KEY MOMENT: The Rays loaded the bases with no outs in the ninth when Cole Figueroa singled, Brandon Guyer walked and Angels shortstop Erick Aybar threw late to second on Kevin Kiermaier's fielder's-choice grounder. But Huston Street struck out Desmond Jennings and Ben Zobrist with sliders and got Matt Joyce to fly out to center for his fifth save as an Angel. “You try to make the next pitch — it's the motto I've tried to live by,” Street said. “If you focus on ‘Bases loaded, no one out, 2-0 pitch,' the odds say you're gonna get beat. If you focus on ‘Make my pitch down and away, one pitch at a time,' the odds are always in your favor.”

AT THE PLATE: Josh Hamilton, who hit a solo homer in the third and singled in the fifth, was hit in the left middle finger by a Jeff Beliveau fastball in the seventh. X-rays showed a small fracture, “but I had a fracture in it a few years ago, and they're not sure if it's the old one or a new one,” Hamilton said. The finger swelled and went numb, but the pain subsided to where Hamilton, who started at designated hitter, said he could have batted in the 10th if needed. “In my mind, I'm day to day,” Hamilton said. “We'll see how it feels [Saturday]. If it's hurting tremendously and I can't throw or grip a bat, it's a different story.”