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"I don't think the catwalks are really going to determine the game," Tampa Bay outfielder Jonny Gomes said. "I think it's more the visibility. It's tough."
"We saw some bloop hits fall against Boston. The gaps are real tough to play with the lights here. It's going to be interesting. It's definitely home field advantage. We do know how to play here."
Phillies outfielder Jayson Werth said the team did "10 times" more practice work than usual at the Trop.
"The catwalks made it different," Manuel said. "Popups and fly balls, you've got to get used to. When you look at the beams in the roof and stuff, the ball will go up there sometime and get in there and you've got to follow the ball. You can't take your eyes off of it."
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