SAN DIEGO (AP) — The Tampa Bay Rays finally fell in San Diego, though they didn’t dwell too much on their loss.
It’s hard to be down when the rest of their road trip was perfect.
“If you go 5-1 on the road you have to be happy with that,” the Rays’ Tommy Pham said. “Now we have to take that same effort home and play some great baseball.”
Cal Quantrill contributed with his arm and bat as the Padres beat Tampa Bay for the first time in over nine years, topping the Rays 7-2 on Wednesday.
San Diego had lost nine in a row to the Rays overall since June 23, 2010, in