TORONTO - The Rays crossed paths several times during the spring with old friend Charlie Montoyo, who spent 18 years as a minor-league manager and four as a big-league coach with them before being hired as Toronto’s manager.But tonight they face him for the first time when it counts.There will still be some fun along with the games."It’ll be really exciting to see him,'' Rays manager Kevin Cash said. "We’ve got a couple gifts that we’re going to send his way.''That Cash said the “gifts” couldn’t be described publicly probably gives you the sense it’s not just goodies from Montoyo’s favorite Tampa Bay area restaurant or a framed Rays jersey.But there will be an interesting dynamic once the game starts.Could Montoyo, who served as Cash’s bench coach in 2018, have an inside edge?“He certainly knows my thought process of a game, and I think I might have a fairly good understanding of his,'' Cash said. "It’ll be an interesting chess match if the games are tight and some of the thoughts that go on. You just have so much respect and admiration for the person, that keeps it fun.’’Rays players are also looking forward to seeing Montoyo at work in his long-awaited opportunity to manage in the majors."It’s going to be a special moment,'' shortstop Willy Adames said. "Everyone loves Charlie. He’s a sweet guy. For the team to see him for the first time during the season, it’s exciting.''