ST. PETERSBURG — Willy Adames plays a pretty good shortstop for the Rays most days. And he insists he isn’t trying to do anything different in postseason games.But he has shined in the spotlight.Adames made a trio of stellar plays in Tuesday’s tense 3-1 series opening win over the Blue Jays . Much as he did during last year’s American League Division Series against the Astros, including the middle throw in the memorable Game 4 sequence known as The Relay .Is there a reason?"I don’t know, the intensity of the games, I’d say,'' Adames said. "I try to do the same thing in regular season. I guess I get more ground balls or more plays in the postseason."Or everybody’s watching now in the postseason.''And he likes that attention."I’d say everybody likes that,'' Adames said. "I love it. I love to be in the playoffs, I love to be in the postseason. The intensity of the games is in another level. I believe everybody in this clubhouse, they love to be in the postseason.''Adames showed that from the start Tuesday, ranging behind second base to rob right-handed hitting Bo Bichette of a single in the first inning. He made two other key plays in huge situations, snaring line drives from Joe Panik in the seventh and Randal Grichuk in the eighth."Willy put on highlight reel today,'' Rays manager Kevin Cash said. "Being in the right spot, having enough awareness on different plays and balls. It was nice.''