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Rays jump to early lead, spoil Giants’ home opener 5-2

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Rays spoil Giants' home opener – TSN.ca – Yandy Diaz and Kevin Kiermaier hit back-to-back home runs in the first inning and Tampa Bay spoiled the San Francisco Giants’ home opener with a 5-2 win Friday for the best start in Rays.

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Rays jump to early lead, spoil Giants' home opener 5-2 – Yandy Diaz and Kevin Kiermaier hit back-to-back home runs in the first inning and Tampa Bay spoiled the San Francisco Giants’ home opener with a 5-2 win Friday for the best start in Rays’ franchise history. The Rays (6-2) got four straight two-out hits in the first against Dereck Rodriguez (1-1).

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Rays jump to early lead, spoil Giants' home opener 5-2 – SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – None of the Tampa Bay Rays wanted to see their old pal Evan Longoria in the batter’s box with the game on the line in the ninth inning and two outs. This time, Longoria. Rays jump to early lead, spoil Giants’ home opener 5-2

Rays jump to early lead, spoil Giants' home opener 5-2 – Yandy Diaz and Kevin Kiermaier hit back-to-back home runs in the first inning and Tampa Bay spoiled the San Francisco Giants’ home opener with a 5-2 win Friday for the best start in Rays.

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Rays jump to early lead, spoil Giants’ home opener 5-2 – SAN FRANCISCO – None of the Tampa Bay Rays wanted to see their old pal Evan Longoria in the batter’s box with the game on the line in the ninth inning and two outs. This time, Longoria flied out to.

Rays jump to early lead, spoil Giants' home opener 5-2 – ESPN – Rays jump to early lead, spoil Giants’ home opener 5-2. yandy diaz and Kevin Kiermaier hit back-to-back home runs in the first inning and Tampa Bay spoiled the San Francisco Giants’ home opener.

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