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Rays offer $5 tickets to benefit Orlando shooting victims

The Rays plan to give away a shirt in honor of the shooting victims in Orlando. [Tampa Bay Rays]

The Rays plan to give away a shirt in honor of the shooting victims in Orlando. [Tampa Bay Rays]

The Tampa Bay Rays will dedicate Friday's annual Pride Night to the victims of Sunday's mass shooting in Orlando.

All open seats for the Friday game against the Giants are available for $5 each with all proceeds going to benefit the Pulse Victims Fund ( gofundme.com/PulseVictimsFund). Tickets can be purchased online at raysbaseball.com. Ticket and order fees for Friday's game will be waived.

Also Friday:

• Everyone in attendance will receive a "We Are Orlando" T-shirt.

• Proceeds from the team's daily 50/50 raffle will also benefit the Pulse Victims Fund and additional donation centers will be located at the ballpark.

• Parking will be $5 per car at all team-controlled lots.

• OneBlood will hold blood drives at 4 p.m. Friday at Tropicana Field and 2 p.m. Saturday. Donors will receive a OneBlood T-shirt and a voucher for two tickets to any future 2016 regular season game, redeemable online.

• The national anthem and God Bless America will performed by Una Voce, the Florida Men's Chorale.

• The victims names will scroll on the video board during a moment of silence.

Rays offer $5 tickets to benefit Orlando shooting victims 06/14/16 [Last modified: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 2:50pm]
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