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Florida State League playoffs capsule

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FSL playoffs

Two Florida State League teams have clinched playoff berths: The Dunedin Blue Jays won the North Division first-half championship, and the Charlotte Stone Crabs, the Tampa Bay Rays' affiliate, won the South Division in the first half. Both await the winners of the second-half championships. The FSL regular season ends Sept. 5.


Dunedin Blue Jays: Visit the ticket office at Dunedin Stadium before any home game or call (727) 733-9302 for information. Tickets can also be purchased Monday-Friday on non-gamedays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Blue Jays front office, located at 373 Douglas Ave. in Dunedin.

Charlotte Stone Crabs: Tickets range from $6-$11 for all home games and are available three ways: visiting the Charlotte Sports Park box office, calling (941) 206-4487, or visiting

Tuesday, Sept. 7

Charlotte at TBD, TBD

Dunedin at TBD, TBD

Wednesday, Sept. 8

TBD at Charlotte, 7:05

TBD at Dunedin, 7:05

Thursday, sept. 9

TBD at Charlotte, 7:05*

TBD at Dunedin, 7:05*

* if necessary

FSL Championship series

Games 1 and 2 will be played at the South Division site on Sept. 10-11 before moving to the North Division site for the remainder of the series.

Florida State League playoffs capsule 08/28/10 [Last modified: Saturday, August 28, 2010 10:33pm]
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