• Third baseman Evan Longoria has played every inning of all 26 postseason games in Rays history, the only player to do so.
• The Rays' victory Wednesday night was their second time snapping a 10-game winning streak this season, as they also broke up the Blue Jays' 10-game streak on June 24. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the Rays are the first team to snap two 10-game (or longer) winning streaks in one season since the 2006 Rockies.
• Zobrist has an eight-game postseason hitting streak, the second longest in Rays history behind a nine-game stretch by B.J. Upton.
• In the Tampa-St. Petersburg market, Wednesday night's Rays-Indians game recorded a 32.2 percent share of viewers at 11 p.m. and averaged a 25 percent share throughout the game, beating out the combined network prime average for ABC, NBC and CBS.
Adam Berry is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @adamdberry. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.