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World Series Game 2: Dodgers on Red Sox live updates and analyzes

Red Sox defeated LA Dodgers, 4-2, in Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday at Fenway Park.Boston has a…

Red Sox defeated LA Dodgers, 4-2, in Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday at Fenway Park.

Boston has a 2-0 lead in the series resuming in LA on Friday.

Here are the box points.

Below are updates and analyzes from the game as it developed.

Ninth Inning: Red Sox 4, Dodgers 2

Top: Craig Kimbrel took the height. Manny Machado flew out to the center before Chris Taylor and Matt Kemp found their way to the end of the game.

Eighth Inning: Red Sox 4, Dodgers 2

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Bottom: Pedro Baez replaced Kenta Maeda in height. Cody Bellinger made a sliding catch on the warning slots at the center to deprive J.D. Martinez of his second hit at night. Xander Bogaerts flew out to the center and Rafael Devers was able to finish the move.

Top: Nathan Eovaldi replaced Joe Kelly on the garden and knocked out Cody Bellinger for the first time. Then Justin Turner founded himself shortly and Joc Pederson, clinging to David Freese, flew out to the left field to finish the entry.

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Nathan Eovaldi only needed 13 seats to get through the eighth.

Seventh Inning: Red Sox 4, Dodgers 2

Bottom: Kenta Maeda came in for Julio Urias. After Christian Vazquez was founded, Mookie Betts hit a high ball by Green Monster for a double. Then Andrew Benintendi knocked out, and Maeda was drawn to the left Scott Alexander. Betts advanced to third at a height from Alexander who missed off, but Mitch Moreland, cut off Steve Pearce, knocked out to finish the innings.

 Mookie Betts dances on the second base after a seventh inning double.

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Mookie Betts dances in the second base after a seventh turn-in.

Top: Joe Kelly entered the match for David Price. Max Muncy knocked out before Yasiel Puig was founded to Rafael Devers. Kelly then hit Yasmani Grandal, pinch Austin Barnes, to retire on the side in order.

Sixth Inning: Red Sox 4, Dodgers 2

Bottom: Lefthander Julio Urias replaced Madson on the heap. He retired the page in order.

Top: David Price hit the page in order.

Bottom: Christian Vazquez singled on a two-out hit to the right. Mookie Betts followed a single up in the middle to put runners on first and second. Hyun-Jin Ryu joined Andrew Benintendi on eight lanes to charge the bosses with two outs before manager Dave Roberts replaced Ryu with righty Ryan Madson, who went Steve Pearce to take home Vazquez. A bass hit from J.D. Martinez fell in front of Puig to give Red Sox a 4-2 lead. Xander Bogaerts slipped out to finish the innings.

 J.D.. Martinez hit a two-run single in the fifth inning.

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J.D. Martinez hit a two-run single in the fifth inning.

 Andrew Benintendi celebrated with fans after scoring for fifth inning.

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Andrew Benintendi celebrated with fans after scoring in fifth inning.

Top: Andrew Benintendi robbed Brian Dozier of a bass flag with a leaping grip in front of Green Monster. Justin Turner relied on a soft and bouncing ball and David Freese appeared to finish the innings.

Fourth Inning: Dodgers 2, Red Sox 1

Bottom: J.D. Martinez found himself out, Xander Bogaerts knocked out and Rafael Devers knocked out to finish the innings. Hyun-Jin Ryu has five Ks at night.

Top: David Freese only reached after Mookie Betts could not catch the catch at a line station on the right. At David Prices next high Manny Machado made a bass flag to the midfield to put runners on first and second. The prize then went Chris Taylor in six places to load the bases. Matt Kemp hit an RBI victim flying to the center, and Freese tagged to tie the score at 1-1. Enrique Hernandez capped a nine-pitch bat with a strikeout for the second out of the inning. Joe Kelly started warming in the red Sox bullpen. Yasiel Puig launched a hard-hit blooper over a jumping Ian Kinsler to drive in Machado and put runners on the corners. Austin Barnes swung out to finish the innings. Price Counting: 67.

 Mookie Betts was unable to catch the catch on a line driver from David Freese in fourth inning.

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Mookie Betts could not catch the catch

Third inning: Red Sox 1, Dodgers 0

Bottom: Hyun-Jin Ryu released Christian Vazquez to open inning. Then Mookie Betts singled to the left-center field on a 1 and 2 pitch, Andrew Benintendi lined out to center field, and Steve Pearce popped out to finish the inning.

Top: Ian Kinsler nabbed a floater of Yasiel Puig for the first time and Austin Barnes popped out to the right field for others out. David Price then went Dozier before Justin Turner founded to finish the inning. Price Counting: 43.

 David Price calls for what he thought was a third strike during the third inning.

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David Price calls for what he thought was a third strike during the third Inning.

Second Inning: Red Sox 1, Dodgers 0

Bottom: After JD Martinez lined out to the midfield, Xander Bogaerts doubled by Green Monster for Boston’s first bass runner at night. Rafael Devers then knocked out and turned to others. Ian Kinsler lined a bass to the left to drive in Bogaerts, giving Red Sox a 1-0 lead. Jackie Bradley Jr. followed by a base beat up in the middle, but Chris Taylor threw Kinsler on third to finish the inning.

 David Freese slipped into the first pit of the football and chased an ugly ball during the second inning.

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David Freese entered the first bass photographer’s pit and chased an ugly ball during the second inning.

Top: After David Price beat Chris Taylor (swinging in three places) and Matt Kemp (looking at four places), Enrique Hernandez popped out to the center to finish the inning.

First Inning

Bottom: Mookie Betts founded, Andrew Benintendi knocked out and turned Steve Pearce out for a 1-2-3 inning.

 Mookie Betts was tagged by David Freese in the first inning.

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Mookie Betts was tagged by David Freese in the first run.

To the top: After lead-out Brian Dozier echoed out and Justin T urns knocked out, David Price went to David Freese in six places. Manny Machado popped out for the completion of the injury. Price counting: 13, 8 for strike.

Pregame Scenes and Notes

Red Sox honored its beloved 2004 championship team on Wednesday night during the ceremony first race before game 2 in the 2018 series. Pedro Martinez, David Ortiz, Kevin Millar, Tim Wakefield, Jason Varietk, Keith Foulke and Alan Embree were at Fenway for the pregame ceremony. Why no Curt Schilling, who lives less than an hour from the park? “We did not reach him,” says a manager of Red Sox. “But it’s not unbelievable. It was originally just Pedro and David and Wake and Millar, but we heard from some others and they are included.”

Schilling will forever be one of the most important Red Sox players from 2004- championship. His political positions have made him a light pole in recent years. His exclusion from Wednesday’s ceremony is likely to increase the eyebrows.

Dan Shaughnessy

It was 43 degrees at the first tent.

 Look down Landsdowne Street with the full moon and precautionary building in the background.

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Landsdowne Street with the full moon and the precautionary building in the background.

 Fans instead of Fenway Park are collected.

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Fenway Park fans are tied up.

 The Red Sox Catcher Christian Vazquez heated his hands in the bullet before the game.

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The Red Sox Catcher Christian Vazquez warmed up his hands in the bullet before the game.

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Fans awaited Fenway Park.

 Red Sox player warms up existing ore game.

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Red Sox players warm up before the match.

 Members of the basics crew were busy releasing a line to declare the right field line before match 2 .

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Me the limbs of the basics were busy releasing a line to recalculate the right field line before match 2.

 The Red Sox pot Drew Pomeranz, added to the World Series roster, made someone throw in the field before tGame 2.

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 A rainbow over Fenway Park.

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A rainbow over Fenway Park.

Lineups

LHP David Price (1-1, 5.11 afterseason) and LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu (1-1, 4.40 postseason) are starting vessels.

RED SOX (1-0, 8-2 post season) DODGERS (0-1, 7-5 postseason)
Betts RF Dozier 2B
Benintendi LF [19659098] Turner 3B [19659098] Pearce 1B Freese 1B
Martinez DH Machado SS
Bogaerts SS Taylor LF
Devers 3B Kemp DH
Kinsler 2B [19659098] Hernandez CF 19659098] Bradley Jr. CF Puig RF
Vázquez C Barnes C

Ryu spent years watching Fenway Park through television screens, whether in his native South Korea or in the United States, where Ryu has been a big league potter since 2013. Finally, the left got a glance at Feneway’s historical grounds when Dodgers landed in Boston on Sunday. A certain wall took Ryu’s eye. “My first reaction to the green monster is very high,” he said by a translator Tuesday.

Owen Pence

Ryu keeps runners good. There have been only five steals against him in 97 major league games. It will be interesting to see if Sox challenges him.

Peter Abraham

■ The Sox has had a jugger outbreak in the fall season, pushing the jar by putting balls in play and not waiting for a home run. They are an average of 6.4 runs. Ryu, who did not go well on the way to NLCS, could have a hard time at Fenway Park.

Peter Abraham

Read Abraham’s complete game preview for more notes and nuggets.

The price increases this evening after throwing six shutdown innings in Game 5 of the American League Championship Series. He received high cheers from the Fenway audience during the team’s introductions before Tuesday’s game 1. He said before the world series that he felt “easier” now when he has a good playoff start under his belt.

Ryu makes its fourth start on this fall season. In his previous three excursions, he gave up seven runs of 17 hits, knocked out 15 and went two over 14 innings. Opponents had a .283 / .306 / .433 line against him in the three races.

Pregame reads

How a pregame staple helped Red Sox beat Clayton Kershaw: Advance scouting meetings are common, but this team has taken such meetings to another level. (Read more)

Christopher L. Gasper: Adopting good pitching is good? The red sox does not buy it. (Read more)

How did David Price suddenly call up his speed this postseason? And how did he develop a dive change he had not had at any previous point in the 2018 season? (Read more)

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