A recap of yesterday's Toronto/Tampa Bay Game Three.
|The Toronto Blue Jays avoided the sweep yesterday, thanks to starting pitcher, Robbie Ray.
Ray, (7-4), took a no-hitter into the seventh inning in a 3-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rays.
Ray threw 103 pitches and had 11 strikeouts.
Ray finishes the first half the season with an astonishing 130 strikeouts.
Tampa's Yandy Diaz ended the no hitter with a double in the bottom of the seventh inning.
Danny Jansen put the Jays ahead 1-0 at the top of the third inning with a solo home run.
The Jays got two more runs at the top of the fourth inning.
Toronto's Santiago Espinal had three hits in the game.
Tampa's Brandon Lowe broke the shut out with a solo home run in the bottom of eighth inning.
It was Lowe's seventh home run in nine games.
Diaz went two for three at the plate yesterday.
Tampa's starting pitcher, Rich Hill, (6-4), pitched five innings, allowing three earned runs.
Jay's reliever, Jordan Romano recorded his seventh save of the season.
The Jays now have a long All-Star break.
The team doesn't play until Friday against the Texas Rangers.