Cocky Pigeons Think They Can Just Walk On The Field During Rays Game

A trio of pigeons hung out in the infield of Tropicana Field during tonight's Royals-Rays game. They thought they owned the place, strutting around and bobbing their heads with no regard for the baseball going on. » 7/07/14 9:55pm 7/07/14 9:55pm

Idiot On The Field At The Trop Gets To Second Base In Just His Undies

I know we are, by definition, dealing with idiots but I just can't find the benefit in stripping down to your skivvies before taking off for such a no-doubt-about-it losing situation. Especially when the surface is artificial turf. » 9/16/13 9:39pm 9/16/13 9:39pm

Fan Gets Ejected From Tropicana Field For Urinating In The Stands

Last night's series-ending Red Sox-Rays bout in St. Pete featured a literal "wicked pissah," a man whom I watched with my own eyes pee in the stands and be escorted out of the stadium for the evil act of public micturition. » 5/17/13 3:00pm 5/17/13 3:00pm

A Toothbrush-Wielding Red Sox Fan Was Ejected From Tropicana Field This…

There are myriad ways to earn ejection from a major league ballpark, and most of them are punctuated by overconsumption of alcohol. That appears to be the cause of this incident from Saturday's Red Sox-Rays game in St. Pete, as a Red Sox fan quickly found herself parked outside after a bizarre interlude Rays fan… » 7/16/12 1:00pm 7/16/12 1:00pm

Stray Bullet Falls Through Tropicana Field Roof, Hits Fan

During a game against the Marlins two weekends ago, a Rays fan visiting from the Florida panhandle felt something strike his leg. It hit so hard, he thought it was a foul ball. But another fan nearby rooted around on the ground and came up with a bullet. » 6/27/12 10:50am 6/27/12 10:50am

Rays Fans Demand Less Cowbell

The big debate in the Tampa Bay area: could the cowbell fad, still going strong at Rays games, actually be keeping fans away? Or could it be a horrible stadium, stingy management, and lovely weather? Nah, cowbells. [St. Pete Times] » 4/13/10 1:30am 4/13/10 1:30am

This Is Now The Most Happening Place To Be In All Of Tampa Bay

Because it's St. Pete, and it's always 70 degrees and gorgeous, no one wants to go to a Rays game on a Friday evening. That's all changing, as the team plans to turn the Trop into a "baseball nightclub." » 3/16/10 1:30am 3/16/10 1:30am