Rays see lowest playoff attendance since 1919

Rays see lowest playoff attendance since 1919

The AL Wild Card Series opener between the Rangers and Rays drew just 19,704 fans to Tropicana Field on Tuesday, the lowest for a postseason game since the 1919 World Series other than during the COVID-19 pandemic.


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