By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The Los Angeles Dodgers were poised to make a comeback on Sunday night after what fans deemed a devastating loss a day earlier in Game 4 of the World Series.

The game started just after 5 p.m. and was wrapping up with the Dodgers leading over the Tampa Bay Rays at the top of the 9th, ultimately resulting in the Dodgers coming out on top with a 4-2 defeat of the Rays.

L.A. now has a 3-2 lead in the World Series.

Dodgers Pitcher Clayton Kershaw broke a Major League Baseball record with the most strikeouts in MLB postseason history, with 206 and counting.

Kershaw struck out six on Sunday night, breaking the record of 205 set last year by the Astros’ Justin Verlander.

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Comments (12)
  1. Ya know? Good for him. But, IMO, MLB record books should be in two parts….. Pre Free Agency and Post Free Agency. 1976 the dividing point.
    Old school baseball needs some preservation. Those players back then cannot compare to an eg: Scot Boras represented ballplayer.
    MLB needs to review this.

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