World Series 2020: Tampa Bay Rays’ Randy Arozarena break MLB postseason home run record

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It’s a very good time to be a sports fan in Tampa Bay. The Tampa Bay Rowdies just won the Eastern Conference Final and will host the USL Championship match at Al Lang Stadium on November 1. The Buccaneers continue to impress and just added Antonio Brown to its roster. The Lightning of course won the Stanley Cup. The Tampa Bay Rays are in the World Series and have tied it up with Dodgers at two games a piece.

The major story out of Game 4 of the World Series is that Randy Arozarena just set the MLB postseason home run record with his 9th. The 23-year-old rookie achieved this over the course of 18 games.

Arozarena is also now tied with Pablo Sandoval for the most hits in a single postseason.


Written by Andrew Harlan

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