Apr 8, 2012

Tampa Bay Rays 162 Landing Exhibit

For many teams it takes many decades to build a long, rich history. The Tampa Bay Rays got off to a little bit of a slow start after their inauguration, but have been on a tear over the past 5 years. Just as important in building a history is documenting it, and the Rays organization did a great job of recording the excitement of Game 162 with their new 162 Landing exhibit. Below we have documented the exhibit in pictures. If you are interested in checking it out at Tropicana Field, it is located in left field behind the visitors bullpen.
Spot where Longoria's Game 162 game winning ball landed.
162 Landing
162 Landing Exhibit
7:53 PM - Yankees go up 4-0.
8:35PM - Red Sox go up by 1 in the 5th.
8:51PM - With a homerun, Yankees have a 98% chance to win.
9:33PM - Rain Delay in Baltimore begins.
10:21 PM - Rays reduce the Yankee's lead to 4.
10:23PM - Longoria's 3 run homer brings the Rays within one.
10:47PM - Dan Johnson's dramatic homerun ties the game.
11:17PM Red Sox fail to capitalize when Scutaro is thrown out at home.
12:02AM - Robert Andino hits the game winner for the Orioles.
12:05AM - Evan Longoria hits the game winner.
12:06AM - Tampa Bay goes wild!
0.01% Playoff Odds? No Problem!

1 comment:

  1. Excellent summary of the nights events. Best 162 night of baseball in the history of baseball.

    Go Rays!

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