LOS ANGELES (CBSLA/CBS Sports) — The Tampa Bay Rays tied the World Series 2-2 after winning against the L.A. Dodgers 8-7 in Saturday night’s Game 4.
“The Rays took advantage of missed opportunities and capitalized on it,” one fan said about the Dodgers losing in the 9th inning.READ MORE: LAUSD To Require Students, Staff Be Tested Weekly For COVID When In-Person Instruction Resumes
Dodgers fan still remained overwhelmingly supportive and say they’re hoping the team will pull out a win during Game 5 on Sunday.READ MORE: Biden Ramps Up Vaccine Push With New Rules For Federal Workers And Call For $100 Payments
The Rays eked out a dramatic lead to tie the best-of-seven Fall Classic at 2-2 (box score).
Reserve outfielder Brett Phillips notched a game-tying single in the ninth off Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen, and Randy Arozarena was also able to score on an error by center fielder Chris Taylor and then a mishandled throw by L.A. catcher Will Smith.MORE NEWS: Bob Odenkirk's Son Says Actor Will Be "OK" After Collapsing During Filming Of 'Better Call Saul' Final Season