadelphia Phillies Tropicana Field, Citizens Bank Park
2010 ALDS Texas Rangers Tropicana Field
2011 ALDS Texas Rangers Tropicana Field
2018 Spring Training n/a Charlotte Sports Park
2020 World Series Los Angeles Dodgers Globe Life Field

Media guides and yearbooks by season

Media guides

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2020s 2020 • 2021

Postseaon media guides

2000s 2008


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2020s 2020 • 2021
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