The World Series is all tied up after the Tampa Bay Rays' wild win over the Los Angeles on Saturday, with a crucial Game 5 on Sunday night at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.
Tampa Bay took Game 4 in walk-off fashion, a bizarre sequence of events that resulted in Brett Phillips' single in the bottom of the ninth scoring two runs with the help of a pair of Los Angeles misplays.
Now, the World Series is a best-of-three. The Dodgers are looking to win their first title since 1988 while the Rays are playing for the first championship in franchise history.
Rays outfielder Randy Arozarena set an all-time record with his ninth home run of the postseason in Game 4, but Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager is right behind him with eight in the 2020 playoffs.
Time: 8:08 p.m. ET
TV channel: Fox
Betting odds: SportsBookWire.usatoday.com
Randy Arozarena scores the inning run in Game 4. (Photo: Tim Heitman, USA TODAY Sports)
Three-time Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw (postseason: 3-1, 2.88 ERA, 31 K in 25 innings) gets the start for the Dodgers in Game 5. Kershaw got the win in the World Series opener, giving up one earned run in six innings of work. In 32⅔ career World Series innings, Kershaw has a 4.68 ERA.
Right-hander Tyler Glasnow (postseason: 2-2, 6.08 ERA, 33 K in 23 ⅔ innings) takes the mound for the Rays. The 27-year-old struggled in Game 1, giving up six runs with six walks in 4⅓ innings.
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