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The Rays Ask You to Attend #OneMoreGame

As the Rays make a playoff push, they ask fans to attend just one more game this season.

Al Messerschmidt

The Rays have 23 more home games left in the 2013 regular season and they’re asking you to attend just one more game. This season, Tampa Bay is 37-21 at Tropicana Field. Since 2008, the Rays are 48-16 when playing at home in front of crowds larger than 30,000. Multiple ticket promotions were announced today for the remaining home games and some of these deals are too good to pass up.

620 WDAE (the new 95.3 FM) and the Rays have partnered up to offer one thousand $9.53 tickets to each remaining home game. Yes, that includes series against the Yankees, Red Sox and Orioles, meaning you can watch division rivalries during the playoff push for as little as $9.53 a game. These tickets are located between sections 127-137 down the left field line. You can follow this link to buy your tickets now through this promotion.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>WOW!! The Trop was electric tonight!!! Over 30k and y&#39;all weren&#39;t quiet one time!!! Thanks from all the players!! <a href="">@wilmyers</a> clutch!!!</p>&mdash; David Price (@DAVIDprice14) <a href="">August 4, 2013</a></blockquote>

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For the four remaining Tuesday home games, the Tampa Bay Times is offering buy two, get two free outfield tickets. While these two offers cannot be combined, the Rays are also offering 10% off of face value for fans who buy four or more tickets to a game through

For those of you with children, a second $2 kids night has been scheduled for Wednesday, August 14th against Seattle. With the purchase of one full-price ticket, you can buy up to three children’s tickets (ages 2-14) for just $2. Additionally, there will be free parking at this game for vehicles with four or more passengers. Approximately 9,700 of these tickets were sold during the first promotion against the Diamondbacks on July 31, according to the Rays.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Good way to finish the homestand! Sold out crowd at the Trop today. Thanks for coming out in force!</p>&mdash; Wil Myers (@wilmyers) <a href="">August 4, 2013</a></blockquote>

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Per the Rays Press Release, Matt Silverman explained, “All of us at the Rays have been excited by the way the team has performed and the way our fans have responded. This second half push is designed to get all Rays fans out to the ballpark for ‘One More Game.’

This team IS playoff bound, so why wouldn’t you want to head out to the Trop and support the Rays in person? If you plan on taking advantage of the $9.53 promotion, I’d buy the tickets sooner than later. I bought some for the August 24th game against the Yankees so that I can pick up a ‘Moore Cowbell’ and there weren’t too many tickets left. So get on out to the Trop and cheer these boys onto the post-season!

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>The fans have been great. It does make a difference for us and I think we’ve entertained them. Love to see them out there. Keep on coming.</p>&mdash; Joe Maddon (@RaysJoeMaddon) <a href="">August 4, 2013</a></blockquote>

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