The four-hit performance caps off a big series for the second baseman, as Gordon went 8 for 13 with one walk, one RBI and one stolen base during his team's three-game sweep of the Nationals. He has hit .390/.407/.463 with eight stolen bases, 10 RBI and 10 runs scored in 82 at-bats.
Guyer went 2 for 4, lifting his average to .250. He started the scoring with a first-inning leadoff homer, his first of the season. Guyer now has seven RBI's on the year.
Buehrle was shelled for 13 hits and five runs over five and two thirds innings. He walked one and struck out three.
Buehrle threw 63 strikes in 83 pitches and saw his ERA grow to 4.94. His next start is scheduled for Friday, at Cleveland.
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McGee, who has been recovering from elbow surgery, is scheduled to make rehab appearances on Tuesday and Friday. He said that if everything goes well, there's a chance he could be back with the Rays for a May 5 start in Boston.
If not, that day will be treated as another rehab start.
"My velo is good," McGee said. "Everything depends on location and recovery."