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Byline: Chris Anderson STAFF WRITER
TORONTO -- The Devil Rays changed their tune in Toronto on Tuesday night. It was finally something other than Woe-Canada.
Scoring more runs than in the previous seven games combined at the SkyDome, Tampa Bay shook free of a seven-game winless streak in Toronto and held off the Blue Jays 8-5 before an announced crowd of 23,710 fans, the smallest ever to see a regular-season game at the SkyDome.
During the Devil Rays' winless streak, they were outscored by the Blue Jays 38-7, and batted only .169 with 37 hits in 219 at-bats. On Tuesday night, they had 15 hits, three from shortstop Kevin Stocker.
But only until Roberto Hernandez pitched a perfect ninth inning for his third save of the year did the SkyDome …