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Raise hit three home runs in the fifth inning and won the Blue Jays three times in a row.

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Shane Baz hit a 7 in 6 innings, Harold Ramirez and Landia Rosarena hit a 2-run home run, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 7-3 on Sunday afternoon.

Ji-man Choi has added Solo Homer to the Rays' three hits in a five-game series of rubber matches.

Buzz (1-1) allowed one run, seven hits and two walks as Rays won three straight games after losing in the first two games of the series.

Toronto's right-handed Ross Stripling (4-3) allowed 4 runs (3 wins), 7 hits and 1 walk while hitting 3 in 4 2/3 innings.

Ramirez and Choi are singles with 2 outs at a time. Isaac Paredes moved up to 3rd place with Ramirez scoring a goal due to Matt Chapman's slow error.

George Springer led the bottom of the third with a double, scoring a goal in Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s one-out single and drawing a one-on-one match in Toronto.

Raise did most of the damage by recording 6 runs for the 5th time. Taylor Walls led the double and scored with Yandy Diaz's one-out single. Yandy Diaz was thrown out trying to take second place. Wander Franco became a single by two points, and Ramirez put his fourth home run this season on the left.

Trent Thornton replaced stripping and allowed Hee-seop Choi to hit his seventh home run this season. After that, Paredes hit a single, and Arosalena hit her eighth home run this year.

Toronto's Trevor Richards, who has been on the list of stiff shoulder injuries since June 18, played in the match on June 6 and won a one-on-one walk and a single. did. 1/3 inning.

Raise's Christopher Ogand took a walk at the bottom of the seventh round of his major league debut. He allowed Lourdes Gurriel Jr.'s double and Chapman's sacrifice fly for the eighth time.

Shawn Armstrong entered the match in 9th place, allowing Cavan Biggio and Bo Bichette to singles, followed by a single RBI double for Guerrero. Teoscar Hernandez walked to load the base. Jason Adam took over to win his third save with two strikeouts.

The Blue Jays' first base coach, Mark Badzinski, wasn't on the team after his 17-year-old daughter Julia died on Saturday.

– Field-level media