After producing just seven runs in three games, the Tampa Yankees' offense came around Monday, erupting for 14 hits in a 10-4 rout of the Daytona Cubs.
The Yankees have won two of three against Daytona in a matchup of division leaders.
Tim Raines continued his Tampa rehab assignment as well as his hitting streak, going 2-for-4 and igniting a sixth-inning rally with a bases-loaded double that drove in three runs.
The Yankees' Carlos Yedo had three hits, including a solo homer in the seventh inning, and drove in two runs and scored three.
FORT MYERS 11, CLEARWATER 10: The host Miracle scored five runs in the bottom of the ninth for its second straight victory.
Former USF closer Fred Rath pitched the ninth inning for Fort Myers, striking out two and walking one to pick up the victory.
LAKELAND 5, ST. PETERSBURG 4 (11): The host Tigers scored the game-winner after there were two outs and no one on base in the bottom of the 11th.
Lakeland managed just five hits, two of them home runs by Ryan Balfe and Juan Encarnacion.
SARASOTA 9, DUNEDIN 2: Five players _ Aaron Fuller, Nathan Tebbs, Ethan Faggett, Greg Patton and David Gibralter _ combined for 13 of the host Red Sox 15 hits.
Peter Munro pitched seven innings, giving up two earned runs and four hits for his seventh win.
The Blue Jays will hold a food drive during Thursday's game against the Tampa Yankees at Grant Field. Anyone who brings three cans of food will receive free admission. The food will be donated to RCS Food Pantry.
The game starts at 7:05 p.m.