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Rays roll to 8-0 victory vs. Tigers

DETROIT The carnival continued at Comerica Park Wednesday. On the bases, a merry-go-round of Rays baserunners, rounding the bases after home runs and rounding third base and heading home for a few more. Out of the bullpen first came left-hander Kyle Lobstein on Wednesday night, then a carousel of Tigers relievers that couldn't keep the visitors off the ride. At the end of this game, a significantly shorter showdown than the 5-hour foray a night earlier, significantly less competitive than the Tigers' 13-inning walk-off win, the Rays won, 8-0. The Tigers totaled seven hits and were shut out for the eighth time this season. They did not pitch well, led by Lobstein, who allowed...