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  1. Brandon Lowe became the first player to hit two opposite-field home runs in a World Series game, and the Rays' bullpen held on for a 6-4 win in Game 2.
  2. With the World Series tied 1-1, the Dodgers will go with Walker Buehler, Julio Urias and Clayton Kershaw to start the next three games.
  3. Los Angeles' 8-3 win over Tampa Bay received a 5.1 rating and was seen by an average of 9,195,000 viewers Tuesday night on Fox, according to Nielsen Media Research. The previous low was also a Rays game, in 2008 against the Phillies.
  4. Landing in Washington as the 2020 regular season began, utility player Josh Harrison did enough to re-sign with the Nationals on a one-year contract for $1 million.
  5. Rays manager Kevin Cash said his thinking in sticking with starter Tyler Glasnow in the fifth inning of Tuesday's World Series Game 1 was "just trust that he had plenty of stuff to keep us right there."
  6. Padres reliever Luis Perdomo opted to have Tommy John surgery on his right elbow recently and will miss the 2021 season.
  7. The series is staying in Arlington, but the Dodgers and Rays have 24 hours to catch their breath. We answer the biggest questions so far in this Fall Classic.
  8. Tampa Bay's best hitter has been a mess most of the postseason, but getting in touch with his personal hitting coach changed everything.
  9. The young pitchers have struggled with their new roles, which could be an issue if others don't pick up the slack.
  10. In baseball's bash-or-bust era, Betts showed what sets him -- and the Dodgers -- apart as L.A. bids for a title.