The Tampa Bay Rays simply cannot be stopped right now.
On Tuesday, they continued their impressive run, bumping their winning streak up to 11 games and remaining undefeated on the season.
The bats busted out for seven runs against the Boston Red Sox and helped the team secure at least a series split.
Shane McClanahan gave the Rays five innings of one-run ball, striking out nine batters and allowing just two hits and four walks.
The bullpen followed with four innings of work and just one run allowed.
Isaac Paredes, Yandy Diaz, Brandon Lowe, and Josh Lowe all went deep in the Rays win.
With their win, they matched their second-longest winning streak in franchise history.
On Twitter, MLB posted a cool graphic to celebrate the Rays’ latest accomplishment.
11-0!@RaysBaseball has matched its 2nd-longest winning streak ever. pic.twitter.com/G3kKAWGIZh
— MLB (@MLB) April 12, 2023
The Rays are red-hot and simply cannot be stopped right now.
11 games into the season, they have still yet to lose.
Better yet, they remained four games ahead of the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Yankees in the American League East division.
They also are ahead of the Baltimore Orioles by five games and knocked the Red Sox to six games out of first place and into last place in the division.
The offense has been clicking, and so has the pitching.
Despite Tyler Glasnow being out, Tampa Bay has received strong starts from McClanahan, Zach Eflin, Jeffrey Springs, and Drew Rasmussen.
Simply put, Tampa Bay is firing on all cylinders and are threatening to run away with the AL East and bury the rest of the pack.
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