ST. PETERSBURG — Along with unveiling renovations to Tropicana Field today, the Tampa Bay Rays will announce a new flex pass that offers up to 50 percent discounts on single game prices.
ORLANDO — Major League Baseball has no immediate plans to intervene in stadium negotiations between St. Petersburg and the Tampa Bay Rays, both Rays principal owner Stuart Sternberg and baseball commissioner Bud Selig said Thursday.
ST. PETERSBURG — Mayoral hopeful Rick Kriseman has a message for the Tampa Bay Rays as the team negotiates with Mayor Bill Foster over the lengthy stadium stalemate.
ST. PETERSBURG — A deal to end the long-standing stadium impasse between the city and the Tampa Bay Rays could be falling apart.
TAMPA — Cash in the form of Major League Baseball revenue-sharing is sustaining the Tampa Bay Rays, but the patience of other team owners is running low as they wait for the Rays to secure a new ballpark.
TAMPA — Public discussion about a new stadium for the Tampa Bay Rays has tended to focus on locations in or near downtown Tampa, as is the trend for new, urban sporting arenas.
ST. PETERSBURG — Mayor Bill Foster has reached the reluctant conclusion that keeping the Tampa Bay Rays in the region means he has to let them cross the bay to explore a new stadium.
CLEARWATER — County officials juggling the Pinellas bed tax could soon face another request for dollars, this time to keep at least two Major League Baseball teams in the county for spring training.
TAMPA — Echoing an upbeat tone he set on opening day, Rays owner Stuart Sternberg told Tampa business leaders the team is growing its fan base — from the bottom up.
Whatever attendance problems the Tampa Bay Rays have encountered, whatever slings and arrows Tropicana Field has suffered, not much complaining comes from Section 301.