If you are viewing this story via our mobile app and are unable to see videos and tweets, click here . The Dodgers scored five two-out runs Friday and beat the Rays 6-2 in Game 3 of the World Series at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.Los Angeles leads the best-of-seven series, two games to one.Dodgers starter Walker Buehler allowed just one run on three hits and a walk on 98 pitches over six innings, striking out 10. The Rays went without a hit until Manuel Margot doubled down the leftfield line with one out in the fifth.Los Angeles' 50 two-out runs this postseason are the most of any team in the wild-card era (since 1999).With two outs in the first inning, Justin Turner hit a 95 mph fastball from Charlie Morton 397 feet over the leftfield fence.The Dodgers added two more runs with two out in the third.After striking out the first two batters in the inning, Morton hit Corey Seager with a pitch. Turner doubled into the leftfield corner, moving Seager to third. Both runners scored on Max Muncy’s single to center.The Dodgers tacked on two more runs in the fourth.Cody Bellinger singled to center and moved to third on Joc Pederson’s single down the rightfield line. He scored on Austin Barnes' sacrifice bunt to first baseman Ji-Man Choi. Mookie Betts' single to center drove home Pederson with yet another two-out run.The Rays finally got on the board in the fifth, thanks to back-to-back doubles from Margot and Willy Adames.Barnes got the run right back for the Dodgers, homering to left-centerfield off John Curtiss in the sixth — you guessed it, with two outs.The Rays' Randy Arozarena homered with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to make it 6-2. With eight, Arozarena tied a record for most home runs in a single postseason.Morton struck out six while allowing five runs on seven hits and a walk on 93 pitches over 4-1/3 innings. Follow our live updates: Dodgers at bat (Shane McClanahan pitching) Corey Seager flips a single into leftfieldJustin Turner flies out to centerfielder Kevin KiermaierMax Muncy pops out to leftfielder Randy ArozarenaWill Smith flies out to centerfielder Kevin Kiermaier Rays at bat (Kenley Jansen pitching) Austin Meadows strikes out swingingBrandon Lowe flies out to rightfielder Mookie BettsRandy Arozarena homers to leftfield. Dodgers 6, Rays 2 Ji-Man Choi lines out to leftfielder Chris Taylor Dodgers win 6-2 Dodgers at bat (Ryan Thompson pitching) Enrique Hernandez strikes out swingingAustin Barnes grounds out to pitcher Ryan ThompsonMookie Betts grounds out to shortstop Willy Adames Rays at bat (Brusdar Graterol pitching) Willy Adames grounds out back to the moundKevin Kiermaier flies out to centerfielder Cody BellingerYoshi Tsutsugo pinch-hits for Mike ZuninoTsutsugo grounds out to second baseman Enrique Hernandez Dodgers 6, Rays 1 after eight innings Dodgers at bat (Ryan Sherriff pitching) Max Muncy strikes out swingingWill Smith draws a walkCody Bellinger bounces into a fielder’s choice, Brandon Lowe retiring Smith at secondChris Taylor pops out to second baseman Brandon Lowe Rays at bat (Blake Treinen pitching) Ji-Man Choi grounds out to second baseman Chris TaylorManuel Margot strikes out swingingJoey Wendle strikes out swinging Dodgers 6, Rays 1 after seven innings Dodgers at bat (John Curtiss pitching) Chris Taylor strikes out on a foul tipJoc Pederson pops out to third baseman Joey WendleAustin Barnes homers to left-centerfield. Dodgers 6, Rays 1 Mookie Betts singles to rightfieldBetts steals second baseCorey Seager draws a walkJustin Turner flies out to centerfielder Kevin Kiermaier Rays at bat (Walker Buehler pitching) Mike Zunino strikes out swingingAustin Meadows singles to rightfieldBrandon Lowe strikes out on a foul tipRandy Arozarena strikes out swinging Dodgers 6, Rays 1 after six innings Dodgers at bat (Charlie Morton pitching) Justin Turner strikes out swingingMax Muncy draws a walkJohn Curtiss relieves Morton (John Curtiss pitching) Will Smith flies out to rightfielder Manuel MargotCody Bellinger strikes out on a foul tip Rays at bat (Walker Buehler pitching) Ji-Man Choi strikes out swingingManuel Margot doubles into the leftfield corner, the Rays' first hit of the nightJoey Wendle strikes out swingingWilly Adames doubles to leftfield, scoring Margot. Dodgers 5, Rays 1 Kevin Kiermaier grounds out to first baseman Max Muncy Dodgers 5, Rays 1 after five innings Dodgers at bat (Charlie Morton pitching) Cody Bellinger singles to centerfieldChris Taylor strikes out swingingJoc Pederson singles down the rightfield line, moving Bellinger to thirdAustin Barnes drives home Bellinger with a sacrifice bunt. Pederson moves to second. Dodgers 4, Rays 0 Mookie Betts singles to centerfield, scoring Pederson. Dodgers 5, Rays 0 Betts steals second baseCorey Seager grounds out to third baseman Joey Wendle Rays at bat (Walker Buehler pitching) Austin Meadows flies out to centerfielder Cody BellingerBrandon Lowe strikes out swingingRandy Arozarena flies out to Bellinger in center Dodgers 5, Rays 0 after four innings Dodgers at bat (Charlie Morton pitching) Austin Barnes called out on strikesMookie Betts strikes out swingingCorey Seager hit by a pitchJustin Turner doubles into the leftfield corner, moving Seager to third with two outMax Muncy singles to center, scoring both Seager and Turner. Dodgers 3, Rays 0 Will Smith flies out to centerfielder Kevin Kiermaier Rays at bat (Walker Buehler pitching) Willy Adames grounds out to third baseman Justin TurnerKevin Kiermaier reaches on a walkMike Zunino hits into a double play, Justin Turner to Chris Taylor to Max Muncy Dodgers 3, Rays 0 after three innings Dodgers at bat (Charlie Morton pitching) Cody Bellinger flies out to leftfielder Randy ArozarenaChris Taylor strikes out swingingJoc Pederson grounds out to second baseman Brandon Lowe Rays at bat (Walker Buehler pitching) Ji-Man Choi strikes out lookingManuel Margot strikes out swingingJoey Wendle flies out to leftfielder Joc Pederson Dodgers 1, Rays 0 after two innings Dodgers at bat (Charlie Morton pitching) Mookie Betts grounds out to shortstop Willy AdamesCorey Seager flies out to leftfielder Randy ArozarenaJustin Turner homers to leftfield. Dodgers 1, Rays 0 Max Muncy singles up the middle of Charlie Morton’s legWill Smith strikes out swinging Rays at bat (Walker Buehler pitching) Austin Meadows chops out to first baseman Max MuncyBrandon Lowe is called out on strikesRandy Arozarena strikes out on a foul tip Dodgers 1, Rays 0 after one inning So, how do you like the Rays' chances in Game 4?Yes, they have to get through Game 3 first. But that’s what Charlie Morton is for.Morton is 5-0 with a 0.70 earned-run average in the postseason since joining the Rays last season. Just six days ago, he helped Tampa Bay into the World Series by pitching five-plus scoreless innings in a Game 7 win over the Astros.So, he’s got this, right?Obviously, it’s not that easy. The Dodgers hit the ball as well or better than any team the Rays have seen in the playoffs. They’ve got their own ace on the mound in Walker Buehler. And nobody is infallible.Still, if you need a pitcher to win a big game for you, there aren’t many better than Morton.Need more to feel good about?The Rays’ defense, led by three-time Gold Glove winner Kevin Kiermaier , has been outstanding throughout the postseason.Second baseman Brandon Lowe couldn’t have picked a better time for his bat to come alive, hitting two home runs in a 6-4 win in Game 2.And Tampa Bay has been able to shorten games by using its top relievers in high-leverage situations , no matter when they might come along.There will be another element in play tonight. Namely, the lack of elements. Due to inclement weather in Arlington, Texas, the roof of Globe Life Field will be closed for the first time this postseason. During the regular season, that meant an average of more than three fewer runs scored per game.Will that play into the Rays' hands?Follow along, starting at 8:08 p.m., as Morton and his teammates aim to take their first lead of the series.