They say good pitching always beats good hitting. But in last night's game two of the World Series, a young 24-year-old catcher beat the Indians with his bat, then his arm. Javy Lopez, Atlanta's slender catcher, smashed a two-run home run off right-hander Dennis Martinez with one out in the sixth inning to give the Braves a two run lead, which effectively put the Indians' backs against the wall. Two innings later, it was Lopez again, picking off Manny Ramirez at first base. It was then up to Braves closer Mark Wohlers to bring it home, which he did, giving up only one hit in one and a third innings. The Indians' Charles Nagy faces John Smoltz in game three Tuesday in Cleveland.