Tampa Bay Rays announce 2020 regular season schedule

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March 26 will mark the earliest Opening Day game in Rays history. TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The Yuengling Center at the University of South Florida hosted Fan Fest on Saturday afternoon.

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The Tampa Bay Rays released their 2020 regular season schedule Monday which features their 11th consecutive Opening Day game at home.

The Rays’ 2020 season opens Thursday, March 26 with a three game series vs. the Pittsburgh Pirates at Tropicana Field.

This is the first time the Rays have faced a National League opponent on Opening Day, the team announced.

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Sunburn ‘ The morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics ‘ 7.24.19

Florida economic numbers (by many measures) are sound. From reserve levels to the unemployment rate, material abounds for buoyant GOP news releases.

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A report released Tuesday spotlights problems with Florida’s economy, laying the blame for ‘broken economic promises’ at the feet of President Donald Trump.

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‘Donald Trump’s broken promises on the economy is a major weakness for his campaign in Florida. His health care agenda spikes costs and guts coverage protections for people with preexisting conditions, while his tax scam is only helping corporations and the wealthiest few at the expense of working families,’ the memo charges.

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There Won’t Be A Rays Stadium In Tampa’s Ybor City

The Tampa Bay Rays won’t be moving the team across the bay, at least for now. Team leaders announced Tuesday that the plan for a new stadium in the Tampa neighborhood of Ybor City has fallen through.

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Rays principal owner Stu Sternberg addressed media today regarding the proposed ballpark location in Ybor City. pic.twitter.com/Y7KamIJh2d

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Rays Baseball Operations President Matt Silverman said the keys to moving the team from St. Petersburg to Ybor City just weren’t there.

That included information on where the estimated $892 million to build the stadium would come from, such as both public and private investment. Other concerns include site control and whether the stadium would open on schedule.

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