Tampa Bay Rays Baseline Boxes
Tampa Bay Rays Baseline Boxes are located in small sections in the corners of right and left field. The Tropicana Field seating chart shows the Rays Baseline Boxes placed just behind the Corona Beach Bar and Checkers Cafe next to both outfield corners.
The Tampa Bay Rays Baseline Boxes are small sections that only 10 total sections split amongst 8 section numbers. The design of Tropicana Field present an odd perspective for many fans in the Rays Baseline Boxes. While very close to the field for such affordable seats, the low height from the field coupled with relatively far distance to the infield makes it difficult to follow the action. Both the pitching delivery and batting motion are impossible to pick-up from the front half of every Rays Baseline Box section. However, any action in the outfield is quite clear and balls hit towards the close outfield corner provide an exhilarating rush of excitement for baseball fans.
Baseball fans should examine the Tampa Bay Rays seating chart and consider Rays tickets in the Rays Home Plate Club, Rays Hancock Bank Club, Rays Fieldside Boxes, Rays Lower Infield Boxes, Rays Lower Boxes, Rays Press Level, Rays Baseline Boxes, Rays Outfield, Rays Upper Boxes, Rays Upper Reserved, and Rays Party Deck.
Rays Baseline Box tickets are sold in both full and partial season tickets as well as through individual game tickets by the Tampa Bay Rays. The price of Rays tickets changes each season, so compare the amount charged by the team against charged by ticket brokers and independent ticket websites. Interestingly, because few of the Rays Baseline Box tickets are owned by season ticket holders, the Tropicana Field box office is often the best place to purchase Rays Baseline Box tickets. The secondary market for Tropicana Field Baseline Box tickets is relatively efficient, so expect to pay more for the very first row and back half sections of Rays Baseline Boxes.
View from the Tampa Bay Rays Baseline Boxes at Tropicana Field