Dodgers 4 vs. Rays 2
Dodgers lead World Series tied 3-2
Dodgers pitcher Blake Treinen gave up a single to the first Rays batter he faced in the inning, but rebounded to retire the next three and close out the win for the Dodgers.
The Rays put Ryan Thompson on the mound. He finished the inning allowing one walk with no hits or runs.
The Dodgers pulled pitcher Dustin May after he allowed the first batter he faced in the inning to single and then retired the second. Los Angeles inserted Victor Gonzalez for May. Gonzalez walked the first batter he faced then retired the next two.
The Rays inserted pitcher Ryan Sherriff in the begging of the inning for Diego Castillo, and Sherriff retired all three Dodgers batters he faced.
Dodgers pitcher Dustin May went three up, three down against the Rays batters he faced.
Rays pitcher Diego Castillo went three up, three down against the Dodgers batters he faced.
Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw retired the first two batters he faced in the inning before he was pulled for Dustin May. May struck out the only batter he faced in the inning.
Rays pulled starting pitcher Tyler Glasnow to begin the inning and insert Aaron Loup. Loup faced three Dodgers batters, walking the first and get the next two out before he was pulled for Diego Castillo. Castillo retired the only batter he faced in the inning.
Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw went three up, three down versus the Rays' batters, which included two strikeouts.
Max Muncy's one-run home run extended the Dodgers' lead over the Rays to 4-2.
After walking the first two batters of the inning, Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw settled down and got out of the inning without giving up a run. final out of the inning came after Kershaw threw out the Rays' Manuel Margot after he attempted to steal home plate from third base.
Rays pitcher Tyler Glasnow goes three up, three down against the Dodgers' batters.
After being held scoreless for the first two innings, the Rays put up two runs in the third on RBIS from Yandy Diaz and Randy Arozarena.
Collecting an RBI single to cut his @RaysBaseball deficit to 3-2 in the 3rd inning of Gm5 of their #Worldseries vs the Dodgers tonight, Randy Arozarena has passed Pablo Sandoval (2014 with the Giants) for the most base hits by a player in a single #Postseason year (27) pic.twitter.com/9BAOK0jwlp— StatsCentre (@StatsCentre) October 26, 2020
Rays pitcher Tyler Glasnow surrendered another hit, but for the first time tonight managed to get out of the inning without giving up a run.
Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw allowed his second hit of the game but again keeps the Rays off the board.
A one-run home run from Joc Pederson extended the Dodgers' lead over the Rays to 3-0.
Making it 3-0 vs the Rays tonight, Joc Pederson has tied Gil Hodges for the 2nd most career #WorldSeries home runs by a player in @Dodgers franchise history (5. Most: 11- Duke Snider). It also passes Reggie Smith, Steve Yeager & Davey Lopes for the most such HR by an L.A. Dodger pic.twitter.com/uFUpXL6Th6— StatsCentre (@StatsCentre) October 26, 2020
Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw surrendered a hit but kept the Rays off the scoreboard.
Cody Bellinger put the Dodgers up 2-0 following his one-run single that allowed Corey Seager to score.
Mookie Betts, who struggled in Game 4, delivered the Dodgers' first hit of the night - a double - while batting from the leadoff spot. Corey Seager brought Betts home as the next batter up, delivering a single.
Singling to make it 1-0 for his @Dodgers in Gm5 of the #WorldSeries vs the Rays, Corey Seager has passed Alex Rodriguez (2009) to tie Scott Spiezio (2002), Sandy Alomar Jr. (1997) & David Ortiz (2004) for the 2nd most RBI in a single #postseason (19. Most: 21- David Freese, 2011) pic.twitter.com/A5UxHk3K8o— StatsCentre (@StatsCentre) October 26, 2020