Six runs. In three games, the Toronto Blue Jays held the Tampa Bay Rays, the highest-scoring team in the big leagues, to just six runs thanks to outstanding starts from Alek Manoah, José Berríos, and Robbie Ray. In a just world, this would’ve been a sweep, but thanks to the combined efforts of Drew Rasmussen and what can only be described as a biblical amount of bad batted ball luck, the Jays had to settle for taking two out of three. My feelings on this can be summed up in a single Against Me! song.
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