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Tonight: Tampa Bay Rowdies vs. Baltimore

Tonight

Rowdies vs. Baltimore

When/where: 7:30; Steinbrenner Field, Tampa

Tickets: Toll-free 1-888-757-6934, fctampabay.com

Webcast: fctampabay.com

The opponent: Regardless of this game's outcome, Baltimore (6-16-6, 24 points) will finish last in the 12-team USSF Division 2.

Previous meeting: The teams met April 16, the Rowdies' inaugural game. Tampa Bay won 1-0 on Aaron King's goal in the 66th minute.

What's at stake: For the Rowdies (6-12-11, 29 points), ending this season on a high note. Since starting 5-1-3, Tampa Bay has won one game and is winless in its past 11. Tampa Bay has lost three of four and been outscored 10-2 in those games. A Rowdies loss and a St. Louis win over Rochester on Saturday could drop the Rowdies into 11th place in the final standings.

Promotions: The first 1,500 fans 14 and younger receive Silly Bandz. …There will be a ceremony before the game to retire the jersey of Perry Van Der Beck, an original Rowdies player from the late '70s and their current vice president, technical director, personnel director and interim coach.

Eduardo A. Encina, Times staff writer

Tonight: Tampa Bay Rowdies vs. Baltimore 09/30/10 [Last modified: Thursday, September 30, 2010 9:01pm]
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