Evan Longoria blasts the Rays to victory in B.J. Upton's final game with the team.
The Rays offense came alive again last night, blasting four home runs and giving the Rays an easy victory. Nevertheless, the Rays stood pat in the Wild Card standings.
Not capitalizing on early opportunities from Gavin Floyd now place the Rays playoff hopes in someone else's hands.
The Rays won a tight contest against Chicago with power from Longo and Scott, grit (and wildness) from Shields, and a healthy dose of luck (destiny). They now control their own fate in the wildcard race.
Just when the Rays need it more, they get a dominant pitching performance and just enough offense to win it. Doesn't that feel so good?
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