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ST. Authentic Air Jordan From China . PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The resurgent Tampa Bay Rays are on their best run in a decade. Ben Zobrist homered, Matt Joyce and Kevin Kiermaier each had an RBI single, and the Rays beat the skidding Boston Red Sox 3-0 Saturday night for their ninth consecutive victory. The stretch is the second-longest in team history, three short of a 12-game winning streak in June 2004. "Its really impressive," Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon said. "Its a total team concept going on right now." John Lackey (11-7) came up short in his first attempt at his 150th win, giving up three runs and eight hits over seven innings. Before the game, the Red Sox traded right-hander Jake Peavy and cash to San Francisco for minor league pitchers Edwin Escobar and Heath Hembree. Boston, last in the AL East one season after winning the World Series, has lost five straight. "I have to say its been a disappointing week. A little surprising even," general manager Ben Cherington said. "Anything we do between now and Thursday afternoon will be with a mind toward building as quickly as possible towards April of 2015." The non-waiver trade deadline is Thursday. Zobrist made it 3-0 with his seventh-inning shot. Grant Balfour (1-3) went 1 2-3 innings for the win, and Jake McGee pitched the ninth for his 11th save. The Rays (51-53) have used a 27-11 stretch since June 11 to go from also-rans to wild-card contenders. "It was really nice to get a win, but at the end of the day its a team win," Balfour said. "Right now thats what were after. We went through a lot in the first two months, and were trying to erase all those losses and turn them into wins." Jeremy Hellickson, coming back from right elbow surgery and making his second start this season, gave up five hits over 4 2-3 innings. Jeff Beliveau replaced Hellickson with a runner on and retired David Ortiz on a hard liner to first. Desmond Jennings had a bunt single in the first inning and advanced to third on catcher Christian Vazquezs errant throw. Boston manager John Farrell argued with plate umpire Chad Fairchild about Jennings route to first, but the call stood. "We were told there was no deflection," Farrell said. "The ruling was he didnt interfere with the play." Jennings scored on Joyces single. Kiermaiers run-scoring single in the fourth came right after Yunel Escobar was almost picked off second base, a close play Farrell decided not to challenge. "A challenge would have been nice there," Lackey said. "He looked like he was pretty out. They still might not overturn it, but you never know. Weve had it go both ways this year, but what are you going to do?" Ortiz was given a double in the first after a fan caught his drive near the yellow home run line at the top of the right-field fence. The call stood after a boundary area video review. Ortiz was left stranded when Mike Napoli struck out. Brock Holt was thrown out trying to score from second to complete an inning-ending double play in the third after Ortiz was retired on a grounder into shallow right field. The Red Sox also failed to score after putting runners on first and third with none out in the sixth. Balfour got the final two outs of the inning. "Consistency, thats been elusive," Farrell said. "The ability to string some base hits together has been elusive." Boston went 0 for 7 with runners in scoring position and left nine on base in getting shut out for the 11th time this season. NOTES: RHP Allen Webster will come up from Triple-A Pawtucket to replace Peavy as Sundays starter. The Rays starter is RHP Chris Archer. ... Tampa Bay reliever Joel Peralta (illness) threw a scoreless inning for Class-A Charlotte and could return Monday. Cheap Jordans Shoes . The Gatineau Olympiques head coach will lead Canada in its quest to end its gold medal drought at the 2015 world junior hockey championship held in Montreal and Toronto at the end of this year. Wholesale Jordans Free Shipping — Charlotte Hornets (@hornets) September 24, 2014 Sorry for the delay, we just got back from lunch at Papa Vons #NBAFastFood pic. . The Sochi organizing committee said in Fridays statement that the torch relay reached the North Pole on Oct. 19. Russian Polar explorer Artur Chilingarov, who led the mission, lit a special bowl at the North Pole sign.David Warner was in unstoppable form as he amassed his 12th Test century on day one of the fourth Test against India, says Mark Butcher. Warner struck 101 off 114 balls – his third ton of the series – as Australia ran up 348-2 after winning the toss, sharing a first-wicket stand of 200 with Chris Rogers (95).Skipper Steve Smith (82 not out) and Shane Watson (61no) then built on the platform at the SCG, where former team-mate Phillip Hughes was fatally injured six weeks ago. Australia captain Steve Smith comments on the plaque erected by Cricket Australia for Phillip Hughes at the Sydney Cricket Ground “India have not been able to do anything right, and Australia have pretty much not been able to do anything wrong,” said former England batsman Mark Butcher.“The pitch looks an absolute belter – there’s not a blade of grass on it. It was a great toss for Steve Smith to win. But having said that, you’d expect an international bowling attack – all be it one that is as inexperienced as India’s – to be able to bowl one or two (more) maidens than they’ve managed.“Warner had a little bit of a struggle to start with; there was a feeling perhaps that the emotion of the Test match being back at Sydney where his great mate passed away had got to him.“But once he got away he was just unstoppable. He’s scoring at almost a run-a-ball in Test match cricket and he’s making scoring hundreds look as though it’s the most simple thing in the world to do. 2015 is Sky Sports’ biggest every year of cricket. Wholesale Authentic Air Jordan. Join us as we bring it to life! “It was inevitable that he was going to get to three figures. The celebration was emotional, as you’d expect, and it took an absolute beauty from the standout bowler for India, Ravi Ashwin, to get rid of him.”CompactRogers fell just four runs later when he dragged Mohammed Shami into his stumps – the fifth time he has made 50 in as many innings without going on to a century.Butcher said that, if anything, the 37-year-old struck the ball more crisply than his opening partner.“Where Warner is all about the high back-lift, late movements and audacity, Rogers is very much a compact, old-fashioned opener,” he said.“He has not made a century for quite some time now – not since the last Ashes – and it looked like he was going to break that particular duck having made five half-centuries already in the series.“He also made it look very simple indeed; if anything he was more consistent in terms of his ball-striking than Warner was, so it came as a bit of a shock when he finally made an error on the cusp of making that hundred.”PressureIndia could not make the most of having two new batsmen at the crease as Smith and Watson bedded in to make their own half-centuries.Watson enjoyed a reprieve late on in the day when Ashwin failed to grasp an edged chance off the bowling of Umesh Yadav, and Butcher said that miss could be just the break he needs.“Watson is under massive pressure,” he said. “He has been at No 3 for quite some time and his record has been going downhill rather than up over the last few years.“I felt for him a bit because I’ve been in the position myself where you are walking out to bat when everybody else is making it look very easy and you are having to scratch around.“But eventually he got himself going and made a pretty decent half-century and also has had a little bit of what he would say is rare luck to get away with not getting out in the final over of the day.”Watch day two of the fourth and final Test between Australia and India live on Sky Sports 2 from 11.30pm. 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