Rays' bats silent in 3-0 loss to Rangers
Harrison (5-2) dominated the AL East-leading Rays in his eighth career start. The rookie lefty allowed only three singles, struck out eight without a walk, and retired the final 18 batters.
Harrison, who entered the game with a 7.07 ERA, was pulled after 109 pitches. His performance was a boost for a Texas staff that had given up 69 runs in its last seven games.
The Rays had won three in row. Texas stopped its four-game losing streak.
(Pictured - Edwin Jackson. AP photo. Click to enlarge.)