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Tampa Bay Rays News and Links: Tomorrow is Here

Bauers notches career HR number 1, Willy Adames drives in two in his return, Yarbrough garners a “normal” start, and Diego Castillo is just plain filthy.

MLB: Toronto Blue Jays at Tampa Bay Rays Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The Tampa Bay Rays have seemingly decided to drop the pedal to the metal and bring this sucker to 88 MPH, because we are in the future and the future is now. The Rays returned to 3rd place in the AL East beating the Blue Jays with a lineup that had Willy Adames penciled in at SS and Jake Bauers at 1B. If all goes well, those two will be manning positions 6 and 3 for many years to come and yesterday was just the start.

Willy Adames found a hole and drove in Jake Bauers on an RBI single, but it was his good friend Jake who had the big highlight of the two.

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