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Tampa Bay Devil Rays: Raymond

 

On June 21, 1998, Raymond a blue colored fuzzy monster made his debut as the club’s mascot preceding the Devil Rays-Red Sox game at Tropicana Field. Raymond became the Ray’s adorable lucky charm and joined the Rays after spending many seasons with the Gulf of Mexico Devil Rays. He serves the dual purpose. He is used as a catcher for honorary first pitches and as an entertainer. He has endowed helpful run support off the top of the home dugout and the Batter's Eye Restaurant as Rally Ray.  

Weight: 305

Bats: Right

Throws: Right

Fun Fact: Raymond has steadily increased his hot-dogs-per-game-average (HDPG), which now stands at a team-leading 14.8

 

 

 

 The Tampa Bay Devil Rays is a Major League Baseball team with its roots in St. Petersburg, Florida. The team is placed in the Easter Division of the American League. Their home ballpark is the Tropicana Field. The team is just a beginner and was founded in 1998 as a part of American League expansion. From their inception in 1998, the club played second-rate baseball and always finished in last place in their respective Division.

In 2003, the team signed manager Lou Piniella. In 1990s he proved to be very promising for the Seattle Mariners. In 2004, the Mariners compiled a 42-41 record (.506) in their first 83 games, staying within 5 games for the American League wild card.

 

 

The club’s logo has the words “TAMPA BAY” superimposed on a devil ray. The players contend in black, forest green, purple, and white colored jersey. The current stars of the Mariners are Danys Baez, Rocco Baldelli, Rob Bell, Geoff Blum, Devon Brazelton, Jorge Cantu, Carl Crawford, Jose Cruz Jr., Brook Fordyce, Joey Gathright, John Halama, Toby Hall, Mark Hendrickson, Scott Kazmir, Aubrey Huff, Julio Lugo, Tino Martinez, Rey Sanchez, Jorge Sosa, B.J. Upton.

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