For the second time this World Series, the Tampa Bay Rays find themselves a game behind.
With Game 4 Saturday night, the Rays trail the Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1 in the series from Arlington, Texas.
L.A. took Game 1, with the Rays responding in Game 2 and the Dodgers roaring back in Game 3.
In Game 4 the Rays turn to Ryan Yarborough. He's pitched in three games this postseason, two of them as a starter. In those two starts he went 1-1, allowing two runs in each of them through five innings.
The Dodgers counter with Julio Urias, who has appeared in four postseason games this season, all of which the Dodgers won. Only one of those games were as a starter though.
Rays manager Kevin Cash is shaking things up in the lineup a bit, moving Brandon Lowe into the fifth spot in the order and moving Randy Arozarena up to the two spot.
You know the Rays want to win this one, as a 3-1 deficit against these Dodgers is asking a lot.
First pitch of Game 4 is at 8:08 p.m. Saturday night.