As a transplanted Rays fan who now lives and works in Durham, NC, I try to go out to the Bulls games every once in a while and see our prospects. Of course, as of late there are not too many legitimate prospects left in AAA. I caught the game last night with Dice-K and Matsui, and it was packed, if not sold out. The enthusiasm for the Bulls runs very high in Durham, and some of the Durhamites are becoming Rays fans as a result. It is probably a bit unprecedented but I can't wonder if the Rays should consider playing a series or two in Durham every year while Durham has an away game. Granted, this might hurt already-stumbling ticket sales, but then again, the game will sell out and the ticket prices can be much higher than normal. Plus, if the game is against a team like the Orioles or the Blue Jays, the game attendance won't be that much less than normal. It could have the effect of converting some Bulls fans into Rays fans, grabbing some share in a traditionally Brave-centric market as well as gaining some attention for the Rays. And the Bulls' park is a beautiful, awesome place. Thoughts?