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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- An early warning from the plate umpire stopped any more trouble on the field between the Tampa Bay Rays and Detroit Tigers. It didnt seem to put an end to the ill will, though. Jeremy Hellickson earned his fifth June win and the Rays beat Detroit 3-1 Sunday in a game that got off to a tense start. Both benches were warned by umpire Vic Carapazza after Detroits Rick Porcello hit Ben Zobrist with a pitch in the first inning. Both dugouts stayed calm and nothing further developed. Rays manager Joe Maddon didnt particularly like seeing Zobrist get plunked. "I thought it was absolutely uncalled for, and hopefully the league will take a look at it," Maddon said. The Rays did not retaliate Sunday, but Maddon added "theres many more opportunities to play good, hard baseball, and we will." A day earlier, Miguel Cabrera yelled at the Tampa Bay dugout after he struck out in the 10th inning. Fernando Rodney had thrown a high-and-tight fastball before fanning the Tigers star. "I dont debate, this guy is outstanding," Maddon said of Cabrera. "Hes wonderful. I just wish he wouldnt cry so much." Zobrist walked to first base after being struck on the wrist with two outs and no one on base. "I just assumed it would happen today at some point because of what was said last night," Zobrist said. "I just said to one of the umpires on the way to first, I was like, Hey, that was intentional. You guys know it. I think we should do something about that. But they chose not to." Maddon pointed out that Jhonny Peralta took an in-tight pitch from Rodney on Sunday and there was no response. "Peralta got the same pitch that Cabrera got last night, with the same kind of a moment, and nobodys worried about Peralta," Maddon said. "So, if Im Jhonny Peralta, Im upset right now. Im not getting that same kind of reaction from everybody that Cabrera got last night. Overreaction, no reaction." Porcello said he was surprised by the warning. "I tried to throw a fastball in and it just got away from me," Porcello said. Before Sundays game, Detroit manager Jim Leyland said "thats history" when asked about the Cabrera incident. After Saturdays game, however, Leyland said: "Throwing in that area is not acceptable, and somebody pays the price for that throughout baseball. Thats just the way baseball is." "History repeated itself in the first inning," Maddon said. Leyland said "nobodys trying to hit anybody." "What do you want to talk about?" Leyland said. "Thats part of baseball. Guys get hit in baseball games. Thats nothing new. We got three guys hit last week, we hit a couple guys last week. Thats all part of the game. A guy got hit. Big deal." Hellickson (7-3) allowed one run over six-plus innings. He tied the team record for victories in one month held by Matt Moore, David Price and Scott Kazmir. "Thats outstanding," Maddon said. Rodney pitched the ninth for his 17th save. Cabrera hit his 25th homer this season for the Tigers, sending a shot into a fish tank beyond the wall. Porcello stumbled while in his delivery when facing Zobrist in the third and threw a pitch that landed well in front of the plate. Porcello (4-6) went six innings, allowing three runs and eight hits. Cabrera, booed before each of his at-bats, tied it at 1 with a fourth-inning homer that gave him a 15-game hitting streak. His drive was the second -- joining Luis Gonzalezs shot in 2007 -- to go into the fish tank just to the right of centre field that is home to a group of cownose rays. James Loney extended his hitting streak to 11 games with a double in the second and scored on a single by Jose Lobaton to put the Rays up 1-0. Lobaton drove in another run with a single during a two-run fourth that made it 3-1. Yunel Escobar had a bases-loaded walk in the inning. Hellickson left with the bases loaded and no outs in the seventh. Reliever Jake McGee bailed out the Rays starter by retiring three straight batters to end the threat. "That was unbelievable," Hellickson said. "To get out of that was pretty amazing." NOTES: Leyland, this years AL All-Star team manager, supports the idea that all teams have a player in the contest. "You can get a lot of arguments because its probably not a true All-Star team when you have to have somebody from every team, but I love the fact that every uniform is represented at the All-Star game," Leyland said. "I think thats really a nice touch." ... Rays 3B Evan Longoria (plantar fasciitis) missed his second consecutive game. ... Denny McLain, the majors last 30-game winner, was at the ballpark. He did it in 1968 with the Tigers. ... Cabrera went 1 for 4 and had his major league-best batting average drop two points to .373. Daniel Kilgore Dolphins Jersey . 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Thats the name of the game and like I said, I think it makes us better." Lawrie was less enthused but reiterated what he has said before and what Gibbons offered on Saturday morning. "Just doing it for the team," said Lawrie. The differences between second base and third base are many. The footwork is different. The timing is different – third base is called the "hot corner" for a reason. Lawrie has history at second base, having played the position in Milwaukees minor league system. Part of his hesitation for making the switch is grounded in the pride he takes in how hard hes worked to become a gold glove calibre third baseman, doing so almost entirely at the major league level. "I worked my butt off to get where Im at," Lawrie told TSN.ca on Friday. "Im not saying its not going to help the team. Im here to do what it is to help the team but I worked my butt off to be that good at third base and continue to do what Im doing. I work every day over there. Still continuing to get my work in and second base, it is what it is, man, its not what Im here to do. I worked my butt off to do what I do out there." Lawrie has appeared in four games at second base this season. He started at second six times last yyear.dddddddddddd. His limited time there doesnt make him feel more comfortable. "Not necessarily," said Lawrie. "You got to have comfort to do it a bunch of times in a row and Ive only done it for a couple of games but you need a few games under your belt to make it comfortable." Out of action since leaving in the fourth inning of Monday nights game in Philadelphia, Lawrie is nearing a return. Its been a daily process, as each day Lawrie has been intensifying the demands on his hamstring. "He came out and ran and felt pretty good today," said Gibbons. "What were going to do is were going to make him do it one more day and if all is well hell be ready to go on Monday. So I would expect to see him on Monday." If Lawrie plays on Monday night in the series finale against the Angels, expect to see him at third. Los Angeles is scheduled to start left-hander C.J. Wilson. Juan Francisco is a left-handed batter. The realignment is aimed at keeping Francisco in the lineup against right-handers, against whom he has greater success. "Weve been watching him ever since he got here," said Gibbons. "Hes a pretty good player. Hes off to a great start. I dont think wed be doing our job if we just decided to sit him and not take advantage of what hes doing." Put together Reyes, Cabrera, Bautista, Encarnacion, Lind, Navarro, Francisco, Lawrie and Rasmus and its a potent, long lineup one through nine. If someone is struggling, the next guy can pick him up. If the Blue Jays can keep everyone healthy for a period of time, it would give Gibbons a bona fide American League East lineup. "A good whatever division lineup," said Gibbons. 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