The Tampa Bay Rays beat the Royals 3-2 on Sunday to deny Kansas City a sweep of the three-game series. The game turned in the eighth inning when the Rays completed a double play as Tampa Bay catcher Rene Rivera (second from right) tagged out Ben Zobrist (right), the potential tying run, then batter Kendrys Morales after Morales hit a groundball down the first-base line that was ruled fair.
The Tampa Bay Rays beat the Royals 3-2 on Sunday to deny Kansas City a sweep of the three-game series. The game turned in the eighth inning when the Rays completed a double play as Tampa Bay catcher Rene Rivera (second from right) tagged out Ben Zobrist (right), the potential tying run, then batter Kendrys Morales after Morales hit a groundball down the first-base line that was ruled fair. MIKE CARLSON The Associated Press
The Tampa Bay Rays beat the Royals 3-2 on Sunday to deny Kansas City a sweep of the three-game series. The game turned in the eighth inning when the Rays completed a double play as Tampa Bay catcher Rene Rivera (second from right) tagged out Ben Zobrist (right), the potential tying run, then batter Kendrys Morales after Morales hit a groundball down the first-base line that was ruled fair. MIKE CARLSON The Associated Press
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