The Tampa Bay Rays have had little trouble scoring runs in their last two games.
They hope to continue that production at the plate and give ace David Price the support he's lacked of late.
Price makes his third bid to join the major league leaders with 15 wins and help the Rays extend their winning streak to five games Saturday night against the Minnesota Twins at Target Field.
Tampa Bay (60-52) completed a sweep of Toronto with a 7-1 win Thursday, then opened a 10-game trip with a 12-6 victory at Minnesota on Friday. Matt Joyce hit a three-run homer and Jose Molina had three RBIs as the Rays won their third straight and ninth in 13 games on the road.
Though Tampa Bay ranks near the bottom of the majors with 460 runs, it feels rejuvenated since star Evan Longoria returned this week after missing more than three months with a torn hamstring.
"If it gives anyone in here a little bit of an edge or a lift or whatever, then I guess I'm doing my job," said Longoria, who is 5 for 15 ...