Lightning cardboard cutouts show up at ALCS to root on Rays

Lightning cardboard cutouts show up at ALCS to root on Rays

During the bottom of the first inning, an unsuccessful pass from Jose Altuve to Yuli Gurriel set two runners on base for the Rays.

Carlos Correa homered for the Astros, who have scored three runs in the series while leaving 21 runners stranded.

"No one has forgotten what they have done or chose to do in years past", Tampa Bay outfielder Kevin Kiermaier said.

Margot made a spectacular catch in the second inning for an out.

The Rays shared a picture on social media of the two champs, in very recent pictures as each is holding the Cup for his cutout.

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After the game one win, Tampa Bay is now -1000 to win the series.

Fresh off the heels of their late-inning, go-ahead home run off the Yankees' Aroldis Chapman, the Rays look to take Game 1 of the ALCS against a confident Astros team.

Houston scored 33 runs in four games while knocking AL West champion Oakland out of the Division Series in Chavez Ravine last week, even batting.333 with runners in scoring position against the A's. Walker Buehler gave up just one run over five-plus innings for Los Angeles. "That experience probably helped us get to where we are right now, and the irony is that we're playing them again now over seven games".

Rays pitcher Charlie Morton described this play as "unbelievable". This third game will be key for the Astros as they would not want to find themselves in a 0-3 hole.

The Rays locked in Tyler Glasnow as a starter for Game 4, and will put Ryan Yarbrough on the mound for Game 3.

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