One team, two cities??

I've never seen anything like this! A Major League Baseball team is considering splitting their time between two different home fields. Could that work?

Major League Baseball has reportedly given the Tampa Bay Rays permission to explore playing in both Tampa AND Montreal. The idea is basically to play the early part of the season in Florida and the second part of the season in Montreal. The Rays are second-to-last in MLB attendance and last month, play a home game in front of less than 6,000 people (I've been to high school events with more people than that).

I'm just not sure how it would work! First, how can fans get jazzed up for a team that they share with another team? Also, from a logistics standpoint, where do the team and staff live?? This also could be a negotiating tactic, who knows.

 

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