Good morning, everyone! If you watched Game 4 last night, you’re probably still trying to wrap your head around that insane ending. The game featured scored in 11 of 18 half-innings, 13 pitchers, 25 hits, 15 runs, and two errors on the final play of the game. It took over four hours, but the Rays enjoyed an 8-7 win over the Dodgers, and the World Series is tied at two games apiece.
You need to watch this, if you haven’t. And if you have.. well, watch it again.
A lot of things happened outside of the ninth inning, although that is what will most likely take away from Game 4. Brandon Lowe hit his third home run of the World Series, and Randy Arozarena hit his ninth home run of the Postseason — a record for the most long balls in a single Postseason. Justin Turner homered for the Dodgers in the top of the first for the second night in a row. Turner and Corey Seager each had four hits, and Arozarena was 3-for-4 with three runs scored. The Rays used 14 different batters on Saturday night, and Brett Phillips, of all people, delivered the game-winning knock and gut punch to the Dodgers.
Every Dodgers fan after that ending pic.twitter.com/s15brd9ckL— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) October 25, 2020
Game 5 of the World Series is set for tonight at 7:08 PM CT. Clayton Kershaw and Tyler Glasnow will be the starters.
Have a great Sunday!