World News – CA – Los Angeles Dodgers win first World Series since 1988

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Los Angeles Dodgers celebrate after defeating the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 to win the World Series in Game 6 on October 27, 2020 in Arlington, Texas

Mookie Betts came to the Dodgers to make a difference in the World Series With a mad race to the plate he put Los Angeles on top

The end of a frustrating championship drought for LA – and maybe just the start for Betts and the Dodgers

Betts came out of third place for Corey Seager’s field start in the sixth and started the eighth with a one-time homer, and the Dodgers beat the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 in Game 6 for win their first championship since 1988

The Dodgers had played 5,014 regular season games and were in their 114th postseason game since Orel Hershiser knocked out Tony Phillips of Oakland for the World Series Finals in 1988, the same year, the departed veteran Clayton Kershaw – the three-stroke NL Cy Young Award winner who won games 1 and 5 of this series – was born in nearby Dallas

Kershaw was warming up in the bullpen when Julio Urias knocked out Willy Adames to end it and ran alongside his teammates to celebrate on the pitch – with many players and coaches still wearing face masks at the end of a season that unfolded in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic

Los Angeles had failed twice in the World Series in the previous three years and Betts were on the other side two years ago with the Boston Red Sox, who prior to this season traded the 2018 AL MVP to Dodgers They then granted him a $ 365 million extension over 12 years until he turned 40 in 2032.

Betts’ 3’s 2-second sprint was just enough time to beat first baseman Ji-Man Choi’s throw, pushing Los Angeles to 2-1 moments after Rays manager Kevin Cash pulled out the ace from the left-hander Blake Snell despite a dominant performance in 5 1/3 innings

Powerful Tampa Bay rookie Randy Arozarena extended his postseason record with his 10th homerun in the first right-corner rookie Tony Gonsolin, the first of seven Dodgers pitchers The Rays have never had a another runner beyond second base as the Los Angeles relievers box gave Tampa Bay a stint a taste of its own medicine

About 2.5 weeks after the Lakers won the NBA title while ending their season in the NBA bubble in Orlando, Fla., the Dodgers gave Los Angeles another championship this year when the novel coronavirus pandemic delayed, shortened and moved around sporting seasons

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World News – CA – Los Angeles Dodgers win first World Series since 1988


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