The Devil Rays recovered from losing the opener of their three-game series with the Boston Red Sox by taking the second and third games to win the series 2 games to 1.
On Sunday's game, the team overcame spotty pitching including two rbi bases-on-balls by Edwin Jackson to win in 7-6 in 10 innings on Greg Norton's walk-off home run.
Third-baseman B. J. Upton atoned for two early errors during Saturday's game with a couple of nifty defensive plays. Upton also contributed a hit and scored a run.
With the win, the Rays set a club record for home dominance over the course of a season series, only losing three times to Boston this year at Tropicana Field.
It may be as sweet as the miserable time the Rays gave the Yankees last year.