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Outplayed in the opener, they came back and simply overwhelmed the Florida Marlins with their pitching, hitting and defense for a 6-1 victory last night that evened the World Series at one game apiece.
Ogea limited the Marlins to one run and seven hits in 62/3 innings, and Mike Jackson and Jose Mesa closed with scoreless relief.
It was his fourth home run of this postseason and marked the hardest of the 10 hits Brown allowed in six innings.
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