RAYS RIDE LOWE’S HOMERS TO EVEN SERIES WITH DODGERS

By Sam Bush

The Tampa Bay Rays responded after a bad loss in Game 1 of the World Series by beating the Los Angeles Dodgers, 6-4, in Game 2.

Brandon Lowe, the Rays second baseman who had been in a slump, clouted two home runs and knocked in three runs to lead the Rays’ offense, and Blake Snell limited the Dodgers to two runs in four and two-thirds innings to help ensure the Rays recorded a vital victory.

“He can go quiet for a little while,” Rays Manager Kevin Cash said of Lowe. “But he can get as hot as anybody in baseball. Hopefully that’s the trend that we’re looking at going forward.”

Game 3 is Friday night at the same ballpark — all the games of this World Series are being played at a single, neutral site because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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