Evan Longoria receives high-fives in the dugout after his first homer. (Mark Avery/AP)
By Bill Chastain / MLB.com
Evan Longoria, Willy Aybar and Dioner Navarro hit consecutive home runs, a first in Rays history, and Longoria added another shot in the ninth on a night when starter Edwin Jackson didn't have his best stuff. The Rays totaled 18 hits in the win.
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