DENVER -- Blake Snell turned in six scoreless innings of one-hit ball, Evan Longoria continued his power surge at altitude and the Rays powered past the Rockies with a 10-1 win at Coors Field on Tuesday to snap an 11-game losing streak on the road after inclement weather delayed the first pitch for two hours.
The Rays opened the floodgates with five runs in the third, stringing together three straight extra-base hits from the top of the lineup, including Longoria's towering two-run homer, which left the ballpark at an estimated distance of 462 feet, per Statcast™. That was enough to give Snell the second win of his career, with his nine strikeouts a career best.
Ben Weinrib is a reporter for MLB.com based in Denver.
Daniel Kramer is a reporter for MLB.com based in Denver and covered the Rays on Tuesday.
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