Tampa Bay’s offense hit pay dirt once again Saturday night, while the Rays’ bullpen limited Cleveland to a pair of runs en route to an 8-2 victory over the Guardians.
Not wanting to fall 2.5 behind the Boston Red Sox, who won their contest last night, the Tampa Bay Rays came from behind to defeat Atlanta, 7-6, in extra innings.
After getting off the schneid and snapping a seven-game skid on Wednesday, the Tampa Bay Rays will go for their first series win in three tries tonight at Tropicana Field.
Tyler Glasnow fired six shutout innings on Opening Day, while Austin Meadows hit a crucial eighth-inning homer, as the Tampa Bay Rays edged out the Miami Marlins on Thursday, 1-0.
Sound the horns and light up the roof, the Tampa Bay Rays snapped their five-game losing streak on Tuesday, defeating the Boston Red Sox, 5-1. The Rays will look for their sixth consecutive home win, and third consecutive series win, on Wednesday.