Rocky Night for Rookie Arms, Missed Opportunities, Dodgers Lose World Series Game 2

The Los Angeles Dodgers couldn’t complete the comeback in Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday night, falling to the Rays 6-4. With the series now even at one game a piece, the Dodgers head into a much-needed off day before sending ace pitcher Walker Buehler to the mound to start Game 3 on Friday night at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas.

We break down all of tonight’s action in the Dodgers’ 6-4 World Series Game 2 loss to the Rays, rookie arms reeling, bullpen management, and more!

Plus, all of your thoughts, comments, and questions!



Can a much needed off day refuel the Dodgers for Friday with Buehler on the mound?


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Doug McKain

Doug McKain is a lifelong Dodger fan and hosts Dodgers Nation’s “DNpostgame” show online. He also hosts Dodgers DougOut and the LA Sports Report on YouTube. DMAC is also a rabid Lakers fan, and lover of all Los Angeles sports.


  1. 15 strikeouts? You only get 27 outs in a 9 inning game. That’s another disturbing thing this World Series team has in common with the 2017 and 2018 teams. I’m all for running up the pitch count on the other guy but how many times were Dodgers hitters down 0-2 before whiffing on strike 3? They’d better make the adjustment now before they are forced to watch yet another team celebrate a world championship in front of them.

  2. First Roberts had no one warming up in game one right before he took Kershaw out. So the next two pitchers had no real warm up time. Schmoltz mentioned that on TV. Thus Tampa got some hitting confidence and came out in game 2 ready to score. Game 2 May should not have relieved. He said during the year he would rather start. You have two rookies Gonsolin and May who really don’t know what their roles are on the team . Tampa puts 4 outfielders so you would think some one would bunt or go the other way? Small ball. Roberts screws with his ball pen all the time. He threw game 2 away.

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