Dodgers Win World Series In 6 With A 3-1 Win Over Rays

Andrew Owen
BarnBurner Sports Writer


Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Dodgers Win World Series 4-2

The LA Dodgers beat The Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 to take home there 7th World Series, and there first since 1988. 

Tampa Bay started off the scoring in this one early in the first inning. Randy Arozarena hit a solo homerun to right field to make it 1-0 for Tampa. 

We would not see any runs till the 6th inning, when Austin Barnes scored on a wild pitch from Blake Snell. That would tie the game at 1-1. Mookie Betts would end up scoring on a ground ball to first base off the bat of Corey Seager.  

In the 8th inning Mookie Betts would put this game away with a solo shot to left center field, and that would make it 3-1 Dodgers.

That's how this game would end as The Dodgers take Game 6 3-1 and win the 2020 World Series. 

Blake Snell started this game for Tampa Bay. He went 5.1 innings, giving up two hits, one earned run and struck out nine. Tony Gonsolin started this one for The Dodgers going 1.2 innings, giving up three hits, one earned run, while walking two and striking out four. 

Victor Gonzalez got the win in this one going 1.1 innings, while striking out three batters. This is his first win of the series. Nick Anderson got the loss and the blown save in this one. He went 0.1 innings, giving up one hit, one earned run, and no strikeouts. This is his first loss of the series and his second blown save of the series. 

Jose Urias got a two inning save, going 2.1 innings and striking out four. This is Urias 1st save in this series.  

Corey Seager took home MVP trophy hitting .400 with two homeruns and five RBI's. He won the award unanimous.