The Astros and Dodgers

The Astros outlasted the Dodgers in 11 innings, 7-6, in Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday night in Los Angeles.

The eight home runs combined were the most in a World Series game, and of the Dodgers’ five hits, four were homers.

Jose Altuve and Carlos Correa launched back-to-back home runs off Josh Fields to give the Astros a 5-3 advantage and silence the Dodger Stadium crowd.

Jose Altuve and Carlos Correa give the Astros a 5-3 lead on back-to-back jacks in extras for the first time in World Series history For the second straight game, the Dodgers took a 3-1 lead in the sixth inning with two outs on a two-run homer.

Seager, who was left off the Dodgers’ National League Championship Series roster with a back injury, hit his first postseason homer since Game 2 of the 2016 NL Division Series.

Seager also became the youngest Dodger to homer in a World Series game since Pete Reiser in 1941.

Corey Seager gives the Dodgers a 3-1 lead in the 6th with a two-run homer to left field against Justin Verlander.

Alex Bregman, like in Game 1, drove in the first run of the game for the Astros with a one-out RBI single to center off Hill.

After Dodgers broadcasting legend Vin Scully delivered the ceremonial first pitch with the assistance of Fernando Valenzuela, Game 2 of the World Series was ready to get underway.