Update Ok, fixed the problem. I screwed up and used the park index for each adjustment and not the park factor, resulting in each player's stats being adjusted as if they played every game at the Trop.
Here are the current park indices and factors for the Trop in the 2005 season:
The park index is the difference between the stats at home and on the road. The park factor is the number you use to make the actual adjustments to a stat.
As you can see it has continued the decrease in the park factor it has showed over the years and is now becoming a fairly significant suppressor of offense, particularly home runs.
The following are the adjusted stat lines for Rays hitters this season using those factors. There are problems with this though. One-year factors aren't all that accurate when it comes to telling how a park plays so a half-season one is obviously even worse. Also I don't have splits for them and the Trop is better for lefties than righties so that increases the inaccuracy. These adjusted lines are still useful but keep in mind the inherent weaknesses of them. Also keep in mind that the fewer the plate appearances a player has, the more inaccurate this is. I didn't include anyone below Perez in playing time though only a few players have really accumulated enough playing time for these to be true adjustments.