The Rays have been outhit 19-10 by the Astros in the ALCS so far, but they are making all the plays and lead the series 2-0.
SAN DIEGO — It was not until Manuel Margot’s feet left the ground that it occurred to him that he might fall. The Rays right fielder had played more than three seasons in Petco Park as a Padre, but he played every inning of his tenure here in center. He was not entirely sure of the contours of the right field wall. He was not entirely sure what lay on the other side of it. He was only sure that he wanted to catch the fly ball slicing toward him.
There were men on second and third with two outs and the top of the Astros’ order due up in the second inning when George Springer lofted a sinker down the third-base line.
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