soft hands.



and from the tampa tribune:
"I'd say he had no-hitter stuff tonight," Wigginton said. "As you could tell, the two hits we got, they weren't anything special."

The Rays' other hit came an inning later, when shortstop Julio Lugo punched a low liner to the right side, off the glove of second baseman Miguel Cairo and into short right field. Lugo stole second and advanced to third on a wild pitch (which came on ball four to Carl Crawford), and that was as close as the Rays came to scoring.

The loss was the 10th straight on the road for the Rays. Their last win came June 30 at Washington, 11-1.

"I just thought I saw Mr. [Roy] Halladay out there," Devil Rays manager Joe Maddon said. "It looked like that."

By that, Maddon meant a hard sinker that forced Rays batters into 17 ground-ball outs, similar to the command and force of will displayed by Halladay, Toronto's former Cy Young Award winner.
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