Dodgers Erupt Late, World Series Tied 2-2
The Los Angeles Dodgers erupted for five runs in the ninth-inning to beat the Astros 6-2 in Game 4 of the World Series, evening the best of seven a 2-2.
The struggles of Houston's Ken Giles continued - he allowed two hits and walk and did not retire a batter while being charged with three runs. Cody Bellinger snapped a 1-1 tie with an RBI-double to chase Giles - who has allowed at least one run in six of his last seven appearances. Joe Musgrove didn't fare much better, allowing Joc Pederson's three-run homer to blow the game open.
Alex Bregman's solo homer in the ninth, and George Springer's solo shot in the sixth were Houston's only two hits on the night.
Dallas Keuchel and Clayton Kershaw face off in Game 5 Sunday night in Houston.