• Not only was Longoria's walk-off homer Saturday night his first since 2011's "Game 162" at Tropicana Field, the seventh-inning grand slam by the Padres' Jesus Guzman was the first allowed by Tampa Bay at Tropicana Field since that same night, when Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira connected off David Price.
• Longoria's walk-off homer was clocked at 112.8 mph off his bat, the fastest by any Rays player since Hideki Matsui took Wei-Yin Chen deep on June 1, 2012.
The Rays have had three of the AL's hottest hitters since April 26 in Longoria, whose .424 average in that span leads the league, Loney (.411, third) and Kelly Johnson (.383, sixth).
• To celebrate Mother's Day, the Rays gave away Rays flower pots to the first 10,000 women in attendance Sunday.
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