Tampa Bay Rays Tickets

Tampa Bay Rays is among the latest Major League Baseball franchises which became hit among baseball lovers all across USA when it made its way to the World Series in 2008. This talented team has its roots in St. Petersburg, Florida. These baseball warriors play in the Eastern Division of American League in MLB. Established in 1998, this club has made a prominent place in the league in a very short time. Ever since its formation, the club has chosen the formula of promoting young players full of talent. Having players like Evan Longoria and Carl Crawford, Tampa Bay Rays are only getting better and better. Book your Tampa Bay Rays tickets today and guarantee yourself a baseball game full of thrills and excitement.

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The Rays have proven themselves time and again, which is why they are now considered as a tough competitors who are feared and honored by all. Young sportsmen help in strengthening the team, and Tampa Bay Rays has some very good players to show off. The team has been playing at the Tropicana Field since 1998. They won their first division title in 2008 and moved on with winning the pennant.

Stuart Stemberg who is the majority owner in Tampa Bay Rays made some notable alterations to the franchise in 2007. The very name of the team was changed to Tampa Bay Devil Rays to Tampa Bay Rays. According to him the new name described "A beacon that radiates throughout Tampa Bay and across the entire State of Florida." Team colors were also changed to navy blue, Colombia blue and gold. Originally, the team colors were black, green and blue. The symbol of the team was changed to a ray of sunlight from that of manta ray. The team is currently managed by Joe Maddon. 

The club is popularly known as "The Rays". Their fans are scattered throughout the region and wrestlers like The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags), Hulk Hogan and the WWE Championship winner John Cena regularly appear in Tampa Bay Rays games to thrill themselves. So this makes Tampa Bay Ray tickets all the more worthwhile. You never know you might just end up running into your favorite wrestlers. What’s more is that the Rays have held two wrestling nights. These wrestling nights feature several wrestling matches after the game. Its more than one can expect, you don’t only get to treat yourself with a baseball match, you also get to see your favorite wrestling champs wrestling for the top spot.  

The Rookie was the movie that featured The Tampa Bay Devil Rays. It was released in 2002 under the directions of John Lee Hancock. It was based on the brief career of the infamous Jim Morris. Morris happens to be gifted with ability to repeatedly throw the ball at 98 miles per hour. He played with Tampa Bay Rays as a relief pitcher for two consecutive seasons. Being exceptionally talented he pitched 15 innings in 21 games, with a run average of 4.80.

The team has played its games in the Tropicana Field since the start. Tropicana Field is one of its kinds. It was opened in 1990. The purpose of its creation was to attract Major League Baseball Teams to St. Petersburg.  It has a seating capacity of 36,041 die hard Ray fans. In 1998 it was finally bestowed with an expansion team at last. For those who get ravenously hungry after watching a few hours of nerve wrecking game play, the stadium offers restaurants with outdoor patios. All is accessible along the left field wall known as The Beach. It is also called "the Trop". Therefore it is no big deal to see the crowds lined up to see their favorite team play in this most amazing stadium of our times.

The first minor league games for the franchise took place during the 1996 season. The team had 35 players in the Expansion Draft on November 18, 1997. The first player to be drafted by the Devil rays was, Tony Saunders from Florida Marlins. The draft also enlisted several other future baseball stars like, Wade Boggs, Fred McGriff and Wilson Alvarez.

Watch out as the 2008 Rookie winner Evan Longoria is in full form to dominate and take over the game yet again. While on the other hand it seems that BJ Uptown is going to deliver his best on the field. Share the good times with the Rays who have enjoyed the taste of playoff action and are now hungry for more. Grab the gang and buy your Tampa Bay Rays Tickets now!

The 2016 MLB season was quite a bad one for the Tampa Bay Rays. It marked the third consecutive year in which the team has finished under .500 and been unable to reach the playoffs. This is quite a disappointment for their fans after their glorious six-year streak of winning seasons. The Rays however are optimistic for 2017. They are all set to kick off their Spring Training at the Charlotte Sports Park this February. The team is also working upgrading its roster and a number of players are under consideration for the purpose. 

Tampa Bay Rays Rivals

Boston Red Sox: The Rays-Red Sox rivalry goes all the way back to the 2000 season. It started when Gerald Williams charged the mound after taking exception to being hit by a pitch by Boston’s Martinez. The entire game that followed after that was full of ejections and harsh retaliations. In the years following this incident, the two teams have had many bench-clearing fights and an endless war of words.

New York Yankees: The New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays are both members of the AL East Division – so they face each other multiple times each season. The rivalry elements have always existed between these two teams as Yankees use the Tampa home ground for spring training and fan loyalty has been divided in the region. The rivalry became a lot more heated in 2008 when Rays Elliot Johnson collided with Yankees catcher, Francisco Cervelli, followed by another skirmish the very next day.

Tampa Bay Rays Depth Chart

DEPTH CHART
POSITION STARTER 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
CatcherWilson RamosJesus Sucre   
First BaseC.J. CronBrad Miller   
Second BaseJoey WendleRob RefsnyderDaniel Robertson  
Third BaseMatt DuffyRob RefsnyderDaniel Robertson  
ShortstopAdeiny HechavarriaDaniel Robertson   
Left FieldDenard SpanMallex Smith   
Center FieldMallex SmithDenard Span   
Right FieldCarlos GomezDenard Span   
Designated HitterBrad MillerDenard Span   
Starting PitcherChris ArcherBlake SnellJacob FariaYonny Chirinos
Relief PitcherSergio RomoAndrew KittredgeJose AlvaradoChaz Roe 
CloserAlex Colome    
Batting Leaders
BATTING AVGHOME RUNSRBIOBPHITS
Mallex Smith-CF.353C.J. Cron#441B6C.J. Cron#441B17Mallex Smith-CF.421Mallex Smith-CF24
Pitching Leaders
WINSERASTRIKEOUTSSAVESHOLDS
Blake Snell#4SP6Blake Snell#4SP2.78Blake Snell#4SP69Alex Colome#37RP11Jose Alvarado#46RP12

Tampa Bay Rays Scores and Schedule - 2018

Tampa Bay Rays are currently 4th in AL East. They have played 47 matches, out of which 22 resulted in a victory and 25 were lost, giving the team a winning PCT of 0.468. Tampa Bay Rays is currently 11 games behind the leaders. At home they have played 20, won 8 and lost 12. While on the road they have played 27, won 14 and lost 13. Last 10 games played by Tampa Bay Rays have resulted in 6 wins and 4 losses.

The Tampa Bay Rays entered the game with Boston Red Sox with a (22-24) record and 4th in AL East. Boston Red Sox came into the match with a (33-15) record, 1st in AL East

The first pitch between Tampa Bay Rays and Boston Red Sox was thrown . The match ended with a defeat for Tampa Bay Rays, as they lost to Boston Red Sox by a score of 1-4.

22-25,4th in AL East

Tampa Bay Rays(22-25)1
Boston Red Sox(34-15)4

Regular Season Schedule/Results
MARCH OPPONENT RESULT W-L WIN LOSS SAVE ATT
Thu, Mar 29
  • vs
  • Boston
  • W
  • 6-4
1-0 Pruitt (1-0) Smith (0-1) Colome (1) 31,042
Fri, Mar 30
  • vs
  • Boston
  • L
  • 1-0
1-1 Price (1-0) Roe (0-1) Kimbrel (1) 19,203
Sat, Mar 31
  • vs
  • Boston
  • L
  • 3-2
1-2 Porcello (1-0) Kittredge (0-1) Kimbrel (2) 17,838
APRIL OPPONENT RESULT W-L WIN LOSS SAVE ATT
Sun, Apr 1
  • vs
  • Boston
  • L
  • 2-1
1-3 Velazquez (1-0) Alvarado (0-1) Kelly (1) 14,256
Mon, Apr 2
  • @
  • NY Yankees
POSTPONED
Tue, Apr 3
  • @
  • NY Yankees
  • L
  • 11-4
1-4 Kahnle (1-0) Pruitt (1-1) 46,776
Wed, Apr 4
  • @
  • NY Yankees
  • L
  • 7-2
1-5 Severino (2-0) Snell (0-1) 40,028
Thu, Apr 5
  • @
  • Boston
  • L
  • 3-2 F/12
1-6 Poyner (1-0) Kittredge (0-2) 36,134
Sat, Apr 7
  • @
  • Boston
  • L
  • 10-3
1-7 Porcello (2-0) Faria (0-1) 31,821
Sun, Apr 8
  • @
  • Boston
  • L
  • 8-7
1-8 Smith (1-1) Colome (0-1) Kimbrel (3) 31,979
Mon, Apr 9
  • @
  • White Sox
  • W
  • 5-4
2-8 Archer (1-0) Gonzalez (0-2) Colome (2) 10,377
Tue, Apr 10
  • @
  • White Sox
  • W
  • 6-5
3-8 Snell (1-1) Fulmer (0-1) Colome (3) 10,069
Wed, Apr 11
  • @
  • White Sox
  • L
  • 2-1
3-9 Rondon (1-0) Pruitt (1-2) Jones (1) 10,431
Fri, Apr 13
  • vs
  • Philadelphia
  • L
  • 2-1
3-10 Ramos (1-0) Colome (0-2) Neris (2) 13,372
Sat, Apr 14
  • vs
  • Philadelphia
  • L
  • 9-4
3-11 Arrieta (1-0) Archer (1-1) 20,934
Sun, Apr 15
  • vs
  • Philadelphia
  • L
  • 10-4
3-12 Rios (2-0) Yarbrough (0-1) 19,841
Mon, Apr 16
  • vs
  • Texas
  • W
  • 8-4
4-12 Snell (2-1) Perez (1-2) 9,363
Tue, Apr 17
  • vs
  • Texas
  • L
  • 7-2
4-13 Moore (1-3) Chirinos (0-1) 8,972
Wed, Apr 18
  • vs
  • Texas
  • W
  • 4-2
5-13 Faria (1-1) Hamels (1-3) Colome (4) 8,657
Fri, Apr 20
  • vs
  • Minnesota
  • W
  • 8-7 F/10
6-13 Colome (1-2) Duke (1-1) 9,786
Sat, Apr 21
  • vs
  • Minnesota
  • W
  • 10-1
7-13 Snell (3-1) Gibson (1-1) 10,106
Sun, Apr 22
  • vs
  • Minnesota
  • W
  • 8-6
8-13 Colome (2-2) Reed (0-1) 12,515
Tue, Apr 24
  • @
  • Baltimore
POSTPONED
Wed, Apr 25
  • @
  • Baltimore
  • W
  • 8-4
9-13 Kittredge (1-2) Cobb (0-3) 8,730
Thu, Apr 26
  • @
  • Baltimore
  • W
  • 9-5
10-13 Archer (2-1) Bundy (1-3) 9,596
Fri, Apr 27
  • @
  • Boston
  • W
  • 4-3
11-13 Snell (4-1) Pomeranz (0-1) Colome (5) 32,620
Sat, Apr 28
  • @
  • Boston
  • W
  • 12-6
12-13 Yarbrough (1-1) Price (2-3) 35,795
Sun, Apr 29
  • @
  • Boston
  • L
  • 4-3
12-14 Kimbrel (1-1) Colome (2-3) 32,888
Mon, Apr 30
  • @
  • Detroit
  • W
  • 3-2
13-14 Faria (2-1) Greene (1-2) Alvarado (1) 19,398
MAY OPPONENT RESULT W-L WIN LOSS SAVE ATT
Tue, May 1
  • @
  • Detroit
  • L
  • 2-1
13-15 Boyd (1-2) Archer (2-2) Greene (5) 17,255
Wed, May 2
  • @
  • Detroit
  • L
  • 3-2 F/12
13-16 Saupold (1-0) Andriese (0-1) 20,866
Fri, May 4
  • vs
  • Toronto
  • W
  • 6-2
14-16 Yarbrough (2-1) Happ (4-2) 11,117
Sat, May 5
  • vs
  • Toronto
  • W
  • 5-3
15-16 Faria (3-1) Sanchez (2-3) Colome (6) 16,297
Sun, May 6
  • vs
  • Toronto
  • L
  • 2-1
15-17 Tepera (2-1) Colome (2-4) Osuna (9) 14,032
Tue, May 8
  • vs
  • Atlanta
  • L
  • 1-0
15-18 Newcomb (3-1) Snell (4-2) Vizcaino (5) 15,382
Wed, May 9
  • vs
  • Atlanta
  • L
  • 5-2
15-19 Teheran (3-1) Yarbrough (2-2) Vizcaino (6) 12,082
Fri, May 11
  • @
  • Baltimore
  • L
  • 9-4
15-20 Gausman (3-2) Faria (3-2) Brach (5) 28,170
Sat, May 12
  • @
  • Baltimore
  • L
  • 6-3
15-21 Hess (1-0) Archer (2-3) Givens (1) N/A
Sat, May 12
  • @
  • Baltimore
  • W
  • 10-3
16-21 Romo (1-0) Cobb (0-5) 24,534
Sun, May 13
  • @
  • Baltimore
  • L
  • 17-1
16-22 Bundy (2-5) Snell (4-3) 25,257
Mon, May 14
  • @
  • Kansas City
  • W
  • 2-1
17-22 Yarbrough (3-2) Skoglund (1-3) Colome (7) 14,174
Tue, May 15
  • @
  • Kansas City
  • W
  • 6-5
18-22 Venters (1-0) Herrera (1-1) Colome (8) 21,500
Wed, May 16
  • @
  • Kansas City
  • W
  • 5-3
19-22 Andriese (1-1) Hammel (0-5) Colome (9) 19,611
Thu, May 17
  • @
  • LA Angels
  • W
  • 7-1
20-22 Archer (3-3) Skaggs (3-3) 30,487
Fri, May 18
  • @
  • LA Angels
  • W
  • 8-3
21-22 Snell (5-3) Tropeano (1-3) 40,067
Sat, May 19
  • @
  • LA Angels
  • W
  • 5-3
22-22 Yarbrough (4-2) Heaney (2-3) Colome (10) 37,232
Sun, May 20
  • @
  • LA Angels
  • L
  • 5-2
22-23 Ohtani (4-1) Andriese (1-2) Parker (2) 38,560
Tue, May 22
  • vs
  • Boston
  • L
  • 4-2
22-24 Sale (5-1) Faria (3-3) Kimbrel (14) 10,642
Wed, May 23
  • vs
  • Boston
  • L
  • 4-1
22-25 Kelly (3-0) Colome (2-5) Kimbrel (15) 10,194
Thu, May 24
  • vs
  • Boston
  • W
  • 6-3
23-25 Snell (6-3) Porcello (6-2) Colome (11) 12,468
Fri, May 25
  • vs
  • Baltimore
  • L
  • 2-0
23-26 Hess (2-1) Romo (1-1) Brach (8) 11,354
MAY OPPONENT TIME (ET) TB PITCHER OPP. PITCHER
Sat, May 26
  • vs
  • Baltimore
4:10 PM Stanek (0-0) Cashner (2-5)
Sun, May 27
  • vs
  • Baltimore
1:10 PM Romo (1-1) Gausman (3-3)
Mon, May 28
  • @
  • Oakland
4:05 PM Archer (3-3) Gossett (0-3)
Tue, May 29
  • @
  • Oakland
10:05 PM Eovaldi (0-0)  
Wed, May 30
  • @
  • Oakland
10:05 PM Snell (6-3) Manaea (5-5)
Thu, May 31
  • @
  • Oakland
3:35 PM   Mengden (4-4)
JUNE OPPONENT TIME (ET) TB PITCHER OPP. PITCHER
Fri, Jun 1
  • @
  • Seattle
10:10 PM   Leake (4-3)
Sat, Jun 2
  • @
  • Seattle
10:10 PM Archer (3-3) Gonzales (4-3)
Sun, Jun 3
  • @
  • Seattle
4:10 PM   Hernandez (5-4)
Tue, Jun 5
  • @
  • Washington
7:05 PM   Scherzer (8-1)
Wed, Jun 6
  • @
  • Washington
1:05 PM   Roark (2-4)
Thu, Jun 7
  • vs
  • Seattle
7:10 PM   Leake (4-3)
Fri, Jun 8
  • vs
  • Seattle
7:10 PM Archer (3-3) Gonzales (4-3)
Sat, Jun 9
  • vs
  • Seattle
4:10 PM   Hernandez (5-4)
Sun, Jun 10
  • vs
  • Seattle
1:10 PM   Paxton (4-1)
Mon, Jun 11
  • vs
  • Toronto
7:10 PM    
Tue, Jun 12
  • vs
  • Toronto
7:10 PM    
Wed, Jun 13
  • vs
  • Toronto
1:10 PM    
Thu, Jun 14
  • @
  • NY Yankees
7:05 PM    
Fri, Jun 15
  • @
  • NY Yankees
7:05 PM    
Sat, Jun 16
  • @
  • NY Yankees
1:05 PM    
Sun, Jun 17
  • @
  • NY Yankees
2:05 PM    
Mon, Jun 18
  • @
  • Houston
8:10 PM    
Tue, Jun 19
  • @
  • Houston
8:10 PM    
Wed, Jun 20
  • @
  • Houston
8:10 PM    
Fri, Jun 22
  • vs
  • NY Yankees
7:10 PM    
Sat, Jun 23
  • vs
  • NY Yankees
4:10 PM    
Sun, Jun 24
  • vs
  • NY Yankees
1:10 PM    
Mon, Jun 25
  • vs
  • Washington
7:10 PM    
Tue, Jun 26
  • vs
  • Washington
12:10 PM    
Thu, Jun 28
  • vs
  • Houston
7:10 PM    
Fri, Jun 29
  • vs
  • Houston
7:10 PM    
Sat, Jun 30
  • vs
  • Houston
4:10 PM    
JULY OPPONENT TIME (ET) TB PITCHER OPP. PITCHER
Sun, Jul 1
  • vs
  • Houston
1:10 PM    
Mon, Jul 2
  • @
  • Miami
7:10 PM    
Tue, Jul 3
  • @
  • Miami
7:10 PM    
Wed, Jul 4
  • @
  • Miami
1:10 PM    
Fri, Jul 6
  • @
  • NY Mets
7:10 PM    
Sat, Jul 7
  • @
  • NY Mets
4:10 PM    
Sun, Jul 8
  • @
  • NY Mets
1:10 PM    
Mon, Jul 9
  • vs
  • Detroit
7:10 PM    
Tue, Jul 10
  • vs
  • Detroit
7:10 PM    
Wed, Jul 11
  • vs
  • Detroit
12:10 PM    
Thu, Jul 12
  • @
  • Minnesota
8:10 PM    
Fri, Jul 13
  • @
  • Minnesota
8:10 PM    
Sat, Jul 14
  • @
  • Minnesota
2:10 PM    
Sun, Jul 15
  • @
  • Minnesota
2:10 PM    

TAMPA BAY RAYS NEWS AND UPDATES

The Tampa Bay Rays have struggled ever since they were established in 1998. In 2013, they were a wild card team and have not won anything since then. However, the 2017 MLB season looks different for the Rays. There are new players on the roster and the pitching staff looks in good shape. Even the Rays’ fans, which are not exactly known for always showing up at the team’s games, are eager for the upcoming season. However, the national media is still ignoring the Rays. Tampa Bay fans can watch the games on Fox Sports Florida and Sun Sports, but for fans living outside of Florida, it will be tough, since there’s no coverage of Tampa Bay Rays games.

Tampa Bay Rays Schedule

MLB season is here and is packed with epic matchups. You can catch all the action live as it happens. Next event featuring Tampa Bay Rays will be Tampa Bay Rays vs. Baltimore Orioles, held at the Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. As of now, the last event, Tampa Bay Rays vs. Toronto Blue Jays is scheduled for 30-Sep-18 at the Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. For complete itinerary of events, please visit our website.

Event Venue City Date
Tampa Bay Rays vs. Baltimore Orioles Tropicana Field St. Petersburg, FL Sat May 26 201805/26 04:10 PM
Tampa Bay Rays vs. Baltimore Orioles Tropicana Field St. Petersburg, FL Sun May 27 201805/27 01:10 PM
Oakland Athletics vs. Tampa Bay Rays Oakland Coliseum Oakland, CA Mon May 28 201805/28 01:05 PM
Oakland Athletics vs. Tampa Bay Rays Oakland Coliseum Oakland, CA Tue May 29 201805/29 07:05 PM
Oakland Athletics vs. Tampa Bay Rays Oakland Coliseum Oakland, CA Wed May 30 201805/30 07:05 PM
Oakland Athletics vs. Tampa Bay Rays Oakland Coliseum Oakland, CA Thu May 31 201805/31 12:35 PM
Seattle Mariners vs. Tampa Bay Rays Safeco Field Seattle, WA Fri Jun 01 201806/01 07:10 PM
Seattle Mariners vs. Tampa Bay Rays Safeco Field Seattle, WA Sat Jun 02 201806/02 07:10 PM
Seattle Mariners vs. Tampa Bay Rays Safeco Field Seattle, WA Sun Jun 03 201806/03 01:10 PM
Washington Nationals vs. Tampa Bay Rays Nationals Park Washington, DC Tue Jun 05 201806/05 07:05 PM

Tampa Bay Rays Tickets Prices

The average price for Tampa Bay Rays Tickets start from $33. The minimum get in price is $5 for Tampa Bay Rays Tickets at the Nationals Park, Washington. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
Tampa Bay Rays vs. Baltimore Orioles St. Petersburg 26-May-18 $33 $18
Tampa Bay Rays vs. Baltimore Orioles St. Petersburg 27-May-18 $65 $22
Oakland Athletics vs. Tampa Bay Rays Oakland 28-May-18 $43 $13
Oakland Athletics vs. Tampa Bay Rays Oakland 29-May-18 $43 $6
Oakland Athletics vs. Tampa Bay Rays Oakland 30-May-18 $41 $6
Oakland Athletics vs. Tampa Bay Rays Oakland 31-May-18 $43 $8
Seattle Mariners vs. Tampa Bay Rays Seattle 1-Jun-18 $57 $14
Seattle Mariners vs. Tampa Bay Rays Seattle 2-Jun-18 $57 $18
Seattle Mariners vs. Tampa Bay Rays Seattle 3-Jun-18 $58 $15
Washington Nationals vs. Tampa Bay Rays Washington 5-Jun-18 $34 $5

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Frequently Asked Question(s)

Q:Which team will take on the Tampa Bay Rays on their opening day 2018?

A:The Tampa Bay Rays will open the 2018 MLB season by facing the New York Yankees at the Tropicana Field. Their bout is scheduled to take place on April 2nd. No one knows what will happen when these two sides collide but if you want to find out then buy the Tampa Bay Rays Tickets from our brokers who have put them up on our website for sale at cheap prices. Just go to the event's section on our website and place your order by choosing your tickets from the list.

Q:When did the Rays win the World Series?

A:In 2008 the Tampa Bay Rays made it to the World Series but unfortunately lost to the Philadelphia Phillies by 4-1. However, the year was not all bad, it marked the Rays' first winning season and AL East championship as well. The franchise also won their first pennant by defeating the Boston Red Sox in the ALCS. The team has had a rough time of late, and will be looking to bounce back. They have made changes to their roster and are heading to the 2017 season with renewed hope. Be there to cheer them at their live games. For the purchase of Tampa Bay Rays tickets go to our event page and see the tickets list put up there by our licensed brokers. Secure the tickets with a few simple steps and enjoy your favorite team's games, live.

Q:Who did the Rays get in the trade?

A:Recently the Tampa Bay Rays have been making many changes to their roster to improve the squad for 2017. As part of the changes, second baseman Logan Forsythe, who had been an important part of the team, was traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers for Jose De Leon. The move came as a surprise which upset some, but the management did not want the opportunity to acquire De Leon let go off. The 24-year-old right-hander is regarded as one of the best starting pitching prospects in baseball. With a talented roster the team is looking to find success in 2017 and Tampa Bay Rays tickets are in much demand. Get yours from our licensed brokers and watch your favorite team live in action.

Q:Who is the owner of the Rays?

A:The Tampa Bay Rays are owned by Stuart L. Sternberg. He is also the Rays' Managing General Partner, a position that he has held from 2005 November till now. As the Bay Rays head into the 2017 season, they will look to end their three year playoff drought. Will they be able to do that or will it be another season of frustration for the franchise? Book your Tampa Bay Rays Tickets and find out live.

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Q:How many Tampa Bay Rays championships have been won under Joe Maddon?

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