The San Diego Padres (34-36) shut out the Tampa Bay Rays (51-23) 2-0 on Saturday evening in San Diego.
Former Ray Blake Snell (3-6, 3.48) was dominant for San Diego, pitching six shutout innings in which he allowed just two hits while striking out twelve and walking three. He outdueled Zach Eflin (8-3, 3.26) who allowed just two earned runs - on weakly hit balls to the infield - in his six innings of work.
The Rays will look to win the series against the Padres on Saturday afternoon. First pitch on Sunday is scheduled for 4:10 PM - Neil Solondz begins pregame coverage with This Wek In Rays Baseball at 2:30 PM on 95.3 WDAE & AM 620, your Home of the Rays.
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