The 2023 World Series continues Saturday with Game 2 between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Texas Rangers!
The Rangers rallied to a stunning victory in Game 1, capped by Adolis García’s 11th-inning walk-off home run. The epic blast was made possible by Corey Seager’s mammoth game-tying two-run blast in the bottom of the ninth.
Tonight, the Diamondbacks look to even the series with Merrill Kelly taking the mound opposite the Rangers’ Jordan Montgomery. Both pitchers are making their first World Series start.
We’ve got you covered with all the action, from top plays to the best pregame and postgame moments from the “MLB on FOX” crew.
Also be sure to check out the free exclusive “MLB on FOX” live digital postgame show streaming on the FOX Sports app, FOX Sports website, and social accounts following the conclusion of Game 2!
Check out the latest updates below!
Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Texas Rangers (8:03 p.m. ET on FOX and the FOX Sports app)
Montgomery cruised through the first two innings by allowing only one base runner on an infield single.
Kelly went three up, three down in the third inning as he made his way unscathed through the Rangers lineup.
Gabriel Moreno hit a solo homer that put the Diamondbacks ahead 1-0 in the fourth. The D-backs tacked on another run in the fourth as Lourdes Gurriel Jr.’s single drove in Tommy Pham.
Cutting the deficit!
Mitch Garver launched a solo shot in the fifth to cut the Diamondbacks’ lead in half, to 2-1.
After Montgomery gave up a double to Pham, he got revenge by picking him off at second base to end the top of the sixth.
Evan Longoria singled down the third-base line, scoring Alek Thomas and extending the Diamondbacks’ lead to 3-0 in the seventh. Corbin Carroll then stepped to the plate and came through with an RBI single to score Longoria for a 4-0 lead.
Pouring it on!
Ketel Marte came up clutch in the eighth with a two-out single up the middle, adding two more runs for the Diamondbacks. Then, Carroll came up once again and immediately knocked another RBI single through to push the D-backs’ lead to 7-1.
Marte’s single also extended his playoff hitting streak to 18 games, which is the longest in MLB postseason history.
Breaking it open!
Emmanuel Rivera broke the game open even further for the D-backs with a two-RBI single as they took a 9-1 lead into the bottom of the ninth.
Stay tuned for the latest updates!
Pham joins the crew
Ortiz dubs Seager “the cookie monster”
Ginkel discusses Carroll’s emergence as a rookie
When worlds collide
Greg Olson from the “FOX NFL” crew made a surprise appearance on the pregame show.
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