The Texas Rangers beat the Toronto Blue Jays 7-4 Tuesday night.
The Blue Jays lost after spoiling the Rangers home opener the night before, beating them 6-2, in front of 38,238 fans.
Nate Lowe had two home runs for the Rangers out of four home runs that night against the Blue Jays.
There were six home runs total that evening, with Toronto’s Bo Bichette connecting twice.
Sportsnet reports there were more than 18,000 fans who witnessed the Jays loss.
Toronto’s Tanner Roark allowed three home runs, surrendering seven long balls in his past two starts against Texas and giving up five runs in three innings.
“Nothing was working,” Roark told Sportnet. “Three home runs in three innings, not very good. So, nothing was working.”
The series finale will be played this afternoon in Arlington, Texas at 2:05 p.m. EST. The Jays pitcher will be Hyun-jin Ryu and the Rangers will Kyle Gibson on the mound.