Rays break loose in 10th Sunday, beat Twins 7-3
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Evan Longoria is back on the field, and the Tampa Bay Rays are back in the AL East race.
Jeff Keppinger hit a tiebreaking grounder after the All-Star third baseman was intentionally walked in a four-run, 10th inning, and the Rays beat the Minnesota Twins 7-3 Sunday to improve to 6-0 since Longoria returned from a three-month layoff.
"I believe in all these guys," manager Joe Maddon said. "I like the energy with which we're playing."
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