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WATCH: Jubilant Red Sox Fans Celebrate World Series Win

Previous generations of Red Sox fans, got precious little practice at celebrating World Series championships. However, Sox fans who are old enough to have watched, appreciate, and celebrate since 2004, are living in far more exciting times.

Red Sox

Back by the Beach, Dodgers Look to Get Hot in World Series

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Palm trees! Shorts! Sunglasses! While the World Series isn’t quite a trip to the beach, the Boston Red Sox anticipate staying hot in balmy California, and the Los Angeles Dodgers hope a warm welcome will help them reverse a 2-0 deficit.

Dodgers

Curt Schilling Not Invited to Red Sox World Series Ceremony

Former pitcher Curt Schilling played an important part in the Boston Red Sox’s 2004 World Series win. However, the former pitcher and current Breitbart host was not among those in attendance ahead of Game Two of the 2018 World Series, on Wednesday night.

Curt Schilling

Lefty Star Pitchers Kershaw and Sale Open World Series

Boston’s Chris Sale was hospitalized last week with a stomach ailment while Clayton Kershaw threw an inning last weekend, but both left-handed seven-time All-Stars will pitch in Tuesday’s World Series opener.

Kershaw Sale

Astros Skip Imploding Relievers to Take World Series Title, Shock LA

The 2017 World Series time machine seemed to go back, with an audience that dwarfed NFL games and the Astros winning by using the outdated process of letting the team’s starting pitchers back each other up instead of relying on modern relievers’ roles.

The Associated Press

Dodgers Rally Against Verlander, Force Game 7

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Chris Taylor, Corey Seager and the Los Angeles Dodgers sent this twist-and-turn World Series to Game 7, rallying against Justin Verlander to beat the Houston Astros 3-1 Tuesday night.

AP Matt Slocum

Astros Take Wild Game 5, Take 3-2 Lead to LA

HOUSTON (AP) — Alex Bregman hit a game-ending single off Kenley Jansen with two outs in the 10th inning, and the Houston Astros outslugged the Los Angeles Dodgers 13-12 Sunday night to take a 3-2 World Series lead.

AP David J Phillip