Red Sox, Astros co-favorites to take 2019 World Series

Red Sox, Astros co-favorites to take 2019 World Series

Red Sox, Astros co-favorites to take 2019 World Series

A much-needed win, especially after what happened (in Game 3).

While the crowd of 54,367 was stunned, Freese woke up fans in the bottom half.

Working on a one-hitter with a 4-0 lead, Rich Hill had just set down Eduardo Nunez swinging for the first out of the seventh inning.

Price was superb over seven-plus innings, two nights after pitching in relief.

The Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw retired the side in the top of the second. Now everything seems to be going Price's way.

His two stellar World Series starts, where he dominated the Dodgers lineup, also put to rest any questions about his ability to perform in the postseason. Chris Taylor flied out and Austin Barnes struck out.

After a colossal Game 4 victory in Los Angeles, the Red Sox have the Dodgers fighting for their lives in Game 5 before this series potentially heads back to Boston.

Puig then crushed a 92 miles per hour fastball deep into the left-field bleachers, raising his arms in triumph while Rodriguez slammed down his glove in pure frustration. They knocked them out in four games and gave Sale a brutal beating on the mound, all en route to winning the World Series themselves.

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For a dozen years, Steve Pearce was on the move. "And to be here right now is a dream come true".

Kershaw took off his glove and showed little emotion as Pearce finished his trot.

A good-sized pocket of Boston fans in right field began cheering 15 minutes before the first pitch and got louder when David Price strolled from the bullpen to the dugout.

Once the players held aloft the trophy, kissed their families and left the field, the Red Sox partied so hard in the visitors' clubhouse that the ceiling was literally dripping with champagne and beer. He pitched brilliantly (6 innings, 3 hits, nine strikeouts, no runs) against the Astros in the clinching Game 5 of the ALCS, and all ghosts apparently exorcised with that one masterpiece, he just kept doing it in the World Series.

Informed of Trump's comments, Boston manager Alex Cora simply said, "Dave Roberts is a good manager".

"I heard there were six people in my history class today".

"I never knew there were so many Red Sox fans here", Martinez said. I think we've all been waiting for this. The left-on-left matchup nearly worked out for Boston.

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