A press release from the good people of FieldTurf (via MarketWatch) lists the winners of the 2008 FieldTurf Baseball Awards.
There were four awards:
MLB Team of the Year - Tampa Bay Rays
NCAA Division I-A Coach of the Year - Mike Batesole of Fresno State
NCAA Division I-AA Coach of the Year - Ed Servais of Creighton
NCAA Team of the Year - Fresno State
So, why did Tampa Bay win instead of Philadelphia? Perhaps this explains it (emphasis mine):
TAMPA BAY RAYS (MLB) -- Without a doubt, the success story of the year, the Tampa Bay Rays went from a last place finish in 2007 to first place atop the toughest division in baseball. The Rays rode their 2008 regular season success all the way to the World Series. They hosted games 1 and 2 of the first World Series to ever be played on an infilled turf baseball field at Tropicana (FieldTurf).
I'm not sure how you qualify for NCAA Division I-AA in baseball as there is no such classification. The NCAA just uses Division I, II, and III. The Division II champ last year was Mount Olive and the Division III champ was Trinity of Connecticut.