Yankees starter Sonny Gray allowed four runs in the Yankees' 4-0 loss to the Rays on Saturday.
Gray allowed his first run in the first inning when Jake Bauers hit an RBI single to drive in Kevin Kiermaier. The Rays scored twice more in the second inning, as Daniel Robertson hit an RBI double and later scored on Willy Adames' single to left field.
Gray, making his 12th career start against the Rays, struck out seven batters and walked one across 6 2/3 innings. He received no run support from the Yankees on offense.
"I came out a little slow in the first couple of innings, but I kinda settled down in the third," Gray said after the game, per YES Network. "I wasnt sharp early. I need to execute earlier and put up zeroes earlier in the game."
Gray has now completed at least five innings in nine of his last 10 starts.
The 28-year-old has a 4.93 ERA after 15 starts this season for the Yankees.