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Rays release 2014 Spring Training schedule, prices


ST. PETERSBURG, FL-The 2014 spring training schedule and ticket prices for the Tampa Bay Rays Grapefruit League games at Charlotte Sports Park were released today. The Rays will play 14 spring training home games at Charlotte Sports Park in 2014. Pitchers and catchers will report on Friday, February 14, and will hold their first workout on Saturday, February 15. Position players report on Wednesday, February 19, and the first full-squad workout will be held on Thursday, February 20.

The Rays will begin their home schedule on Friday, February 28, against the Baltimore Orioles at Charlotte Sports Park. The home schedule at Charlotte Sports Park includes games against all four American League East opponents with two games vs. the 2013 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox (March 16 and March 25). 

The Rays will conclude their spring training schedule on Saturday, March 29, against their Double-A affiliate in Montgomery, Ala., and will open the regular season at Tropicana Field on Monday, March 31 against the Toronto Blue Jays. Single-game spring training tickets for games at Charlotte Sports Park will go on sale in January with a specific date to be announced, and range in price from $10 to $29. 

Spring training season ticket holders continue to enjoy discounted package pricing for the 14-game spring schedule at Charlotte Sports Park as well as the best seating locations. Fans interested in placing a $100 deposit for spring training season tickets can do so by visiting raysbaseball.com/springtraining or by calling 888-FAN-RAYS. All individuals who have placed a deposit will be contacted in January to select their seats. 

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