Blue Jays Vs. Rays Final Score: Tampa Bay Holds On For 3-2 Win

The Tampa Bay Rays were able to hold off the Toronto Blue Jays on Wednesday evening for a 3-2 win and pick up the second game in a three game series.

The Blue Jays opened up the game taking an early 1-0 lead in the third inning thanks to an Edwin Encarnacion sacrifice fly, knocking in Rajai Davis. The Rays quickly tied the game on a B.J. Upton double. Evan Longoria, who's been on the DL for the past while, gave the Rays the lead on a double play ball that knocked Upton in to score.

The Rays added another run in the third inning to push their lead to 3-1. In the top of the ninth, it looked like the Blue Jays might make a late surge with a David Cooper homerun, cutting into the lead, but the Rays held on for a win.

For more on this and every series for the Tampa Bay Rays, please head over to DRaysBay. As always, you can check out SB Nation's MLB Baseball hub page for more on this and every Major League Baseball series.

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