True autograph hounds will want to exit the stadium and head over to the batting cage building in the right field corner.
Rays players exiting the cages will sign for the fans at the fence next to them.
But the Rangers bolted for Arizona following the 2002 season and Port Charlotte was forced to find another Major League tenant.
Take I-75 to Exit 179 (Toledo Blade Blvd) and go west for approximately 6.3 miles.
Turn right onto State Route 776 (El Jobean Road) and the stadium is 1.5 miles ahead on the left.
Limited standing room can be found on the concourse above the berm down the first base line, which also has many picnic tables on it.
Rows for stadium sections range as follows: 1 to 7 in sections 101-102; 6 to 7 in section 103; 8 to 10 in sections 104-105; 1 to 7 in sections 106-107; 1 to 10 in section 108; 1 to 7 in sections 109-110; 8 to 10 in sections 111-112; 6 to 7 in section 113; 1 to 7 in sections 114-115; 1 to 16 in sections 201-206; 7 in section 207; 1 to 7 in sections 208-211; 1 to 16 in sections 212-218 The park is small enough that no seat is far away from the field, nor are any obstructed.
The highlight of the extensive renovations is the Baseball Boardwalk, a 19,000 square foot wooden walkway that extends around the outfield and houses a tiki bar.
And to top off all the changes, the stadium was given a new name: Charlotte Sports Park.
Fans of the visiting team should congregate on the area of berm closest to the tarp down the left field line. Clubhouses for both teams are in right field and players walk down that line to get to them.
The berm and grandstand section beyond the first base dugout are good places to get a few signatures.
Fans enter the ballpark through one of three gates.