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Rays fans at game two vs. White Sox



Fans celebrate as Akinori Iwamura's home run ball lands in the outfield in the fifth inning. (The ball is in the left end of the photo.) [BRIAN CASSELLA, Times]

Norm McLaughlin, left, of Bradenton, Kyle Friewald of Bradenton and McLaughlin's brother Dan McLaughlin celebrate after the Rays designated hitter Willie Aybar scored a run in the second inning of game two of the ALDS playoffs against the White Sox. [EDMUND FOUNTAIN, Times]


Albert Ouziel of Palm Harbor  watches Scott Kazmir pitch from Tropicana Field's upper deck on Friday. Ouziel didn't bring binoculars for yesterday's playoff game against the Chicago White Sox. "I wish I had," he said. "I had to  opt for the cheap seats. It's affordable."  [CHRIS ZUPPA,  Times]

Evan Miller, 13, of Vero Beach cheers for Tampa Bay Rays Akinori Iwamura at the bottom of the 7th against the Chicago White Sox at Tropicana Field on Friday. [CHRIS ZUPPA, Times]


Michael Ulbrich, 24, of Safety Harbor cheers in the upper deck of Tropicana Field as Rays pitcher Scott Kazmir makes the final out of the first inning against the Chicago White Sox in game two of the ALDS playoffs. [EDMUND FOUNTAIN, Times]

(10/03/2008 St. Petersburg) Tampa Bay Rays fan host Barbara Moseley, 71, of  St. Petersburg cheers for the Rays from the upper deck on Friday. "I don't have words," she said "It's wonderful. It's great, spectacular."  [CHRIS ZUPPA, Times

Barrett Joy, 4, of Clearwater, lounges with family friends outside Tropicana Field on Friday. [CHRIS ZUPPA, Times].


Fans try to sell tickets outside Tropicana Field before the start of the second playoff game the  White Sox on Friday. [CHRIS ZUPPA, Times]

Chip Grant of St. Petersburg tailgates in the parking lot of Tropicana Field before the start of game two of the ALDS playoff series between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Chicago White Sox

Rich Bryant (left) and Larry Wilcox,both of Myakka City, eat hot dogs outside Tropicana Field before the 2nd game against the White Sox. "I'm a converted Yankee," Bryant said. He has a 2-year-old son who cheers for the Rays. "He's going to be a Ray, and I couldn't root against my kid's team." [CHRIS ZUPPA, Times]

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