Tropicana Field

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Tropicana Field
Location St. Petersburg, Florida
Opened March 3, 1990
Other Names ThunderDome (1993-1996)
Florida Suncoast Dome (1990-93)
Tenants Tampa Bay Rays (1998-present)
Tampa Bay Lightning (1993-1996)

Tropicana Field is a stadium located in St. Petersburg, Florida. It opened on March 3, 1990 and is the home of the Tampa Bay Rays. It also hosted the St. Petersburg Bowl from 2008-17.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
Major League Baseball 1999 Tampa Bay Rays Program
2000 Tampa Bay Rays Program
2008 Tampa Bay Rays vs. Chicago White Sox ALDS Program
Tampa Bay Rays vs. Boston Red Sox ALCS Program
Tampa Bay Rays vs. Philadelphia Phillies World Series Program
2010 Tampa Bay Rays vs. Texas Rangers ALDS Program
2011 Tampa Bay Rays vs. Texas Rangers ALDS Program
College Football December 21, 2012 Ball State Cardinals vs. UCF Knights 2012 Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl Program
January 20, 2018 East-West Shrine Game Program
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Major League Baseball (2023)
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