Edwin Jackson lowered his ERA to 4.17 with his strong performance. (Mike Carlson/AP)
By Bill Chastain / MLB.com
The first-place Rays continued right where they left off before Thursday's off-day, scoring three first-inning runs on four hits. Carlos Pena hit a three-run homer in the fifth to put the game away, but the biggest story was Edwin Jackson, who allowed just two runs on four hits.
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