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What: MLB World Series Game 2
Who: Rays @ Dodgers
When: Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Where: Globe Life Field
Time: 8:09 p.m. ET
Live Stream: https://t.co/6XeghZmh5M?amp=1
The Rays vs Dodgers game 2 is scheduled to start at 8:09 p.m. ET Oct. 20. World Series live streams are on Fox
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Tampa Bay Rays vs Los Angeles Dodgers Game Preview
As far as the pitching matchup goes for the series opener, it’ll be veteran southpaw Clayton Kershaw versus 27-year-old right-hander Tyler Glasnow. Kershaw will be pitching on a full, four days rest after he threw five innings and allowed four runs in the Dodgers’ NLCS Game 4 loss to the Braves.
Kershaw, 32, made World Series starts in 2017 and 2018. But, the Dodgers have lost each of his past three World Series starts. His only win came in Game 1 of the 2017 World Series against the Astros, when he threw seven, one-run (a solo home run) innings and struck out 11 batters. His 2020 playoff stats include a 3.32 ERA in three starts (19 innings) with 23 strikeouts and two walks.
The Rays come into Game 1 on three days of rest, while the Dodgers will be on two days of rest. Both of the best-of-seven Championship Series went the full distance this year, marking just the third time in MLB history that’s happened. The 2003 and 2004 postseasons were the only other two times.