Located below is the Tropicana Field seating chart for the Tampa Bay Rays. With a seating capacity of 43,772, it is the only non-retractable roof stadium in major league baseball.
You can view the Tampa Bay Rays tickets on our website. After you 'View Tickets' for a game, you'll see the stadium seating chart. When you move your mouse-pointer over any section of that seating chart, you'll see an actual picture of that section. That way you can see what your view will be like from those seats before you go to the game.
The stadium is located in an area that is far away from any other attractions and is actually in St. Petersburg, Fl. The Rays made it to the American League Division Series in 2010, but had the lowest season attendance of any team. The players noted toward the end of the season that it was hard to play there with not a lot of fan support.
As you can see from the seating chart shown below, the sections along the third base side and left field bleacher areas have odd numbered sections, while the sections on the first base side, behind the Rays dugout, and right field bleachers are even numbered sections.
The Trop has a party area in left field known as the tbt* Party Deck and are the cheapest tickets in the stadium.
Special Seating Areas
The Corona Beach Bar in left field can seat up to 136 people while the Checkers Bullpen Cafe in right field is just steps away from the Rays bullpen. It can seat 85 people. Both of these areas have all-you-can-eat fare. Both are located on the 100-level area.
Club level seating is also available in the Avantair Home Plate Club and Whitney Bank Club. These are also located on the 100-level area.
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Ted Willaims Museum
Ted Williams is known as the greatest hitter to have ever lived with a lifetime career batting average of .344.
This museum and hitters exhibit displays Ted Williams career highlights and other hitters who are considered some of the best at their craft, including Don Zimmer, Mickey Mantle, Miguel Cabrera and Hank Aaron.
Included is a display for those who have won the Triple Crown, Mickey Mantle, Miguel Cabrera and Ted Williams. There is also a tribute to Don Zimmer.
See the bats used by Reggie Jackson, Rod Carew, Willie Mays, Willie McCovey, Mike Schmidt, Ernie Banks, Jimmy Foxx, Eddit Murray among others.
A wall of the museum is dedicated to the 500 Homerun Club, those who hit 500 or more homeruns in their major league career.
The museum is free to see for anyone attending a Tampa Bay Rays home game.
Feed The Rays / Touch The Rays
Beyone the Right-Center field fence is the Rays aquarium where fans
are allowed to feed and pet the Rays in the tank. We were told that if
you want to do that it's best to come before the 6th inning as the Rays
get tired and full after that time. Depending on the size of the crowd
you could wait in line for awhile, so it's best to come early.
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Having Fun And Doing A Dance At The Rays Game
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