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BALTIMORE -- The Tampa Bay Rays usually work their way around the bases one at a time, so they took great delight in putting on a power-hitting display against a team known for the long ball. Desmond Jennings opened the game with the first of Tampa Bays three home runs off Wei-Yin Chen, and the Rays got an impressive pitching performance from former Oriole Erik Bedard in a 5-4 victory over Baltimore on Saturday. Tampa Bay built a five-run lead in the fourth inning, then held off a late comeback bid to improve to 3-8 against the Orioles this season. Logan Forsythe and rookie Kevin Kiermaier each hit a two-run shot against Chen (7-3), who lasted only 3 1-3 innings in the shortest outing of his three-year career. Of the 15 home runs Chen has yielded this season, five have come against the light-hitting Rays. Tampa Bay started the day tied for 25th in the majors with 59 home runs and hit only two its previous nine games. Half the Rays 10 hits were for extra bases, including a triple by Ben Zobrist and a double by Ryan Hanigan. "Thats more like what we expect on a consistent basis, to play that game," manager Joe Maddon said. "Against this team here, fangs out late in the game, its nice to beat them that way." Nick Markakis and Manny Machado homered for the Orioles, who have a major league-leading 40 long balls in June. But it wasnt enough to beat the last-place Rays, who can win the four-game series with a victory Sunday. Bedard (4-5) struck out seven in a season-high seven-plus innings. The 35-year-old lefty gave up three runs and five hits against the team he began his career with in 2002. He walked none, and 68 of his 87 pitches were strikes. "Thats probably the best strike-ball ratio Ive ever thrown in my life," Bedard said. "The biggest thing was the first-pitch strikes and after that, I continued to throw strikes. I mixed in fastball, changeup, curveball and I came out on top." He was pulled after giving up a two-run homer to Machado in the eighth. Adam Jones added an RBI single off Jake McGee, who subsequently retired Nelson Cruz with two outs and runners on the corners. McGee returned in the ninth to earn his third save -- the second in two days. Chen gave up a season-high five runs, seven hits and a pair of walks. The Taiwanese left-hander was 4-0 in nine starts since May 3 and 1-0 with a 2.77 ERA in two games against Tampa Bay. "For every game, you dont want to give up any home runs," Chen said through a translator. "Lately, Ive been leaving more pitches up in the zone. Maybe the opponent hitters are studying me more than they used to, so if I didnt make the adjustment necessary, the results are going to look bad. So Im going to look at that." On Chens fourth pitch, a 91 mph fastball, Jennings hit his seventh career leadoff homer to put the Rays ahead for good. Prior to the at-bat, Jennings was 4 for 23 (.174) against Chen. In the second, Sean Rodriguez singled and Forsythe followed with his first home run in 142 at-bats this season. Forsythe went 3 for 3 with a walk and scored twice. Tampa Bay made it 5-0 in the fourth when Forsythe singled and Kiermaier drove a 1-2 pitch into the right-field bleachers. It was the fifth home run of the season for Kiermaier and the first by a left-hander against Chen. "I actually like the way weve been swinging the bats," Kiermaier said. "It was one of those things today -- Desmond hit the leadoff home run then Logan came up clutch and hit that other one." Bedard retired 10 straight batters before Markakis homered on a 1-2 pitch in the sixth. NOTES: Miguel Gonzalez will start for Baltimore in the series finale against RHP Alex Cobb, who has held the Orioles to a .176 batting average throughout his career. ... Tampa Bay SS Yunel Escobar missed his fourth straight game with a sore shoulder. ... Orioles RHP Dylan Bundy, returning from elbow surgery, will make his fourth rehab start Thursday, this time with Class-A Frederick. ... Rays RHP Jeremy Hellickson, trying to come back from elbow surgery, ended his rehab start with Triple-A Durham on Friday night after three innings, complaining of discomfort. Maddon suggested Hellickson might return to Florida for an examination. Youth Donte Jackson Jersey . The Flames announced Monday that Treliving, a former assistant general manager with the Coyotes, will take over the vacant GM spot in Calgary. "Im ready for this,"Treliving said. Youth D. J. Moore Jersey . -- Ben Brust scored 19 points to lead six Wisconsin players in double figures as the No. http://www.wholesalepanthersjerseys.com/ . Thats what he did over the past 2 1/2 years with the Washington Wizards. Wittmans approach helped turn the Wizards from pushover to playoff winners. Youth Rashaan Gaulden Jersey .C. -- Ryan Sproul scored the winner late in double overtime to lift the Grand Rapids Griffins to a 2-1 win over the Abbotsford Heat on Friday in Game 1 of their American Hockey League playoff series. Youth Ian Thomas Jersey . The 31-year-old, a two-time CFL lineman of the year, was among the most coveted free agents on the market. The Windsor, Ont., native will be especially important to a team that has lost veteran quarterback Anthony Calvillo to retirement and is expected to go with the less experienced Troy Smith and Tanner Marsh this season.An eventful Game 3 ended with Montreals first victory of the Eastern Conference finals. The Canadiens hope to even the series Sunday when they visit the New York Rangers for Game 4 at Madison Square Garden. Listen to all-day coverage and the game on TSN Radio 690 and TSN.ca/Montreal. TSN.ca will provide live streaming of the fans viewing party at the Bell Centre during the game as well as the post-game news conferences. After losing the first two tests of this best-of-seven series on home ice, the Habs rebounded with Thursdays 3-2 overtime victory in New York City to cut the series deficit to 2-1. Alex Galchenyuk supplied the winner just 72 seconds into the extra session, capping a fierce battle that eventually led to two players being suspended by the league. This playoff battle -- the first between Montreal and New York since 1996 -- seemed to be lacking in bad blood at the start but that has changed over the course of three meetings. It began with the injury in Game 1 to Montreals Carey Price, who was lost for the series after a collision with New Yorks Chris Kreider, and the animosity reached new levels on Thursday. Former Ranger Brandon Prust kicked off the Game 3 hostilities with a late, blind side check on New York forward Derek Stepan just 2:45 into the opening period. No penalty was called for the hit, which resulted in a broken jaw for Stepan, but Prust was hit with a two-game suspension on Friday. Stepan, meanwhile, is out for Game 4 after having surgery Friday to repair his broken jaw. However, Derick Brassard, who sat out Games 2 and 3 with an upper- body injury sustained on a hit from Montreals Mike Weaver in the opener, is ready to return and will replace Stepan in the lineup tonight. The bigger suspension went to New Yorks Daniel Carcillo for abuse of an official. Carcillo was whistled for charging Prust at 5:51 of the first, setting off a fight between New Yorks Derek Dorsett and the former Ranger. While the fight was going on, Carcillo became physical with an official and was hit with a game misconduct. On Friday, the NHL handed down a 10-game suspension to Carcillo, who wont be eligible to return this postseason unless the Rangers stretch the Eastern Conference finals to seven games and then advance to a deciding Game 7 in the Stanley Cup Finals. Carcillo has appealed the suspension. While the rough stuff grabbed most of the headlines after Game 3, the on-ice battle was memorable as well. Montreal went ahead 2--1 on a goal by Danny Briere with 3:02 left in the third, but Kreider scored with just 28.dddddddddddd1 seconds remaining in regulation to send the game to OT. The Canadiens then wasted no time in overtime, as Tomas Plekanec skated in through the middle and threw the puck on net from the left circle. Henrik Lundqvist made a left-pad save on the shot, but the rebound hit off a crashing Galchenyuk in front of the net and went in to end the game. Lundqvist, who was pulled in favor of the extra attacker on Kreiders game- tying goal, turned away 21 shots on Thursday, but he was outdueled by Canadiens netminder Dustin Tokarski. Making just his second playoff start in place of Price, Tokarski shined in Game 3 as he stopped 35 shots to get his first postseason win. "Hes a battler and the most important thing is hes a winner," said Montreal coach Michel Therrien. "You have to give a lot of credit to the Rangers, they came out strong. We weathered the storm and played with more confidence as the game went on. But without Tokarski, we wouldnt have won that game." Andrei Markov also scored for Montreal, which is hoping to get to the Stanley Cup finals for the first time since defeating Los Angeles in 1993. That also marked the last time a club from Canada lifted the Cup. Carl Hagelin joined Kreider as the goal-scorers for the Rangers, who were last in the Cup finals one year after the Canadiens, also taking home the chalice in a seven-game series against Vancouver in 1994. The Rangers hope to put Game 3 behind them on Sunday, as they shoot for a 3-1 lead in the series. New York outshot the Canadiens by a 37-25 margin on Thursday, so there are some positives to draw from the clubs first setback since falling behind three games to one against Pittsburgh in the conference semis. "We played really well, but we just have to forget about it, move on, and get ready for the next one," Lundqvist said. Game 5 is scheduled for Tuesday in Montreal. Depending on the outcome of Sundays clash, the next meeting will either offer a chance for New York to clinch a berth in the Cup Finals or give the Habs an opportunity to take the series lead. 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