ST. Nike Free Run Damen Blau. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- J.A Happ was outpitched by James Shields in his debut in Torontos starting rotation. Shields threw eight strong innings, Evan Longoria drove in a run in his return from an injury, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Blue Jays 4-1 on Tuesday night. Happ (0-1), making his first start with the Blue Jays, gave up four runs and seven hits in 4 1-3 innings. He had made four relief appearances since being acquired from Houston on July 20. "The result is the only thing that matters, but I did feel better than, probably, the numbers indicate," Happ said. "I felt like I was making some good pitches. They used the whole field and they were falling for them, and werent falling for us. A frustrating one for sure." Happs previous start, while with the Astros, came on July 16. The left-hander threw 6 1-3 innings in a 2-0 win over San Diego. "I got upwards of 80 pitches in, and hopefully well keep moving from there," Happ said. Happ had five strikeouts and one walk. "They didnt square up too many balls," Blue Jays manager John Farrell said. "First time out, were not going to jump to any conclusions or judgments, certainly. This is an established major league pitcher." Blue Jays rookie Chad Jenkins, who had his contract purchased from Double-A New Hampshire on Sunday, worked three shutout innings in his major league debut. "He came in and threw the ball over the plate," Farrell said. "Had good sink to his fastballs. Showed a good slider as well. And didnt show any fear of contact. It was encouraging to see that kind of aggressiveness out of him." Colby Rasmus hit his 20th homer, a solo shot in the fourth, that got Toronto within 3-1. Rasmus, who had missed the previous two games because of tightness in his right groin, singled in the ninth. Shields (10-7) allowed one run and two hits. The right-hander was coming off a three-hit shutout last Tuesday at Oakland. "Shields really held us down," Farrell said. Longoria rejoined the Rays after missing 85 games because of a partially torn left hamstring. He went 1-for-3 with a sacrifice fly as the designated hitter. Fernando Rodney pitched the ninth for his 33rd save and completed the three-hitter. Longoria got a standing ovation before his first at-bat in the second, when Happ reached behind his legs to glove a grounder and then threw out the three-time All-Star. Longoria made it 2-0 on a bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the third, an opposite-field drive caught at the wall by right fielder Moises Sierra. Jeff Keppinger extended the lead to 3-0 on another sacrifice fly later in the inning. The Rays stopped a 22-inning scoreless stretch and took a 1-0 lead in the second as Ryan Roberts hit a two-out pop fly double down the right-field line and scored on Sean Rodriguezs single. Tampa Bay went ahead 4-1 in the fifth on Ben Zobrists RBI double. Notes: Farrell said OF Jose Bautista, out since July 17 with left wrist inflammation, still has some soreness on a small area of the hand and will undergo an MRI. ... Blue Jays INF Brett Lawrie missed his third straight game due to rib cage tightness. ... Toronto RHPs Drew Hutchison and Dustin McGowan are both scheduled to have surgery Thursday. Hutchison will have elbow ligament surgery, while McGowan is scheduled for arthroscopic surgery to evaluate the right shoulder joint. ... Blue Jays 3B Adeiny Hechavarria singled in the third for his first major league hit. Nike Free Schuhe.C. - Steven Diez is the second Canuck to earn a quarter-final berth in mens singles play at the Odlum Brown Vancouver Open. Nike Free Schuhe Herren. Manning will help lead the Jayhawks in New Orleans before taking over at Tulsa, where Self once served as head coach. Kansas plays Ohio State in the national semifinals Saturday night. 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Burke insists the answer is yes. "In my coaching career, I can remember getting slaughtered by teams and wed turn around and beat them the next time," he said Friday. "When you get to the professional level, theres not much difference between the top and the bottom. And anybody can beat anybody on a given week." The Bombers are currently at the bottom of the standings in the CFL and while Calgary isnt quite the top, at 8-6 the Stampeders are a lot closer than the Bombers. This game is about a lot more than avenging a humiliating drubbing a month ago, its about extending the faint playoff hopes that still linger in Winnipeg just a little longer. "Weve got to keep believing in ourselves, relax, like coach Burke said, just go out and play football," said backup quarterback Joey Elliot, making his second start since Buck Pierce went out with a concussion Sept. 29. The formula worked last Monday, when Elliott led the offence to an upset 27-22 win in Montreal, but Burke says this will be a different kind of test. Man coverage like that used by the Calgary defence means the quarterback has to be even more accurate in his passing. "For Joey, this is a key game for him, because its a different game for a quarterback," said Burke. Calgary quarterback Kevin Glenn knows Winnipeg well. He played five seasons with the Bombers ending in 2008 and says he knows Calgary cant take anything for granted, particularly after the win in Montreal. "Theyre playing good football and, like I say, coming off a big win -- I think the biggest thing for us to do is start off fast," he said. "Weve got to not let them carry that momentum from the last game into this game. . . . Those guys feed off of turnovers, especially the defence, turnovers and sacks and getting their crowd into it . Nike Free Run 3 Kinder . . If we can keep their crowd out of it and score early, you know, and make them sit on their hands, they wont have anything to cheer about." It doesnt help that the Bombers are also playing without this seasons team sack leaders, Alex Hall and Bryant Turner, both on the injured list. But cornerback Johnny Sears says he has faith that they can pick up the slack. "We know what were losing but we also know what were gaining in just a team effort," he said. "Whenever somebody falls, somebodys got to step in and step up." Sears also knows controlling Calgarys ground game is going to be a big part of winning on Saturday for the Bombers. "We know that theyve got a very high-powered running game. The blockers are very sound and disciplined." B.C. held Calgary running back Jon Cornish to 61 yards on the ground last week to defeat Calgary and hold on to sole possession of first place in the West and the league. That left Calgary tied with Saskatchewan in second. The last-place Bombers were just one win behind the Ticats after Hamilton lost to the league-leading B.C. Lions 37-17 on Friday. The Stamps are without rookie strong-side linebacker Chris Randle, lost to injury in Vancouver. They will dress quarterback Drew Tate for the game, although coach John Hufnagel says he wont be throwing any passes. "He got back early. I just dont want to rush getting him back on the field," said the coach and general manager of the Stampeders. Tate dislocated his shoulder in July and this will mark his first return to the field -- even if its just on the bench -- as No. 3 on the depth chart. Finally, from the strange but true file, reports out of Calgary note this is the first time since 2008 the Stampeders have looked at the same Bombers quarterback twice in back to back meetings. Although, to be fair, they got a look at all three Bombers backups (only Pierce excepted) who were able to play Sept. 14 during the lopsided loss. ' ' '