As seen on St Pete Catalyst “Tampa Bay sports return: Rays, Lightning looking at digital innovations”
A lot of changes are ahead when the Tampa Bay Rays open their shortened 60-game season July 24 at Tropicana Field.
The Rays and other Major League Baseball teams have had to adapt to play ball in the midst of a Covid-19 pandemic, said Bill Walsh, vice president of strategy and development for the Rays.
Walsh and other innovation leaders from the Tampa Bay Lightning, Orlando Magic and Diamond View Studios took part in Wednesday’s Connections to Innovations panel hosted by the Florida-Israel Business Accelerator, a Tampa-based business development program.
Professional sports came to a standstill when the pandemic hit. Now as sporting events gear back up, the teams have to take into account fan and player safety.
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