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Game Two, Rays Win.

The Tampa Bay Rays took a healthy lead in early innings of Thursday night’s (Oct. 23, 2008) second game of the baseball World Series at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg FL, while the opposing Philadelphia Phillies squandered opportunities to score. The Phillies made plenty of hits but left runners on base, and Tampa Bay won 4-2.

Phillies’ pitcher Brett Myers performed well, but Rays’ starter James Shields did even more so. The Series is tied, one game apiece, as it now comes to Philadelphia’s Citizens Bank Park for games Saturday and Sunday (Oct. 25 and 26, 2008).

Citizens Bank Park.

Citizens Bank Park.

Fans can rest and relax during today’s travel interim, and be prepared to bring their “A” cheer when the Phillies return to home field. Until then, consider these:

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