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Rays Could Look Outside Downtown Tampa For New Ballpark With Troubles Continuing

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 17 / 17

It is proving "harder than expected to put together the land needed" for a Rays ballpark near downtown Tampa, and now local officials are "exploring another option" on Tampa's west side, according to Steve Contorno of the TAMPA BAY TIMES. But even if all the pieces come together, Hillsborough C...

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