Rays Vs. Blue Jays: Tampa Bay Looks To Bounce Back Against Toronto

The Tampa Bay Rays dropped the first game of their series in Toronto behind some questionable defense and their inability to keep the Blue Jays inside the park. Evan Longoria had three errors, Toronto had three home runs, and that added up to a 7-3 victory in Game 1. They'll get a chance to even the series on Wednesday in Game 2; first pitch is scheduled for 7:07 pm ET and the game can be found on Sun Sports.

Te pitching matchup could favor the Rays tonight, as David Price will toe the rubber against Brandon Morrow. Price hasn't been totally sharp so far this season, but he has managed to put together a 1-1 record, and his off game could be considered kind of a fluke. Morrow hasn't earned a decision yet this season either way, and has a 2.57 ERA.

We'll have plenty more on this series throughout the next few days on SB Nation Tampa Bay, so keep it locked to this StoryStream for all the latest news and updates. For more on this and every Tampa Bay Rays' series, head over to DRaysBay. And for some perspective from the other dugout you can check out Bluebird Banter, SB Nation's Toronto Blue Jays blog. And as always, you can check out SB Nation's Baseball Nation for more on this and every MLB series.

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