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Rays launch Ballpark Reimagined website

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The Tampa Bay Rays are seeking to reimagine what a baseball stadium should look like, and to that end, are seeking your input through a well-designed website that offers videos, opportunities to vote on concepts, and a drop box to send in your ideas.

You can sign up for updates and other interactive features to stay engaged as the Rays survey ideas. Previously discussed innovations include removing all upper decks to create a more intimate experience for fans, and group seating that can rearrange to meet event requests.

Check out the site, get involved in the discussion, and read more via this team press release:

The Tampa Bay Rays today launched ballparkreimagined.com, a website that serves as a public informational resource in the region’s quest for a new ballpark. The interactive site features surveys and an outlet for fans to collaborate by submitting ideas for what the ballpark might look like.

“The next Rays ballpark will be a community asset, and we need to capture the community’s imagination to help create something we’re all proud to call home,” said Rays Senior Vice President of Strategy and Development Melanie Lenz. “We invite fans to get involved, and we are listening to any and all ideas.”

Guided by four vision principles—providing a baseball experience like no other; building a defining icon for the region; creating a smart, sustainable and right-sized facility; and looking beyond baseball to activate the site year-round—the Rays are reimagining what a new ballpark can be for the community. The goal is to build the first next-generation ballpark that is an authentic, fan-forward community asset that will be the pride of Tampa Bay and the home of championships for generations to come.