Rays hang on by furious finish, kick Blue Jays in 10

August 24, 2014 - photo frame

TORONTO — It wasn’t easy or pretty, yet a Rays hung on for a 2-1 10-inning win over a Blue Jays on Sunday.

The Rays went forward in a tip of a 10th when Evan Longoria singled in Ben Zobrist, yet Logan Forsythe was thrown out perplexing to measure on a play. There was a replay examination to see if a image was blocked — that it looked to be — yet a call was confirmed. Zobrist reached on a leadoff walk, afterwards Forsythe followed with a fly round to right that Nolan Reimold somehow missed.

The Jays rallied in a bottom half. Juan Francisco strike a delayed drum to a right side that Forsythe fielded, yet his chuck eluded initial baseman James Loney, putting a restraining run on second. Then Rays reliever Brad Boxberger fielded Munenori Kawasaki’s bunt and threw far-reaching of first. But Boxberger came back, removing Jose Reyes on a tainted popup that Longoria held opposite a side wall, Melky Cabrera on a shoal popup that Forsythe ran down in shoal right and Reimold on a strikeout.

After wasting steady opportunities, a Rays left with a win that softened them to 64-66.

The Rays took a 1-0 lead in a first. Zobrist doubled with one out, went to third on a furious representation from Jays starter Drew Hutchison that was also round 4 to Matt Joyce and scored when Longoria hustled down a line to kick a chuck on what would have been an inning-ending double play.

Rays starter Chris Archer done that mount adult until a seventh, pitching his approach in and out of difficulty during several junctures. Most steep was in a fifth, when a Jays had runners on second and third with one out after a singular by Dioner Navarro and a double to right by Francisco. Archer struck out No. 9 hitter Kawasaki, afterwards got leadoff male Reyes to fly to center.

But a Jays finally pennyless by and tied it in a seventh. Navarro, a former Rays catcher, singled with one out, went to third when Colby Rasmus singled afterwards scored on a weal fly to right by Francisco.

Archer finished adult with a plain outing, permitting a one run on 6 hits over 7 innings, walking one and distinguished out six. He also warranted a shave on a highlights with an all-out, despite unsuccessful, headfirst dive for a tainted round nearby a Rays dugout.

The Rays had a primary possibility to take a lead in a ninth when Wil Myers and Yunel Escobar started a support with back-to-back singles, and a Curt Casali weal bunt changed them to third and second.

But they unsuccessful to even put a round in play after that. Pinch-hitter Brandon Guyer took a called third strike that he suspicion was round 4 from lefty Brett Cecil, afterwards Desmond Jennings struck out.

That left a Rays 0-for-8 with runners in scoring position, and 6 of their 9 group left on during second or third.

The Rays left after a diversion for Baltimore, where they open a four-game array with a American League East-leading Orioles on Monday.

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