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Earlier known as the Devil Rays, the Tampa Bay Rays were named when Stuart Sternberg became the majority owner of the franchise. The very first player to be drafted in to the Devil Rays was Tony Saunders who used to play for the Florida Marlins. It is possible to get a Tony Saunders Autographed Leonard S Coleman National League Baseball as a tribute from the first ever player of this team. Before the start of the 1998 season the Devil Rays had drafted players like Wade Boggs and Wilson Alvarez.
The first game that the Devil Rays played as a team was in March of 1998. It was against the Detroit Tigers at the Tropicana fields. By the time it was the start of the 2003 season, the Devil Rays had traded, acquired and cast off players finally getting an impressive line-up of baseball stars. At the end of the season it was evident that they had invested wisely by inducting Rocco Baldelli who was a native of Rhode Island into the team. So it comes as no surprise that an item like Rocco Baldelli Boston Red Sox Offical Signed ML Ball would be of great demand.
Even with all star players, the Tampa Bay Devil Rays were not expected to achieve anything major. But they stunned everyone by the end of the 2004 season. The team won 70 games for the first time since their inception and reached the fourth place in the American League East. This came as a pleasant surprise and it seemed to mark the start of an amazing career path for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays as a team.