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The 2019 baseball season is not over just yet but it’s never too early to prepare for another year for a shot to play in the World Series. Although the Tampa Bay Rays are in the midst of the 2019 playoff race, we can still look forward to next year as the MLB release the 2020 regular season schedule.

March 26th will be the Rays home opener versus the Pittsburgh Pirates at Tropicana Field for a three game home series followed by another three game home series versus the New York Yankees before heading on the road to face-off against the Texas Rangers. Their first home series against the Boston Red Sox will take Place between June 9th to June 11th, a series you do not want to miss. From July 3rd to July 5th the Rays will be in the Windy City (Chicago, IL) to take on the Chicago Cubs and former Rays manager Joe Maddon, who left the Rays after the 2014 season. The 2020 regular season will end off with some highly important games with 13 of their last 17 games will be against the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees.

Check out the full schedule HERE!

Tickets are not on sale just yet but we are already planning…

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