Having avoided what would have been a severely disappointing trip to Kansas City - save for the barbecue - with a 3-1 Thursday victory and a series split, the Rays now move on the Baltimore looking to get back to their winning ways."To salvage a series and get that win is huge,'' infielder Daniel Robertson said. "Not in a greedy way or a panic mode of "Oh God, we needed a win,' but they played us good and to come out on top in a close game is huge for us. It’s awesome. Get that little boost back. And get to Baltimore and get back to playing our baseball.''Centerfielder and team leader Kevin Kiermaier planned to make sure they were focused on doing so."We wanted to come in here (to Kansas City) and sweep and definitely win the series,'' he said. "Coming out of here given what happened (Wednesday, getting swept in a doubleheader), to split a series is the best we could do. We'll take it."But definitely not satisfied by any means. And we better go handle some business against Baltimore this weekend."I'm motivated and I hope I can spread that message on the bus to all the guys. I'll be on the mic and I'm gonna let them know I expect a lot out of each and every one of these 25 guys this weekend."It's a big weekend for us and we need to get our mojo back. We need to start swinging the bats better all around. And we just need to be better, plain and simple.''Despite losing their standing as the team with the best record in the majors in losing seven of 12, the Rays are the first AL team to 20 wins and lead the division by 2 1/2 games over the Yankees."It’s nice to show people we’re legit,'' infielder and AL Rookie of the Month Brandon Lowe said. "It wasn’t just a hot start. It wasn’t just a good month. We’re here to stay.''