World Series Game 2 Live Updates: Houston and Atlanta Face Off

ImageEddie Rosario and the rest of Atlanta’s outfielders took time to familiarize themselves with the quirks of the outfield at Minute Maid Park.
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Atlanta had a big lead on Tuesday when Eddie Rosario — who else? — mastered one of Minute Maid Park’s outfield quirks.

Yuli Gurriel swung on the first pitch he saw from Tyler Matzek and drove the ball high into left, where it hit just below the all-important yellow line (but still far higher than most outfield fences), bounced near the warning track and reached Rosario’s waiting glove. Rosario turned and fired to second, where Ozzie Albies tagged Gurriel to end the eighth inning.

But with Game 2 — and possibly Games 6 and 7 — to be played in…

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