The Tampa Bay Rays had a good start to their season this year with a warm welcome from their fans. Below is an excerpt from a press release on the Tampa Bay Rays website regarding their opening weekend:
“The Tampa Bay Rays 2015 season opener on Monday, April 6 at Tropicana Field against the Baltimore Orioles is sold out, marking the 10th consecutive season for which the Rays have sold out the home opener.
Tickets are available for the two remaining games in the season-opening series vs. the Orioles on Tuesday and Wednesday. Both games start at 7:10 p.m.
Following the Orioles series, the Rays will embark on a seven-date road trip to Miami and Toronto before returning home to play the New York Yankees for a three-game weekend series, April 17-19.”
Brian Joros is excited to see Major League Baseball get under way this April. The regular season lasts throughout the summertime and up until October, giving him lots of chances to go see one of his two home-state teams to choose from. Joros is a longtime baseball coach who has also contributed to the building of athletic facilities as well as the providing of essential resources to young athletes.