At any level, losing doesn't sit well.

Entering Saturday night's game against the Tigers, the Rays had lost 15 of their previous 19 games against Detroit, including three of four meetings this season. They were also riding a two-game skid.

But on this night, the Rays thrilled the 23,809 in attendance at Tropicana Field with a come-from-behind 4-3 win.

In the bottom of the 10th inning with two outs, Yunel Escobar sent a 2-0 pitch over Austin Jackson's head in center field to score pinch-runner Sam Fuld from third for the walk-off win. It was the Rays' fifth walk-off win this season and the fifth career walk-off hit for Escobar, his previous coming in 2011.

Loney, who was replaced by Fuld, and Wil Myers each singled and moved up on a wild pitch by Bruce Rondon, who took the loss.

Fernando Rodney (3-2) pitched two innings to earn the win.

“I'm very happy to be able to help the team win today,” Escobar said through an interpeter. “I've been swinging the bat well and seeing the ball good and all I want to do is to continue to help us win.”

Escobar was 1-for-3 with a walk before his 10th-inning heroics.

“I just wanted to make good, hard contact and stay in the middle of the field,” Escobar said.

Rodney's two innings were a season high. He had two strikoeuts, including one against Miguel Cabrera.