David Archuleta Singing at Tampa Rays -vs- Boston Red Socks Series Opener

The Boston Red Sox and Tampa Bay Rays will battle for the right to represent the American League at the World Series when the best- of-seven ALCS gets underway on Friday at Tropicana Field Tomorrow night (Friday, October 10th) starting at 8:37 PM on TBS. During the 7th inning stretch Jive Records recording artist, David Archuleta, will take the field to perform his rendition of “God Bless America” for an expected capacity crowd. In 2007, the Rays added four new video boards to Tropicana Field. The main video board in right field is 35 feet high and 64 feet wide, making it more than four times larger than the previous board. This ProStar video board from Daktronics will provide the video content from David Archuleta’s live performance.

Tropicana Field is located at
One Tropicana Drive
St. Petersburg, FL 33705


Credit: ronaldsanfran


~ by archuletafanscene on October 9, 2008.

6 Responses to “David Archuleta Singing at Tampa Rays -vs- Boston Red Socks Series Opener”

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  2. No one can sing it better. Definately will be listening for that performance.

  3. I’ve heard him sing it on youtube when he was younger. It was amazing even at a young age so this upcoming performance would be stirring and awesome. I can’t wait to experience it again on youtube. I hope somebody gets to post it quickly. I’ve been craving for live perfornmances from him. I don’t mind if he sings the national anthem again because Archuleta always does it better.

  4. He will be amazing as usual, they better televise this!!!!We love you David<3

  5. Great news!

  6. That was just beatiful, I got everyone I know from Florida to watch and they were just in awe of David.. Chills!!

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