There's plenty the Tampa Bay Rays should feel good about from the three-game sweep they completed Sunday in Minnesota.
They can savor the offensive outpouring in Friday night's 13-hit, 12-6 romp from team that only a week ago went 21 straight innings without scoring a run.
They can point to David Price's 15th victory of the season in Saturday evening's 4-2 victory -- tying him for the major league lead --- or Fernando Rodney's 35th save in 36 chances, punctuated by his club-record 20th straight save.
But perhaps the Rays should even better about how they prevailed Sunday in a 10-inning, 7-3 triumph at Target Field.
They won ugly -- committing three errors to snap their impressive errorless streak of 10 games, hitting into three double-plays and going a paltry 3-for-8 with runners in scoring position.
In other words, it was precisely the kind of game that has gotten away so many times this season.
And the fact that they pulled it out could bode well for a team that has now won...