It was all new for Drew Smyly, the entire night. The shutout innings, the one-two-three innings, the nine innings.

Then came the pitchers’ jump, the moment when the Rays starter who throws a complete game gets to jump and chest bump with the other members of the rotation.

“I think that was the worst part of the night,” Smyly said.

By far.

Otherwise, Smyly was … what?

“Awesome,” Ben Zobrist said.

“Artistic,” manager Joe Maddon said.

How about this? Nearly perfect.

Smyly, making his fourth start with the Rays since arriving from Detroit in the David Price trade, allowed only two hits and retired the last 19 batters he faced Friday night to lead the Rays to an 8-0 victory against the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.

Smyly pitched his first complete-game shutout since his junior year at Arkansas, and the Rays’ first complete-game shutout since Chris Archer blanked the Yankees on July 27, 2013.

It was also a team-record tying 17th shutout of the season and the ninth time in franchise history the Rays have tossed shutouts in consecutive games.

“That was, for my money, the best pitching performance I’ve seen from a Ray in this ballpark,” Maddon said.

Smyly allowed a single to leadoff hitter Jose Reyes in the first inning and had him erased on a double-play grounder to Zobrist. Smyly allowed a two-out single to Steve Tolleson in the third and that was the end of the night for the Jays’ offense.