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About Those Offensive Numbers

Let's just go point by point:

- Carl Crawford's OPS jumped .023 points after last night's game, from .723 to .746.

- The team went from averaging 4.52 R/G to 4.66 R/G.

- All nine players scored a run in the 10 run fifth inning.

- Despite outscoring the Marlins by a dozen, the Rays only left two more men on base than the Fish.

- If the Rays can win the series wrap it'll mark the first road sweep of the season and a 5-1 season series victory for the Rays, a franchise best against the innerstate rival.