BBTN handicaps AL East race
The "Baseball Tonight" crew breaks down how the Rays are utilizing great pitching in making a push to pass the Red Sox in the American League East.
Glanville added, "The Rays were the team that were waiting for [David] Price to get back, and ever since he's gotten back that entire rotation has really lit up. And they just have a lot of depth, so I think they're really the team to beat now."
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