Joe Maddon is the manager for the Tampa Bay Rays, and boy does he like his slogans. One of his slogans is “9=8”, which roughly means “9 players who play 9 innings hard every day, would become one of 8 teams to make it in the post-season”.
Being at #24 in our UFE (Urine Feces Everywhere) sanitation ranking system is pretty good (#1 is the worst and #30 is the best). With the facility being overall clean and with the bathrooms being fan friendly, Tampa Bay has had a pretty good season so far with UFE.
“The restroom was very clean and well built; with optimal spacing between the urinals and sinks there was clear viewing of patrons that washed their hands, thus decreasing the number that did not,” our lead UFE rep stated. “It is much harder to pass up washing your hands when the sinks are easily accessible as you are exiting the restroom,” explained the UFE rep. Being able to navigate through a restroom is very important and sometimes overlooked by some people.
In some ballparks, our team found themselves in crowded environments where people were pushing to get in and rushing to get out. Those were where the biggest offenders were located, but here at Tampa Bay, they seem to be heading in the right direction.
Here’s a mantra for you Maddon; Tampa Bay Rays = UFE passed.