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  • Astros fans excited after World Series Game 2 win, but Dodgers fans keep hope alive

    The once-dominant Dodgers bullpen gave up six runs in its final four innings, costing Los Angeles in a 7-6 loss in 11 innings to the Houston Astros that evened the World Series at 1-1 on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017. Los Angeles hadn't lost in 98 games this season when it led after the eighth inning. On Wednesday night, it just couldn't stop baseball's highest-scoring team from the regular season.

Astros fans excited after World Series Game 2 win, but Dodgers fans keep hope alive

The once-dominant Dodgers bullpen gave up six runs in its final four innings, costing Los Angeles in a 7-6 loss in 11 innings to the Houston Astros that evened the World Series at 1-1 on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017. Los Angeles hadn't lost in 98 games this season when it led after the eighth inning. On Wednesday night, it just couldn't stop baseball's highest-scoring team from the regular season.
Storyful and AP