After being victimized by Felix Hernandez's perfect game, the Rays poured 37 runs onto the Angels over the course of four games, a franchise record. The Rays completed the sweep Sunday with an 8-3 victory, topping Zack Greinke in an afternoon game, overcoming homers from Mike Trout and Albert Pujols.
The Rays will send Jeremy Hellickson to the mound to take on the Royals on Monday, who are coming off of a three-game sweep of their own over the Chicago White Sox.
In a late-June, three-game set between the two teams, the Royals swept the Rays, holding Tampa Bay to just six runs over the course of the series, and piling on 21 of their own.
The Rays come into the game trailing the Yankees by five games in the AL East.
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