Yesterday’s Rays game was delightful. There was Morton’s gritty performance; there were four dingers.
And there was a raucous towel-waving near sell-out 32,000 strong crowd cheering them on.
If you haven’t experienced playoff baseball, tonight is your chance: there are still tickets available! We searched the Rays site and found a bunch of upper deck seats for $45 now that the Rays rolled back the tarp an additional 9 rows in the 300-level.
There are also a few scattered tickets in the lower bowl.
A quick glance at some of the secondary sellers finds tickets all around the stadium; the least expensive at Stubhub are $55; at Seatgeek are $59.
Remember that the Rays allow you to bring in your own food, along with sealed water bottles; that can help you save money and avoid long concession lines.
Remember as well, you can park at the South Core and Sundial lots downtown for $5, taking the baseball shuttle to the park. The shuttle will also stop at the Mahaffey Theater lot, where baseball fans can park for $10. [updated]
Get your ticket, grab your rally towel, and prepare to yell yourself hoarse.