April 2, 2012; St. Petersburg, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria (3) throws the ball from his knees to first for an out during the fourth inning against the Baltimore Orioles during opening day at Tropicana Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Fuel Your Rays Obsession With the Tampa Bay Rays Browser Theme

It’s never been this easy to stay on top of everything happening with the Tampa Bay Rays in realtime. Up until now, to keep up with the Rays you had to actually head to the Rays’ official website and other news outlets. Now, with the Tampa Bay Rays Browser Theme from Brand Thunder, the latest Rays headlines flash right across the top of your screen no matter what website you’re on, putting you just one click away from seeing that article on the Rays’ official site. In addition to the headlines, the Browser Theme provides quick links to MLB.com, the RaysBaseball.com, the MLB scoreboard, Rays tickets through TicketMaster, and the Rays’ Facebook and Twitter pages. And to tie it all together, you also get a Rays logo at the top of the screen, which is always nice.

It’s a wealth of Rays information accessible within seconds, all in a thin line at the top of your browser. Worried about getting work done with all the Rays headlines going across the top of your screen? With just one click (the little Rays logo to the right of the website URL) you can hide all the links, and you can bring them back whenever you want with just one more click. This is a great resource that you can use at  your convenience, and considering it’s free and doesn’t bog down your browser with ads or anything other than the Rays content you want, every Rays fan should have this no matter which internet browser they use. Here’s the link to download the Theme, and enjoy surfing the internet with the comfort of all the Rays information and Rays links you want right in front of you.

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