HOUSTON (AP) — The Dodgers and Astros were on their best behavior a day after a fracas at Minute Maid Park, and Edwin Ríos hit a two-run homer in the 13th inning to give Los Angeles a 4-2 win. No pitches thrown above or behind any batters, nobody made any ugly faces and everyone remained in their respective dugouts, even as the game became the longest one so far in this pandemic-shortened season. All was quiet aside from the fake crowd noise that was ratcheted up a couple of notches, and the crack of Ríos’ bat when he connected off Cy Sneed.
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