Rays Playoff Games Won’t Clash With Bucs

September 28th, 2010

What a night! Joe’s a big Rays fan, like most of his readers, and the Rays are in the playoffs. Tonight’s win was the first of hopefully five celebrations for Rays fans everywhere and especially at the widly popular JoeRaysFan.com.

A look at the 2010 postseason Major League Baseball schedule reveals that no American League playoff games will be played on Sunday, Oct. 17 or Sunday, Oct. 24, when the Bucs have home games against the Saints and Rams, respectively.

This is good news for fans who love the Bucs and the Rays.

Sadly, Joe doubts the scheduling will help the Bucs avoid television blackouts for those two games. And loads of people soon spending fat cash on baseball playoff tickets won’t bode well for the Bucs selling tickets in these challenging economic times.

3 Responses to “Rays Playoff Games Won’t Clash With Bucs”

  1. Gatorbuc15 Says:

    The scheduling might not help, but it definitely won’t hurt.

    Go Bucs & Rays!

  2. pete I Says:

    If it weren’t for the Steelers fans that game would have been nowhere near a sell out. The stadium was mostly but only because of one reason.

    And don’t anybody kid themselves the Saints fans don’t travel as well as the Steelers.

    Go Rays!

  3. pete I Says:

    Sorry supposed to be

    The stadium was mostly FULL but only because of one reason.