The good was there for the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday.
In a split-squad victory, the Rays beat the Boston Red Sox 13-5. The Rays jumped ahead early with a six-run inning and coasted as Erasmus Ramirez earned the win.
Ah, but the bad was there, too.
In a split-squad defeat, the Rays lost to the Toronto Blue Jays 6-1. The Rays fell behind early by giving up a four-run third and never caught up as Taylor Guerreri took the loss.
Guerreri gave up a three-run home run to Jose Bautista of the Jays. The Rays had only four hits in their defeat.
In their victory, however, the Rays had 16 hits, including two each by Logan Forsythe, Hank Conger and Willy Adames. Conger and Patrick Leonard each had home runs.
The Rays travel to Orlando to face the Atlanta Braves Monday.