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Rays individual game spring training tickets go on sale today at several locations

By KEVIN KELLY, Times Staff Writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published January 12, 2002

Individual tickets for the Rays' 13 home spring training games go on sale at 10 a.m. today at the Tropicana Field box office, Rays Dugout outlets at BayWalk and WestShore Plaza, Ticketmaster locations and by phone (727) 898-7297 (898-RAYS) or (813) 282-7297.

Advance tickets will not be sold at Florida Power Park.

Reserved tickets are $15 (field boxes), $12 (loge boxes) and $9 (grandstand). General admission and berm seating are $4 and will be sold on game days.

2002 Rays spring schedule

Call 1-888-FAN-RAYS for ticket information. Season tickets on sale now. Individual tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. today. Home games are played at Florida Power Park, Home of Al Lang Field.

MARCH

1 -- University of Tampa, 1:05

2 -- Atlanta Braves, 1:05

3 -- at Atlanta Braves, Orlando, 1:05

4 -- Philadelphia Phillies, 1:05

5 -- at Texas Rangers, Port Charlotte, 1:05

6 -- Kansas City Royals, 1:05

7 -- New York Yankees, 1:05

8 -- Texas Rangers, 1:05

9 -- at New York Yankees, Tampa, 1:05

10 -- Pittsburgh Pirates, 1:05

11 -- at Cincinnati Reds, Sarasota, 1:05

12 -- at Minnesota Twins, Ft. Myers, 1:05

13 -- Toronto Blue Jays, 1:05

14 -- Off day

15 -- at Pittsburgh Pirates, Bradenton, 1:05

16 -- at Philadelphia Phillies, Clearwater, 1:05

17 -- Minnesota Twins, 1:05

18 -- at Detroit Tigers, Lakeland, 7:05

19 -- at Texas Rangers, Port Charlotte, 1:05 20 -- Boston Red Sox, 1:05

21 -- at Montreal Expos, Jupiter, 1:05

22 -- at Baltimore Orioles, Ft. Lauderdale, 1:05

23 -- Atlanta Braves, 1:05

24 -- at Kansas City Royals, Haines City, 1:05

25 -- Texas Rangers, 1:05 26 -- at Toronto Blue Jays, Dunedin, 1:05

27 -- at Philadelphia Phillies, Clearwater, 7:05

28 -- Detroit Tigers, 7:05

29 -- Off day

30 -- at Durham (N.C.) Bulls, 1:05

31 -- at Charleston (S.C.) Riverdogs, 1:05

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