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There will be Rays games on TV — and they all end well

Fox Sports Sun on Thursday will start showing Rays games from the 2019 season, and only the wins.
Tampa Bay Rays first baseman Yandy Diaz (2) high fives teammates after a game against the Houston Astros on March 31, 2019, at Tropicana Field. [Times]
Tampa Bay Rays first baseman Yandy Diaz (2) high fives teammates after a game against the Houston Astros on March 31, 2019, at Tropicana Field. [Times]

ST. PETERSBURG — Knowing fans are missing baseball, Fox Sports Sun starting on Thursday will be showing Rays games from the 2019 season multiple times a day. And they all will have a happy ending.

The regional sport network announced a schedule through the end of March to show games, and they all will be Rays wins — for a reason.

"Until live sports return to our networks, we’ll be airing games and wins from the past, which we hope serve as a welcomed diversion and remind us of joyous moments that brought our community together,'' said Eric Esteban, FOX Sports Sun spokesman.

The showings start at 9 a.m. Thursday with the March 29 second game of the season — when Charlie Morton beat his former Astros team and Gerrit Cole — and going through the Rays’ first 13 wins in order.

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With the 2020 regular-season delayed until at least late May, the network is likely going to continue showing winning games into April, but also may reach into the vault and mix in some classic games to add to the programming.

Or maybe they could just put a live camera on analyst Brian Anderson, which could be even more entertaining.

The times games will be shown varies a bit, but most will be shown once in the morning and again at night.

Here is the schedule:

Schedule for replays of 2019 Tampa Bay Rays games in March. [Tampa Bay Times]
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