ST. babyliss curl secret . PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Wade Davis went to a new pitch and finally had success against the Boston Red Sox. Davis threw a six-hitter, John Jaso hit a three-run homer and the Tampa Bay Rays moved within 5 1/2 games of AL wild-card leading Boston with a 7-2 victory over the Red Sox on Friday night. "Its actually the first time Ive really started throwing a cutter," Davis said. "Ive always thrown a slider and we just flattened it out a little bit to stay in the strike zone more. It ended up being pretty effective." Davis (10-8) struck out eight in his second career complete game. The right-hander, who had his other complete game on Sept. 17, 2009, had gone 0-2 with an 11.12 earned-run average in three previous starts against Boston. Tampa Bay pitchers have 15 complete games this season. "He had a pretty good cutter going," Red Sox manager Terry Francona said. "Threw it outside, inside and just ate us up." Jaso put the Rays ahead 3-0 with a three-run homer off John Lackey (12-12) in the second. He entered 8-for-37 (.216) in 14 games since returning from strained right oblique last month. Boston has lost five of six. After two more games in Florida this weekend, the Red Sox will host Tampa Bay in a four-games series that starts Thursday at Fenway Park. "We do believe," Rays manager Joe Maddon said. "Its all about one at a time. But obviously we have to make a big dent with these seven games." The Red Sox were without infielder Kevin Youkilis, who returned to Boston to have his sore hip examined by team doctors and undergo an MRI exam. Francona said Youkilis has bursitis and received a cortisone shot. It has not been determined if Youkilis will rejoin the team Saturday or wait in Boston for the start of a homestand that begins Tuesday. Rays designated hitter Johnny Damon was back in the lineup after missing the previous three games because of a sore right leg. He had an infield single during the third that moved him past Doc Cramer into 62nd place on the all-time hits with 2,706. Damon and Matt Joyce had RBI singles in the third to made it 5-0. Jaso later in the inning hit a two-out shot with the bases loaded off Lackeys left leg, but the pitcher recovered to picked up the ball and throw the Rays catcher out at first. Lackey left with a bruised calf and was replaced by Scott Atchison to start the fourth. Lackey, who has lost three consecutive starts, gave up five runs, five hits and three walks in a 69-pitch outing. "It hit him good," Francona said. "Its sore." The Red Sox have not ruled out Lackey making his next scheduled start. Jacoby Ellsbury extended his hitting streak to 14 games with an RBI infield during a two-run sixth that got Boston within 5-2. The other run scored on Marco Scutaros sacrifice fly. "They dont quit," Maddon said of Boston. "They have the heart of a champion." The Rays got both runs back in the bottom of the sixth on RBI doubles by Reid Brignac and Evan Longoria. Notes: Tampa Bay has won 19 in a row when scoring five runs or more. ...The Rays are just the fifth AL team since 2000 to reach 15 complete games in the same season. . ... Francona said RHPs Clay Buchholz (lower back) and Josh Beckett (sprained right ankle) are making progress. A schedule for when Buchholz could throw off a bullpen mound may be determined this weekend. ... Boston recalled Atchison from Triple-A Pawtucket before the game. ... Red Sox RHP Kyle Weiland (0-1) and Tampa Bay RHP Jeremy Hellickson (12-10) are Saturdays scheduled starters. babyliss curl secret prix . Desharnais scored at 1:43 of overtime to give the Montreal Canadiens a 4-3 victory over the Nashville Predators. Desharnais stripped the puck from defenceman Mattias Ekholm along the left boards, skated to the left faceoff dot and put a slap shot over goalie Carter Huttons left shoulder. curl secret babyliss . -- Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte expects to play Monday night against the Dallas Cowboys after missing a game because of a sprained right ankle.SAN FRANCISCO -- Garrett Jones and Jordy Mercer homered, Jose Tabata hit a three-run double, and the NL Central-leading Pittsburgh Pirates beat the San Francisco Giants 10-5 on Thursday night. Pedro Alvarez hit a go-ahead, two-run double to start a seven-run fifth and matched his career high for RBIs in a season with 85. Russell Martin and Gaby Sanchez added sacrifice flies and Tabata had a three-run double in his second plate appearance of the inning. Marco Scutaro had a tying two-run single in the fourth for San Francisco after scoring in the third on Buster Poseys sacrifice fly. Giants right-hander Matt Cain departed after getting hit on his pitching arm on a line drive by Sanchez. X-rays on Cains bruised forearm were negative. Jones 12th homer leading off the second was a splash-hit drive into McCovey Cove beyond the right-field wall. It was the 28th at AT&T Park by an opponent and second by a Pirates player. Adam LaRoche hit one on Aug. 11, 2007, against Tim Lincecum. Cain was hit when Sanchez led off the fourth with a groundout. Trainer Dave Groeschner and manager Bruce Bochy hustled out to check on the pitcher, who walked off the mound on his own moments later. He allowed three runs and seven hits in 3 1-3 innings. Guillermo Moscoso (1-2) relieved with the Giants trailing 3-1. Cain, who had been on a nice roll since the All-Star break, threw 64 pitches, 40 for strikes. Tabata added a pair of singles for his third three-hit game in August. Jeanmar Gomez (3-0) pitched three scoreless innings of relief following Jeff Locke for the win. On a day the Giants lost outfielder Andres Torres perhaps for the seasoon to a strained left Achilles tendon, the defending World Series champs were dealt another blow with the early exit for Cain. curl secret pas cher. San Francisco was outscored 21-4 in a losing three-game series against the Red Sox -- including 12-1 in Wednesdays finale. It wasnt much better in the opener of a four-game series with the Pirates. Brandon Crawford added a two-run double in the eighth for San Francisco. Third baseman Pablo Sandoval returned to the Giants lineup after missing two games with a sore back. He grounded into a double play in the second and wound up 1 for 3 with a walk. NOTES: Pirates GM Neal Huntington said LHP Wandy Rodriguez (forearm tightness) felt pain during his simulated game and will be examined by Dr. James Andrews early next week. ... Giants manager Bruce Bochy said struggling LHP Barry Zito (4-9, 5.63 ERA) is scheduled to make his next start. "Were keeping the guys in the rotation where theyre at," Bochy said. ... Pirates RH closer Jason Grilli, nursing a strained tendon in his throwing arm, threw a 25-pitch bullpen and is scheduled for another side session Sunday before a likely rehab outing. "Another good day day for Jason," manager Clint Hurdle said. "Well see how he bounces back tomorrow." ... Hurdle believes OF Starling Marte is close to returning and wont need a DL stint. He missed his fourth straight game because of a bruise on his right hand after getting stepped on during a headfirst slide against Arizona on Sunday. "I think Marte is right on the edge of coming back," Hurdle said. "Hes closing in on that -- return to play." ... The Giants are 9-22 vs. the NL Central. ' ' '