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After Jose Molina got his first RBI this season on a fourth-inning sacrifice fly, Tampa Bay went ahead 3-0 in the fifth on an RBI bunt single by Desmond Jennings and Yunel Escobars run-scoring single off Chris Young (5-3). Young gave up three runs, seven hits and five walks over five innings for the Mariners, who had their five-game winning streak snapped. "This is one of those days we didnt play very well on either side of the baseball and those things happen," manager Lloyd McClendon said. The Rays loaded the bases with two outs in the second, but failed score when Molina popped out to shortstop Brad Miller. Dating to last season, it was Molinas 100th consecutive at-bat, including 87 this year, without an RBI. Kevin Kiermaier doubled and went to third on a wild pitch in the fourth before Molina ended a stretch of 19 scoreless innings by Seattle pitchers with his sac fly. "I play for the team," Molina said. "I dont play for myself. 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But things didnt go as well on a difficult five-game road trip in which they were able to pick up just a single win. "We ended with two losses and that didnt feel good for anybody but at the same time, you regroup, youre excited to come home, excited to play in front of our fans and know that if we can put some wins together were right back where we want to be," said Cammalleri, who also had an assist and has five points (three goals, two assists) on the season. The Flames big achievement was holding Capitals star Alex Ovechkin to no points for the first time in eight career games against Calgary. In the first seven, he amassed eight goals and seven assists. "The start, we werent ready for it. They jumped on us right away, scored first shift. They had momentum and we kept making mistakes in our zone," said Ovechkin. Slow starts have been an issue for the Capitals all season. Theyve been outscored 12-6 in the first period. "I dont think we jump in right away. 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