Francisco Mejia hit a two-run home run and a solo shot, Isaac Paredes fired a three-run explosion, and the visiting Tampa Bay Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 11-5 on Saturday night to sweep the doubleheader. Did.
Paredes had four RBIs for the raise. Raise won the split after four games in the five-game series. Raise won the first game of Twinville on Saturday afternoon 6-2.
Bradley Zimmer had a two-run home run, and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit a solo shot in Toronto.
Toronto's right-handed Thomas Hatch (0-1) was summoned by Triple A Buffalo to make his first major appearance this season, allowing 10 runs, 12 hits, 2 walks and 4 strikeouts. did. 2/3 innings.
Rays' right-handed Drew Rasmussen made his first start since June 10 due to hamstring tensions, two runs (1 win) and five hits. , 2 walks, 4 strikeouts allowed. 2/3 innings without a decision.
Yandy Diaz made the first double opening, Wander Franco walked and Harold Ramirez hit the pitch. The run was scored when Ji-man Choi double-played and gave Tampa Bay a 1-0 lead.
Paredes hit a single and Media hit a double to make it 3-0.
Alejandro Kirk and Teoscar Hernandez opened the second bottom in the singles. Raimel Tapia bunted the runners in 2nd and 3rd place, and Matt Chapman hit a sacrifice fly.
Franco and Ramirez started third in the singles, and Choi walked to load the base of the raise. The run scored when Randy Arosalena double-played. Paredes hit a double RBI, but Taylor Walls hit a single RBI to make it 6-1.
Ramirez and Arosalena became singles, and Paredes hit his 13th home run in his fifth season. Mezia then hit a home run for the fifth time in the season, scoring 10-1.
Tapia led the 5th place on a walk, became 3rd in the Santiago Espinal ground rule double, and scored in a wild pitch walking in Cavan Biggio.
Diaz walked to start the sixth and scored Ramirez's double against Matt Gauge.
Guerrero hit his 19th home run this season, starting the bottom of the sixth round against Dusten Knight.
Espinal doubled and Zimmer hit his second home run in his seventh season.
Ralph Garza Jr. (2-2) avoided the bottom eight walks and singles, overcame nine singles and won the last two innings.
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