We’ve got to stay positive,” he said. We’re going to be back tomorrow. We know we’re good and we’re going to come and win that game tomorrow.
Time now to separate the heroes from the goats: Hero: Brett Phillips All praise to Phillips, who shook off two questionable strike calls that put him in a hole against Kenley Jansen and produced the biggest hit of his career, a looping single to shallow center field that turned into a play for the ages. "He gave me what I thought was a good pitch to swing at and luckily the ball fell," he told MLB Network.
Rays tie series in instant classic Well, Saturday night’s Game Four between the Rays and the Dodgers was quite easily one of the very best baseball games I can remember watching. Obviously there is some recency bias involved with that statement, but this was an incredible back-and-forth affair with an ending for the ages. This one got off to a similar start as Game Three, which saw the Dodgers end up cruising to a relatively early victory.