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Today we look at the media contingent following the TAMPA BAY RAYS Newspaper- The largest paper in the city proper is the Tampa Tribune. Its online presence is part of Tampa Bay Online. The paper’s sports section includes special coverage of the Rays.  The beat is headed up by Roger Mooney, who also contribute on a
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