Tampa Bay Rays Postseason History

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Tampa Bay Rays Postseason Results

Year Record Result
2024 25-26 Season Ongoing
2023 99-63 Lost AL Wild Card Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2022 86-76 Lost AL Wild Card Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2021 100-62 Lost AL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2020 40-20 Lost World Series (Won 3 Rounds)
2019 96-66 Lost AL Divisional Series (Won 1 Round)
2018 90-72 Missed Playoffs
2017 80-82 Missed Playoffs
2016 68-94 Missed Playoffs
2015 80-82 Missed Playoffs
2014 77-85 Missed Playoffs
2013 92-71 Lost AL Divisional Series (Won 1 Round)
2012 90-72 Missed Playoffs
2011 91-71 Lost AL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2010 96-66 Lost AL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)
2009 84-78 Missed Playoffs
2008 97-65 Lost World Series (Won 2 Rounds)
2007 66-96 Missed Playoffs
2006 61-101 Missed Playoffs
2005 67-95 Missed Playoffs
2004 70-91 Missed Playoffs
2003 63-99 Missed Playoffs
2002 55-106 Missed Playoffs
2001 62-100 Missed Playoffs
2000 69-92 Missed Playoffs
1999 69-93 Missed Playoffs
1998 63-99 Missed Playoffs

Tampa Bay Rays History

Overview

The Tampa Bay Rays have played a total of 27 seasons. Their first season was in 1998, and their most recent season was in 2024.

Have the Tampa Bay Rays gone by any other names?

Yes. Between 1998 and 2007, the team was known as the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
In 2008, the team changed their name to the Tampa Bay Rays.

What division do the Tampa Bay Rays play in?

The Tampa Bay Rays currently play in the East Division of the American League, aka the AL East.

What was the best start to a Rays season?

The best start to a Rays season was the 2023 Tampa Bay Rays, who started the season 13-0. The second best starts to a Rays season was the 2002 Tampa Bay Devil Rays, the 2012 Tampa Bay Rays and the 2022 Tampa Bay Rays, who all started the season with 3 wins.

What was the worst start to a Rays season?

The worst start to a Rays season was the 2011 Tampa Bay Rays, who started the season at 0-6. The second worst starts to a Rays season was the 2005 Tampa Bay Devil Rays, the 2006 Tampa Bay Devil Rays, the 2015 Tampa Bay Rays and the 2016 Tampa Bay Rays, who all started the season with 2 losses.

When was the last time the Rays were in the playoffs?

The Tampa Bay Rays last made the playoffs in 2023, when they lost the AL Wild Card Series. They've been in the playoffs a total of 9 times in their 27 seasons.

When was the last time the Rays missed the playoffs?

The Tampa Bay Rays last missed the playoffs in 2018.

When was the last time the Rays won a playoff series?

In 2020, the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Houston Astros in the AL Championship Series.

When was the last time the Rays won a postseason game?

The Tampa Bay Rays last won a postseason game on Oct 7, 2021, when they had a 5-0 win against the Boston Red Sox in the AL Divisional Series. Since then, the Rays have lost 7 straight postseason games.

When was the last time the Rays lost a playoff series?

In 2023, the Tampa Bay Rays lost to the Texas Rangers in the AL Wild Card Series.

What years did the Rays make the World Series?

The Tampa Bay Rays have appeared in the World Series 2 times, in 2008 and 2020.

How many World Series have the Rays won?

The Tampa Bay Rays have never won a World Series. The closest they came to winning a World Series was in 2008 and 2020 when they lost the World Series.

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