Dana Lane's World Series Game four winner Tampa Bay Rays vs Los Angeles Dodgers
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Tampa Bay Rays (50-27) vs Los Angeles Dodgers (54-21)
Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 8:08 pm
Yarbrough entered Game 1 but only threw 19 pitches. He's only covered 10.2 innings this postseason, so the 28-year-old should be plenty fresh for a longer appearance in Game 4. A lefty-heavy lineup seems to favor Yarbrough, Los Angeles' patience at the plate will test his propensity for getting swings on pitches outside of the zone.
Yarbrough will need support from an offense that mustered five baserunners in Game 3. It might not be any easier, though.
Urias joined the rotation in 2020 after primarily contributing as a reliever last year. In short, he's thrived.
He entered the playoffs with a 3.27 ERA over 55 innings in 11 games (10 starts).