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About the Tampa Bay Rays
Tampa Bay entered the Major Leagues as an expansion team in 1998. At the time they were called the Devil Rays. When Stuart Sternberg bought the franchise in 2007 he dropped the word "Devil" from his team's name. The change worked because the next year the Tampa Bay Rays won the American League Pennant. The Rays are led by third baseman Evan Longoria and outfielder Carl Crawford. Both stars are trying to change the fact that as of 2010 the Rays are the only team in the American League East that hasn't won a World Series title. The franchise has had only one home, Tropicana Field, but two rivals: the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees.
The Devil Rays Home Field:
Tropicana Field (1998-presents)
One Tropicana Drive
St. Petersburg, Florida 33705