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Tampa Bay Rays’ Brandon Lowe homers twice in Game 2 win over Los Angeles Dodgers – ESPN

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.

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ARLINGTON, Texas — Through all the struggles, all the moments when it looked like he should be dropped down in the lineup or out of it altogether, Brandon Lowe believed.
He had built himself into one of the American League’s best hitters, and no slump — not even one during the playoffs — could derail that. The Tampa Bay Rays kept believing in Lowe, too. In Game 2 of the World Series, both were rewarded handsomely for their faith.
Lowe became the first player to hit two opposite-field home runs…

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