Josh Wilson hit a tiebreaking, three-run homer in the sixth inning off James Shields and the Seattle Mariners stalled the AL East-leading Tampa Bay Rays 6-2 Sunday.

The Rays' four-game winning streak ended. They began the day with a 1½-game division edge over the New York Yankees, who played Boston at night.

Wilson hit his second home run of the season, and first since May 10. He was in an 0-for-14 slump when he connected with two outs off Shields (13-14) for a 5-2 lead.

The homer was the 34th allowed by Shields this season, breaking Tanyon Sturtze's team record of 33 set in 2002.

Rays All-Star third baseman Evan Longoria missed his third straight game because of a strained left quadriceps and will be re-evaluated on Monday. He could return by the middle of the week; the Rays open a series at home Monday night against Baltimore.

Seattle avoided a sweep and has the worst AL road record this year at 24-54.

Luke French (5-6) allowed two runs and eight hits in five-plus innings. Shields gave up five runs and eight hits in six innings.

Jose Lopez put Seattle ahead 2-0 with a two-run single in the fifth. Tampa Bay tied it in the bottom half when Desmond Jennings hit an RBI triple and scored on B.J. Upton's single.

Matt Mangini extended the Mariners lead to 6-2 with a seventh-inning RBI single.

Seattle reliever Jamey Wright threw two scoreless innings before Dan Cortes struck out the side in the eighth. Brandon League, filling in while closer David Aardsma comes back from a strained left side, pitched the ninth.

Seattle's Ichiro Suzuki went 2 for 4 with a walk and leads the majors with 66 multihit games this season. He up picked his 56th infield hit of the year in the third.

Notes: Mariners INF Russell Branyan (back stiffness) and INF-OF Mike Carp (strained right arch) will fly to Seattle on Monday and be examined by the team medical staff. Carp will have an MRI exam. ... Tampa Bay LF Carl Crawford had the day off. ... Seattle CF Franklin Gutierrez stole his 25th base in the fourth, which gave Mariners three players — joining Chone Figgins (42) and Suzuki (41) — with 25 or more in the same season for just the second time in team history. Suzuki was part of a trio that accomplished the feat in 2001.