Tampa Bay Rays Attendance Data

Attendance Records for the Tampa Bay Rays

Baseball Almanac presents the Tampa Bay Rays attendance records for every season and ballpark in their history including home game averages, season totals, a league average for comparison & a link to a league total chart.

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"All the girls do anyway is ask, 'Where is Josh? (Hamilton)'" - Minor League rightfielder and teammate Carl Crawford

Tampa Bay Devil Rays Attendance

1998 - 2007

1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
30,942
21,601
18,008
16,026
13,158
13,070
16,139
14,052
16,901
17,148
2,506,023
1,562,827
1,479,782
1,298,075
1,065,762
1,058,695
1,275,011
1,124,189
1,369,031
1,389,031
2,298,169
2,286,874
2,262,557
2,346,071
2,207,891
2,191,745
2,340,422
2,360,452
2,458,741
2,527,968

Tampa Bay Rays Attendance

2008 - 2020

2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
22,259
23,147
23,025
18,879
19,255
18,646
17,858
15,890
15,879
15,670
14,258
14,552
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1,780,791
1,874,962
1,864,999
1,529,188
1,559,681
1,510,300
1,446,464
1,287,054
1,286,163
1,253,619
1,154,973
1,178,735
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2,464,986
2,305,178
2,289,427
2,333,812
2,384,555
2,306,065
2,299,409
2,323,798
2,336,365
2,290,907
2,161,376
2,039,521
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The largest crowd for a day game occurred on July 12, 1998 , when 43,373 fans turned up for a Tampa Bay Devil Rays versus New York Yankees game.

The largest crowd for a night game occurred on March 31, 1998 , when 45,369 fans turned up for a Tampa Bay Devil Rays versus Detroit Tigers game.

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