This game just got very, very ugly for the Rays. Chad Qualls took over for James Shields with two on and one out. Qualls proceeded to go 2-2 on Michael Young when he threw an outside slider at which Young appeared to offer, but an appeal down to first base said he didn't go around. The count went full, and the next pitch was an inside fastball that Young drilled deep to center field for a backbreaking three-run homer.
Replays certainly made it appear that Young may have committed on his check swing, and an infuriated Joe Maddon stormed out of the dugout to argue following the home run. Not surprisingly, Maddon was ejected once he said a few of the magic words.
It's now 5-0 Rangers, and the Rays are without both their starting pitcher and their manager. What fraction of the crowd is still making noise isn't making very happy ones.