Tampa Bay Rays second baseman Brandon Lowe hit two home runs -- both to the opposite field after he hit zero opposite-field homers in the regular season -- in the 6-4 World Series victory over the Dodgers in Game 2 on Wednesday. Lowe helped the team snap a major league record of 10 straight games with eight hits or fewer. The left-handed hitter came into Game 2 of the World Series in a 4-for-52 funk before going deep twice. The 26-year-old is still hitting just .131 (8-for-61) during the postseason with three home runs, five RBI and six runs scored in 15 games. But perhaps the big game on Wednesday will get him going for the rest of the series.