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STILL GOING DEEP

Evan Longoria circles the bases after homering in the third inning, his sixth this postseason, for a 5-0 Rays lead. Longoria set an ALCS record with a homer in four straight games.

Carlos Pena gets congratulated by Evan Longoria after Pena hit a two-run home run in the third inning. Pena homered for his third straight ALCS game.

Rays principal owner Stuart Sternberg watches his club from the stands at Fenway Park.

Carlos Pena drives Daisuke Matsuzaka's pitch out to rightfield in the third inning, bringing in B.J. Upton and giving the Rays a 4-0 lead. The Rays, who didn't get a hit off Matsuzaka until the seventh inning in Game 1, homered three times off the Red Sox right-hander.

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