Let’s put all the excuses aside. Yes, it’s a school night. Sure, there’s the drive and the traffic. Yes, they’re playing an Orioles team lacking in stars. But can’t we all agree that Tuesday’s announced crowd of 9,842 is thoroughly embarrassing in support of a team with baseball’s best record that was playing their first game at home in two weeks after coming off a 7-2 road trip? If the Lightning taught us anything, it’s to make sure you watch a good team while you can, because you never know when it’s going to be gone. RELATED: Glasnow runs record to 4-0 as Rays keep rolling with 4-2 win over Orioles The Rays aren’t necessarily a team know for their power , but Avisail Garcia’s go-ahead two-run homer in the fourth was Tampa Bay’s 13th in its last six games. And Garcia’s blast to straight-away center was no wall-scraper, going an estimated 427 feet with an exit velocity of 105.1 mph. Don’t give Garcia a pitch to hit, because he’s hitting .452/.485/.710 over his last eight games after starting off 4-for-24. RELATED: Rays left-hander Blake Snell lands on injured list with broken toe Tommy Pham has a great eye , and he fits the No. 2 spot in the lineup so well. He’s a great table-setter. Tampa Bay’s three-run fourth inning started when Pham drew a leadoff walk from Orioles starter Dylan Bundy to open the inning. The walk extended Pham’s club-record on-base streak to 48 games. All the more impressive was that Pham drew the walk after falling behind 0-2.