If you are viewing this story via our mobile app and are unable to see videos and tweets, click here . Brandon Lowe hit two home runs, driving in three runs, and Joey Wendle had three RBIs of his own as the Rays beat the Dodgers 6-4 in Game 2 of the World Series Wednesday at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.Tampa Bay pitchers combined to strike out 15 Los Angeles batters. Starter Blake Snell struck out nine, pitching no-hit ball for 4-2/3 innings before Chris Taylor reached him for a two-run homer in the fifth.The Rays tied the best-of-seven series at one game apiece. Game 3 is Friday at 8:08 p.m.Lowe, who entered the game batting .107 (6-for-56) in the postseason, drove a 95 mph fastball from Los Angeles starter Tony Gonsolin 410 feet to left-centerfield in the first inning.The Rays scored two more runs in the fourth to extend their lead to 3-0.Randy Arozarena reached on a walk but was retired at second when Ji-Man Choi hit into a fielder’s choice. After Manuel Margot singled, moving Choi to second, Wendle doubled to right-center, scoring both runners.Lowe added a two-run shot off Dustin May in the fifth, sending an 86 mph curveball 381 feet off the top of the fence in left to make it 5-0. Austin Meadows singled ahead of Lowe’s blast.The Rays tacked on a run in the sixth on a Wendle sacrifice fly, his third RBI of the game.Will Smith homered off reliever Nick Anderson to trim the Rays' lead to 6-3 in the bottom of the sixth. Corey Seager made it 6-4 with a homer off Pete Fairbanks in the eighth.Snell allowed two runs on two hits and four walks on 88 pitches. He was relieved By Anderson after walking Mookie Betts and allowing a Corey Seager single following Taylor’s home run to right-centerfield in the fifth. Anderson struck out Justin Turner to end the threat. Here’s how it happened: Rays at bat (Jake McGee pitching) Mike Zunino bounces out to pitcher Jake McGeeYandy Diaz draws a walkBrandon Lowe strikes out swingingRandy Arozarena reaches on a single to third base. Diaz advances to secondHunter Renfroe pinch-runs for Diaz. Brett Phillips pinch-runs for ArozarenaMike Brosseau grounds out to Chris Taylor up the middle Dodgers at bat (Aaron Loup pitching) Edwin Rios called out on strikesAustin Barnes pinch-hits for Joc PedersonBarnes flies out to leftfielder Brett PhillipsDiego Castillo relieves Loup (Diego Castillo pitching) Chris Taylor strikes out swinging Rays win 6-4 Rays at bat (Alex Wood pitching) Manuel Margot strikes out swingingJoey Wendle grounds out to third baseman Justin TurnerWilly Adames doubles to leftfieldKevin Kiermaier grounds out to first baseman Max Muncy Dodgers at bat (Pete Fairbanks pitching) Corey Seager homers to centerfield. Rays 6, Dodgers 4 Justin Turner doubles on a ball that drops between centerfielder Kevin Kiermaier and rightfielder Manuel MargotMax Muncy flies out to rightfielder Manuel MargotWill Smith lines out to third baseman Joey WendleAaron Loup relieves Fairbanks (Aaron Loup pitching) Cody Bellinger called out on strikes Rays 6, Dodgers 4 after eight innings Rays at bat (Alex Wood pitching) Mike Zunino grounds out to shortstop Corey SeagerYandy Diaz pinch-hits for Austin MeadowsDiaz singles off the wall in right-centerfieldBrandon Lowe taps out to pitcher Alex Wood. Diaz advances to secondRandy Arozarena is intentionally walkedMike Brosseau pinch-hits for Ji-Man ChoiBrosseau strikes out on a foul tip Dodgers at bat (Pete Fairbanks pitching) Joc Pederson flies out to centerfielder Kevin KiermaierChris Taylor strikes out swingingMookie Betts pops out to first baseman Mike Brosseau in foul territory Rays 6, Dodgers 3 after seven innings Rays at bat (Joe Kelly pitching) Ji-Man Choi singles to right-centerfieldManuel Margot singles to leftfield, his third hit of the game. Choi moves to thirdJoey Wendle hits a sacrifice fly to leftfielder Chris Taylor, scoring ChoiMargot moves to second when Max Muncy misplays a pickoff throwWilly Adames strikes out swingingKevin Kiermaier strikes out swinging Dodgers at bat (Nick Anderson pitching) Max Muncy pops out to third baseman Joey WendleWill Smith homers to left-centerfield. Rays 6, Dodgers 3 Cody Bellinger grounds out to second baseman Brandon LoweEdwin Rios pinch-hits for AJ PollockRios strikes out swinging Rays 6, Dodgers 3 after six innings Rays at bat (Dustin May pitching) Kevin Kiermaier strikes out swingingMike Zunino grounds out to shortstop Corey SeagerAustin Meadows singles to right-centerfieldBrandon Lowe homers to leftfield, scoring Meadows. Rays 5, Dodgers 0 Randy Arozarena grounds out to second baseman Enrique Hernandez Dodgers at bat (Blake Snell pitching) Cody Bellinger grounds out to third baseman Joey WendleAJ Pollock strikes out swingingEnrique Hernandez draws a walkChris Taylor hits a two-run home run. Rays 5, Dodgers 2 Mookie Betts draws a walkCorey Seager singles to right, moving Betts to secondNick Anderson relieves Snell (Nick Anderson pitching) Justin Turner strikes out swinging Rays 5, Dodgers 2 after five innings Rays at bat (Victor Gonzalez pitching) Brandon Lowe grounds out to second baseman Enrique HernandezRandy Arozarena draws a walkJi-Man Choi grounds into fielder’s choice, retiring Arozarena at secondDustin May relieves Gonzalez (Dustin May pitching) Manuel Margot singles to rightfield. Choi moves to secondJoey Wendle hits a two-run double to right-centerfield. Rays 3, Dodgers 0 Willy Adames grounds out to first baseman Max Muncy Dodgers at bat (Blake Snell pitching) Justin Turner flies out to centerfielder Kevin KiermaierMax Muncy strikes out swingingWill Smith strikes out swinging Rays 1, Dodgers 0 after four innings Rays at bat (Dylan Floro pitching) Kevin Kiermaier grounds out to shortstop Corey SeagerMike Zunino pops out to SeagerVictor Gonzalez relieves Floro (Victor Gonzalez pitching) Austin Meadows pops out to Corey Seager in foul territory Dodgers at bat (Blake Snell pitching) Chris Taylor strikes out swingingMookie Betts grounds out to third baseman Joey WendleCorey Seager strikes out swinging Rays 1, Dodgers 0 after three innings Rays at bat (Tony Gonsolin pitching) Manuel Margot draws a walkMargot steals second baseJoey Wendle flies out to centerfielder Cody Bellinger. Margot advances to thirdDylan Floro relieves Gosolin (Dylan Floro pitching) Willy Adames hits into a forceout, shortstop Corey Seager throwing out Margot at the plateAdames steals second base, but the call is reversed following a replay review Dodgers at bat (Blake Snell pitching) Max Muncy reaches on a walkWill Smith called out on strikesCody Bellinger draws a walk, Muncy moving to secondAJ Pollock popped out to first baseman Ji-Man Choi in foul territoryEnrique Hernandez strikes out swinging Rays 1, Dodgers 0 after two innings Rays at bat (Tony Gonsolin pitching) Austin Meadows pops out to shortstop Corey SeagerBrandon Lowe homers to left-centerfield. Rays 1, Dodgers 0 Randy Arozarena pops out to second baseman Enrique HernandezJi-Man Choi strikes out swinging Dodgers at bat (Blake Snell pitching) Mookie Betts strikes out swingingCorey Seager flies out to Manuel Margot in right-centerfieldJustin Turner strikes out Rays 1, Dodgers 0 after one inning Okay, we know by now that hitting isn’t exactly the Rays' strong suit .Tampa Bay reached the World Series thanks its pitching, defense and ability to wring every last drop of production out of its roster — along with some timely at-bats from Randy Arozarena and Manuel Margot.So, Game 2 should play right into its hands, right?The Rays will have former Cy Young award winner Blake Snell on the mound , while the Dodgers — with Walker Buehler, being pushed back to Game 3 due to blister issues — will try to cover the nine innings with their bullpen .But as we found out in Game 1, having your best pitchers rested and ready doesn’t necessarily guarantee success . Tyler Glasnow struggled with his control Tuesday, walking six batters while yielding six runs on 112 pitches in just over four innings of an 8-3 loss.Snell was lights-out in the Wild Card Series against the Blue Jays, then seemed to work in and out of trouble while running up a high pitch count during the past two series against the Yankees and Astros.In his most recent outing, he walked three of the first seven Astros in Game 6 of the ALCS and needed 42 pitches to get through the first two innings. He was relieved — much to his chagrin — after allowing the first two batters to reach in the fifth.If Snell can avoid the high-pitch innings, particularly early on, that have plagued him for much of this postseason and battle as he did in Game 1 of the ALCS, the Rays could very well find the series tied at the end of the night.If not, it might not matter who is on the mound for the Dodgers.Rays manager Kevin Cash is sticking with the struggling Austin Meadows and Brandon Lowe at the top of the batting order. Meadows is 4-for-37 for the postseason and 0-for-his past-12. Lowe is 6-for-56.Follow along, starting at 8:08 p.m., as Snell and the Rays try to even up the best-of-seven series.