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Thursday, June 24, 2004
Streaky Deaky. Christian Ruzich: "What does reeling off twelve wins in a row mean for Tampa for the rest of the season? To try to find out, I took a look at recent twelve-game winning streaks to try to determine if a streak of that length was any sort of indication of how the rest of the season was going to go." (

Rays back on track, beat Blue Jays 19-13.
TORONTO (AP) -- A day after their club-record 12 game winning streak ended, the Tampa Bay Devil Rays set team records for runs and hits in a 19-13 rout of the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday.

Jose Cruz. Jr., Carl Crawford and Geoff Blum homered for the Devil Rays, who finished with 24 hits, three more than their previous mark, set at Boston last July 24. The old club record for runs was 15.

Julio Lugo went 5-for-7 to set a team record for hits, and Tampa Bay tied its record with 11 walks.

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