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Hunter Pence had a hand in both runs in Thursday's World Series Game 2 win over the Tigers, scoring in the seventh and hitting a sac fly in the eighth.

Offense was hard to come by in this one, as the two teams combined for just seven hits. Pence scored his run on a Brandon Crawford double-play ball with the bases loaded, and he was able to hit the ball deep enough off of Octavio Dotel to easily score Angel Pagan. The 29-year-old entered the game batting just .173/.189/.250 this postseason.