Corey Seager hit a crucial RBI single in the 8th Saturday.

Strong hitting with two outs has been a key for the Los Angeles Dodgers throughout this postseason. They reached an all-time record of 50 two-out runs this postseason in Game 3 Friday, then added two more early in Game 4 Saturday. That second one was a solo home run from Corey Seager, and he’d add another one in the top of the eighth (after four further two-out runs from the Dodgers) with a bloop single over the head of shortstop Willy Adames:

That was Seager’s fourth hit of the night, and one that put the Dodgers in excellent position. And it was yet another success story for them with two outs.

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