Carl Crawford hit a three-run homer during the third inning. (Wilfredo Lee/AP)
By Brittany Ghiroli / MLB.com
Led by Carl Crawford's two homers and five RBIs, the Rays offense amassed 15 hits and a season-high 15 runs to back starter James Shields. Shields wasn't too shabby himself, going seven innings while allowing one run on four hits to pick up his fifth win of the season, his first since May 9.
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