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2020 Schedule
12-5, 1st in NL West
Pederson, Muncy crank homers in Dodgers' Game 5 win (1:50)
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1hJesse Rogers

Attempted steal of home '100%' Margot's decision

Rays left fielder Manny Margot said his attempted steal of home in the fourth inning of Sunday's Game 5 was "100 percent" his decision, adding, "I thought it was a good idea at the time."

Kurkjian: Kershaw showed veteran presence in fourth inning (0:52)
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Dodgers' Gonsolin to start Game 6 vs. Rays' Snell

The Dodgers will start Tony Gonsolin in Tuesday's Game 6 as they look to capture their first World Series championship since 1988. He will be opposed by 2018 AL Cy Young Award winner Blake Snell, who gets the nod for the Rays.

Kershaw's kids join his postgame media conference (1:17)
The importance of Kershaw's Game 5 performance (1:35)
Muncy: We never talked about Game 4 loss (1:42)
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3hJeff Passan

Kershaw lifts L.A. to edge of WS title, feels 'good'

Clayton Kershaw's plenty-solid Game 5 win over the Rays, on the heels of the Dodgers' brutal Game 4 loss a day earlier, gave L.A. a 3-2 advantage in the series and put them one victory shy of their first championship since 1988.

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4hAlden Gonzalez

Kershaw sets record for postseason strikeouts

Clayton Kershaw moved past Justin Verlander for the all-time lead in postseason strikeouts Sunday when his six strikeouts in Game 5 of the World Series gave him 207 for his career.

Kershaw breaks postseason K record with strikeout of Zunino (0:17)
Muncy bat drops and admires moon shot HR (0:26)
Kershaw throws out Margot trying to steal home (0:41)
Diaz's triple highlights Rays' 2-run inning (0:33)
Pederson adds to Dodgers' lead with solo homer (0:42)
Seager and Bellinger pick up early RBIs (0:33)
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Bellinger back in CF, Lowe higher in Rays' lineup

After playing at DH in Game 4 of the World Series due to a stiff back, Cody Bellinger is back in center field for the Dodgers in Sunday's Game 5. The Rays, meanwhile, moved Brandon Lowe to third in their batting order.

How will Game 4's wild finish affect the Dodgers? (0:39)
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1dJeff Passan

Rays stun Dodgers on dramatic finish at plate

In one of the wildest finishes in World Series history, the Rays capitalized on a disastrous error and rallied for an 8-7 win over the Dodgers to even the series at 2-2.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25611th
On Base Percentage.3385th
Slugging Percentage.4831st
Earned Run Average3.021st
Quality Starts18Tied-6th