Tampa Bay Rays: Why the Rays Deserve a New Stadium

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Tampa Bay Rays: Why the Rays Deserve a New Stadium
Courtesy to MLBlogs Network

So the Tampa Bay Rays are about to begin talks on a new stadium.

Well, building a new stadium is no walk in the park. A location must be agreed upon, a design needs to be contrived, massive funds must be raised and the construction can take over a year.

Playing at Tropicana Field since their inaugural season in 1998, the Rays and their fanbase have become weary of the only non-retractable domed stadium in the Majors.

Four-and-a-half hours south in Miami, the Marlins opened their new stadium in 2012. Full of contemporary designs and fan amenities, Marlins Park is a success even if their team is not.

Do the Rays deserve a new stadium?

You bet they do.

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