"I think I just took my eye off it just a second too early," Fuld said. "You can't really imagine a worse scenario as an outfielder."
Hellickson (12-10) allowed six runs — three earned — and six hits in 4 2-3 innings. He was disappointed he didn't overcome his teammates' defensive miscues.
"The guys have been picking me up all year, offensively and defensively," Hellickson said. "It would have been nice to pick them up for once."
Lawrie and Sierra chased Hellickson with run-scoring singles in the fifth.
Dickey left after two errors and a walk helped the Rays load the bases with one out in the eighth. Sergio Santos came on and got James Loney to ground into a double play on the first pitch.
"That was our opportunity right there," Maddon said.
Santos gave up Kelly Johnson's RBI double in the ninth, then struck out pinch-hitter Luke Scott for his first save in three chances.
Lawrie's lip was cut in the seventh when a Roberto Hernandez pitch grazed his shoulder and bounced off his cheek. Bleeding from his mouth as he walked to first base, Lawrie was checked by a trainer but remained in the game. He was replaced by Mark DeRosa in the ninth.
"He was bleeding from his lip and from inside his mouth so we took him out for precautionary reasons," Gibbons said. "He's a tough dude."
NOTES: Tampa Bay's previous three-error game was Sept. 18, 2012 against Boston. ... Toronto's Adam Lind (back) missed his second straight game. ... Rays SS Yunel Escobar (left ankle) is expected to return to the starting lineup Saturday.
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