Tampa Bay scored three early runs, then did what they have done all season long — rattle off three late runs against the opposing bullpen — as the Rays defeated the Orioles once again, this time 6-3.
After mashing (and legging out) five homers en route to a 9-2 win over the Orioles on Monday, the Tampa Bay Rays look to continue their dominance over Baltimore tonight.
On Monday, the Tampa Bay Rays added another experienced option for the final six weeks of the regular season, signing right-hander David Robertson to a Major League contract.
Tampa Bay now quietly boasts the third-most home runs in the American League (157) — the seventh most in all of baseball — and they hit four more last night.
After winning four games in a row, the Tampa Bay Rays are ready to open up an important three-game set in Boston on Tuesday.