Sunday, October 17 2021

Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.

Hey, Rays, instead of empty seats let’s cut prices and fill Tropicana Field

ST. PETERSBURG — The sad tale of Tropicana Field attendance refuses to go away, mainly because fans refuse to show up. It might go unnoticed in the spring or in a season that’s bound for nowhere, but it’s hard to ignore four consecutive crowds of fewer than 8,000 against the Red Sox while the Rays are surging toward a 100-win season and the calendar is turning to September. That, my friends, …

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