The Rays came in having scored 12 runs in their past 10.
"It was outstanding to get some runs on the board", Tampa Bay manager Kevin Cash said.
"I felt OK today". I think there was a genuine feel like a little bit of relief.
"My gut tells me nothing's going to happen", Gibbons told reporters before the game.
Don't get your hopes up, Toronto Blue Jays fans. "There's a lot of smiles, a lot of cheering going right now. That's important. ... We're all aware of what we've gone through over the last 10 games".
Estrada is 5-7 on the season with a 4.85 ERA.
The right-hander gave up 10 hits, his most in a start since allowing a career-high 12 hits against - guess who? - the Rays back on June 13.
Lucas Duda and Wilson Ramos hit homers off Estrada, and Corey Dickerson added an RBI single to help Tampa Bay (60-61) snap a four-game losing streak.
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Blake Snell (1-6) earned the win, his first in almost a year, working six innings and allowing four runs on seven hits, one walk and four strikeouts.
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"Just one of those teams that has my number", Estrada said.
Tim Mayza didn't waste any time in impressing his new teammates, as he pitched a scoreless ninth inning against the Tampa Bay Rays. He took his first loss since July 3 on Friday when he allowed four unearned runs in eight innings against the Pittsburgh Pirates, with his defense betraying him.
Those runs proved crucial after Toronto's Josh Donaldson hit a three-run home run in the bottom of the frame to pull Toronto to within two of the lead. "The defense has had my back all year. I haven't been able to figure them out". "Just a tough inning, but my stuff felt great". Estrada had been on a roll coming into this one, but the Rays have really given him trouble the last two seasons and they did again Tuesday.
Estrada's troubles began when Tampa Bay baserunner Logan Morrison was initially called out on a force out at second base by Blue Jays shortstop Darwin Barney.
In his three outings since the deadline passed Estrada has been dominant, allowing just four runs on 14 hits over 21 innings.
Snell (1-6) allowed one run and four hits, ending a 16-start winless stretch. It marked only the second time in nine starts that he permitted fewer than three runs.
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