Progress Energy Park Tickets
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By utilizing Progress Energy Park, the Tampa Bay Devil Rays are the first Major League Baseball team to train in their host city since the St. Louis Cardinals and the Philadelphia Athletics did so in 1919. As you can imagine, by having the same hometown fans in a much more intimate, 6,500-person venue, Progress Energy Park tickets and Devil Ray tickets for spring training are always a hot commodity and a favorite among the locals. But if you want the easiest way to find them, then you want Gotickets.com, the internet’s best source for popular and hard-to-find sports tickets, concert tickets, theater tickets, and event ticket packages.
But Progress Energy Park—Home of Al Lang Field—is in its ninth decade of service to the surrounding St. Petersburg area, but the Tampa Bay Devil Rays haven’t been around for near that amount of time. So as you can imagine, Al Lang Field has seen its share of baseball history. In the past, the stadium has offered Nationals tickets, Braves tickets, Yankees tickets, and Cardinals tickets. Baseball tickets for Al Lang Field have offered glimpses of Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, and Mickey Mantle, just to name a few of America’s national pastime’s mythic heroes to take the field in St. Petersburg. Of course, today Progress Energy Park tickets will continue to get you into games featuring today’s baseball greats. Goticekts.com has Red Sox tickets, Braves tickets, Yankees tickets, and more as these teams head down to St. Petersburg to prepare for the season against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Use Gotickets now to secure your next Major League Baseball tickets, spring training tickets, and Devil Rays tickets with Progress Energy Park tickets, so you and your family can prepare to ‘Play Ball.’