ARLINGTON, Texas - After breaking out of a postseason slump with two home runs in Game 2 of the World Series, Brandon Lowe continues to find success at the plate.
The Nansemond River High School product hit his third homer of the series in Saturday night's Game 4.
In the sixth inning, Lowe's three-run home run to left-center field put the Rays ahead 5-4, giving them their first lead of the game.
Lowe's home run was part of MLB history. According to StatsBySTATS, the Rays became the first team with a home run in four straight innings in a single postseason game. Randy Arozarena and Hunter Renfroe homered before Lowe, who was followed by Kevin Kiermaier.