PHILADELPHIA -- We have what many thought was impossible a few short hours ago: an official baseball game.
The Rays and Phillies have played five innings here at Citizens Bank Park in Game 3 of the World Series and the Phillies lead 2-1.
Philadelphia scored runs in the first and second innings.
Jimmy Rollins singled off Matt Garza to lead off the first inning. He moved to second on walk, advanced to third on a wild pitch and scored when Chase Utley bounced out to first base.
The Rays tied it in the second when Carl Crawford leadoff with a double, stole third and scored on a sacrifice fly to right field by Gabe Gross.
Carlos Ruiz put the Phillies in front in the bottom of the second with a two-out home run.
Phillie starter Jamie Moyer has allowed just two hits through five innings.
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