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Tampa Bay Rays Gets Historic Low Attendance During Playoffs

Tampa Bay Rays Gets Historic Low Attendance During Playoffs

Tampa Bay Rays are finding it hard to draw a crowd for their games, after recording a historic low number of 19,704 fans during their playoffs. 

That’s the lowest attendance for a non-COVID playoff game since 1919.

The last time a non-COVID year MLB playoff game saw quieter attendance than today’s Rays game was Game 7 of the 1919 World Series in Cincinnati. 

The Tampa Bay Rays have been an impressive baseball team in recent years reaching the playoffs in each of the last five seasons, including a World Series appearance in 2020.

The Rays had 33 regular season games that had more attendees than today’s wild-card game. 

When the Rays are on fire, fans show out. At the start of the season, the Rays went on a 13-game win streak. That 13th game hosted over 21,000 fans. 

When the Rays returned home with their streak snapped after a six-game road trip, more than 20,000 fans showed up in two of the three games in their following series.

After falling to the Texas Rangers 4-0 in Game 1 of this best-of-three series, the Rays are one game away from elimination.

Game 2 of the AL Wild Card series is scheduled for 3:08 p.m. ET tomorrow, October 4.

The Tampa team also has a plan to build a 30,000-seat stadium in St. Petersburg, it won’t open until 2028.

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