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The best seats for a Tampa Bay Rays game are located in the aforementioned Home Plate Club, or the Whitney Bank Club. Any seats around the infield will offer great views of the game, and loyal Rays fans (the few of them) will tell you that even the nosebleed seats offer great views. If you are looking to get rowdy at a Rays game, the Captain Morgan Deck next to section 149 might be the place for you.
The seat numbers at Tropicana Field follow a very simple pattern, where seat number 1 in each section is on the left side when facing the field. This logic holds true for every single section at Tropicana Field.
The Home Plate Club at Tropicana Field are some of the best seats for any Tampa Bay Rays game. These extra wide, padded seats include amenities such as in-seat service, complimentary food and drink (including alcohol!) and buffet, and access to the Hancock Bank Club and private dining area. Many listings also include a VIP parking pass, but be sure to check the seller notes for full details.
The Tampa Bay Rays Dugout is located in front of sections 112-118, and the visitors dugout is located in front of sections 111-117. The bullpens at Tropicana Field are located on the first and third baselines in foul territory on the same side as the team dugouts.
Along the first base line in the 100 level you will find tickets that include access to the Whitney Bank Club. These seats included access to a full buffet, along with extra-wide padded seats. Be sure to check the seller notes in any 100 level listing to see what else is included in the ticket price.
Tropicana field is located at One Tropicana Drive in St. Petersburg, Florida and is home to the Tampa Bay Rays. It is the only domed stadium in Major League Baseball that is not retractable, and construction of the stadium concluded in 1990. The field surface is AstroTurf GameDay Grass, and Tropicana Field has a capacity of 31,042, which can be expanded to 40,947 for playoff games.
The Rays Touch Tank is located in center field near gate 1. This 35-foot, 10,00 gallon tank is filled with cownose rays taken from Tampa Bay waters. Admission to the tank area is free for all fans attending home games, but there is a limit of 50 people in the area at any one time. Fans are also allowed to feed the rays for $5 bucks, with proceeds going to the Florida Aquarium and the Rays Baseball Foundation.
The dimensions at Tropicana Field are as follows (all measurements from home plate): 315ft to Left-Field, 370ft to Left-Center, 404ft to Center, 370ft to Right-Center, and 322ft to Right-Field. It is 50ft from home plate to the backstop. Tropicana Field is know to be a hitters ballpark, with short porches in both left and right field.
Sellers must disclose all information that is listed on their tickets. For example, obstructed view seats at Tropicana Field would be listed for the buyer to consider (or review) prior to purchase. These notes include information regarding if the Tropicana Field seat view is a limited view, side view, obstructed view or anything else pertinent.