Game 5 selling out
The Rays return home for game 5 against the Texas Rangers and tickets, surprisingly are going fast. The Rays are taking off the tarps in the third tier of seating to make room for an additional 5000 seats ($30 per seat, not a bad deal there). This is one of the few times the Rays are selling out the third level of seating, which means this is going to be a huge turnout for the Rays.
The Rays are making history. Very few teams have been down 0-2, lose both games at home, go on the road facing elimination and win two games in dominate performance. The Rays turn back to ace David Price, who was roughed up in game one, to continue the swing in momentum and feed off the home crowd that will be loud, with cow bells and horns, hoping to inspire the home team to victory.
I have never been a fan of Tropicana field, but it is nice to see the area finally coming to the games and filling up the stadium after the big deal about attendance. The game is scheduled for 8 P.M., which is great news for all of those who are trapped at work and have to commute to St. Petersburg to watch the game. The late start gives more fans opportunities to get to the game, park, and enjoy the game five atmosphere. Make sure to watch the game, either by going to the game or on television, this is a big chance for the Rays, you don’t want to miss this one.