Rays beat Orioles 9-5 for sixth straight win

Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash said his team never lost confidence despite some struggles in the early part of the season.

Now, Tampa Bay is one of the hottest teams in baseball and Cash is looking to maintain that momentum.

C.J. Cron and Wilson Ramos homered and the Rays extended their winning streak to six games with a 9-5 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday night.

It’s the Rays’ longest winning streak since a nine-game run from July 12-26, 2014.

“It’s kind of just a one through nine effort. We’re all swinging the bat well,” Cron said. “That doesn’t happen very often in the big leagues. So, it’s pretty cool to see us all click.”

Tampa Bay continued to pull away on RBI singles by Daniel Robertson and Ramos that boosted the margin to 6-0 in the third. Bundy had given up a total of five earned runs in his five previous starts.

“We got a sharp, young, versatile guy who’s a good communicator, who plays with physicality,” Colbert said. “He checks all the boxes for us.”

Edmunds started 31 games in three seasons for the Hokies, collecting six interceptions while also developing a reputation as a sure tackler. His junior season in 2017 was cut short by a shoulder injury that required surgery, though Colbert said it won’t be an issue when he reports for organized team activities next month.

Tremaine Edmunds’ selection came after Buffalo previously traded into the seventh slot to get Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen.

“Man, it was great,” Edmunds said of the draft process with his brother. “Definitely to see my other brother get drafted tonight, it was a big time relief for my whole family. I know everybody’s excited and I’m excited. It’s a long time coming, but we can finally say that we made it.”

Cleveland overcame a 4-0 deficit with two runs each in the sixth and seventh innings. A tie game in that spot would usually result in Miller making an appearance, but that won’t be the case for at least the next 10 days.

Jean Segura hit a leadoff groundout off Dan Otero, and Robinson Cano took a called third strike from Jeff Beliveau, who was called up from the minors before the game.

Goody (0-1) relieved and allowed consecutive doubles to Nelson Cruz and Seager. Mitch Haniger was intentionally walked, and Mike Zunino popped out.jets_054

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