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Rays Release 2021 Promotional Schedule, Throwback Jersey Dates

AL Championship trophy replica, a promotional item for the Rays in 2021
The Tampa Bay Rays will be giving out a replica American League Championship trophy as part of their promotional schedule in 2021 (photo: Tampa Bay Rays)

With fans returning to Tropicana Field for the 2021 season, the Tampa Bay Rays Tuesday announced the schedule of promotional items that will be available this year.

The opening series of the year on April 9-11 against the New York Yankees will feature a 2021 schedule magnet for all fans, while supplies last.

The remainder of the 2021 season promotional schedule follows:

Date Opponent Item Availability
April 13 Texas AL Championship Replica Trophy All Fans
May 29 Philadelphia Car Flag All Fans
May 30 Philadelphia Kevin Kiermaier Snapback Hat Fans 14 & Under
June 9 Washington Willy Adames Audio Bobblehead All Fans
June 13 Baltimore Raymond Jersey Keychain Fans 14 & Under
June 26 Los Angeles Angels Brandon Lowe Bobblehead All Fans
June 27 Los Angeles Angels Willy Adames Headband Fans 14 & Under
July 6 Cleveland Austin Meadows Bobblehead All Fans
July 11 Toronto Ugly Sweater Socks Fans 14 & Under
July 31 Boston Randy Arozarena Bobblehead All Fans
August 1 Boston Rays Baseball Cards Fans 14 & Under
August 21 Chicago White Sox Tyler Glasnow Bobblehead All Fans
August 22 Chicago White Sox Sports Bracelet Fans 14 & Under
September 4 Minnesota MLB Network Tote Bag All Fans
September 5 Minnesota Arm Sleeve Fans 14 & Under

All promotional items are available while supplies last.

The team will also wear the throwback white “Devil Rays” jerseys for five Saturday games this season: May 29 (Philadelphia), June 26 (Los Angeles Angels), July 31 (Boston), August 21 (Chicago White Sox), and September 25 (Miami).

Written By

Steve Carney is the founder and publisher of St. Pete Nine. One of the people most associated with baseball coverage in Tampa Bay, he spent 13 seasons covering the Rays for flagship radio station WDAE, first as producer of Rays Radio broadcasts, then as beat reporter beginning in 2011. He likes new analytics and aged bourbon, and is the owner of one of the ugliest knuckleballs ever witnessed by baseball scouts.

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