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Topic - tampa bay rays
On a night Tampa Bay and Boston got along on the field, the Rays were punchless at the plate.
It was only fitting that a batter who was by a pitch scored the winning run.
A few relaxing words from David Ortiz helped get Rubby De La Rosa in the right frame of mind for his first start in nearly three years.
Yunel Escobar and Sean Rodriguez of the Tampa Bay Rays and Boston Red Sox left fielder Jonny Gomes were ejected Sunday after both benches and bullpens emptied and a scuffle took place on the field involving most of the players.
The Boston Red Sox haven't lost eight straight games since Bobby Valentine was their manager.
This time the walkoff win took 15 innings. The Rays will take it, though.
Cole Figueroa's first big league RBI was a big one.
Hisashi Iwakuma pitched eight innings of shutout ball.
Now in his 10th season, Felix Hernandez accomplished a first on Monday night.
The Tampa Bay Rays had a difficult decision to make: What was more encouraging, Erik Bedard's performance or the offense's breakout night?
Mike Aviles had a nice sacrifice bunt in the sixth inning that didn't result in any runs. One inning later he swung away with great results.
So much stuff happened, Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon lost track. Especially after he got ejected.
David Ortiz held his hands up, as if to the heavens, wondering about the cold weather and his cool bat.
The Chicago White Sox are among the major league leaders for offense.
Cesar Ramos helped keep his teammates off the field on a cold night.