How to watch: Fox has the broadcast at 8 o’clock, but you can stream this one.
Top 2: Dodgers Contrary to Price
It was more of the same from David Price in the second not challenged by Dodgers.
Chris Taylor struck out in just three places, swinging behind on a 93 mph fastball after a couple of changes. Matt Kemp, who homered over the green monster on Tuesday, also knocked out and looked at a fastball that caught inside the corner, much to D.H.’S concern. And then Price Inning ended by getting Enrique Hernandez to fly out to the center.
: Ryu gets some help in the cold
Hyun-jin Ryu matched David Prices points resolution and made him better by not letting a bass runner.
Ryu received some help from his infield on a grounder from Mookie Betts as Manny Machado fought clean, but continued to throw well next to him. David Freese managed to correct the ball and hit Betts before he could reach the base.
Andrew Benintendi, who was 4-in-5 in his world-class debut last night, hit five places and waved at 75 m.p.h. curveball, and then Ryu came out of the innings when Steve Pearce appeared for the first time.
Waldstein: Not to hap the weather, but it’s really cool for the fans and when the game continues, the cold factor can have consequences if Red Sox is behind and people want to come home and heat. But Dave Roberts, Dodger’s manager, acknowledged that Dodgers is something new to deal with – colder than the San Francisco Giants’ downtown park.
“It’s hard,” said Roberts before the match. “I mean, I think every person is responding differently. But for us this is the first time we’ve played in clear weather like this.” San Francisco a little but nothing like this. “
This is not a night where you want to knock one of the knots on your bat.
Top 1: The Price To A Strong Start
David Price picked up just where he finished in ALCS, looks quite dominant in the first.
He came out with his first pitch when Brian Dozier founded on third. He only needed four places to knock out Justin Turner with a called strike on a 92 mile per hour fastball. He went to David Freese in six places, missed a quick ball, but came out of the innings when Manny Machado popped out to first.
It’s wet and cold at Fenway Park
It’s been okay all day in Boston and at 45 degrees and falling weather may be a factor in world 2. David Price had a problem early in the season with numbness in the fingers and there was some debate if it was a carpel tunnel issue from excessive video games or the cold conditions. Remember how cold and rainy it was in April and early May?
The prize has a reputation for struggling with the cold throughout its career. But he also had a reputation for never winning a start in the after-season, and he won his last match against Astros, and Red Sox is 2-0 in his last two starts. So for the first time since joining Red Sox three years ago, there is actually some optimism that goes into one of the prize’s post-season games.
Dodger’s reliever Ryan Madson said that the terms are “definitely an element” and said the warm -Water Dodgers had a heater in the bullet in Game 1, when it was a little warmer.
“I’ll tell the guys who did not raise last night, just move around a little more than usual,” said Madson. “Move your knee leader”.
So if you see Dodger’s relievers doing deep knee bends, you know why. – David Waldstein
Red Sox Startline
RF Mookie Betts
LF Andrew Benintendi
1B Steve Pearce
DH JD Martinez
SS Xander Bogaerts
3B Rafael Devers
2B Ian Kinsler
CF Jackie Bradley Jr.
LHP David Price
Eduardo Nunez may have hit the biggest blowout of Game 1 with a three-run homer over Green Monster in the seventh innings, but he’s back on the bench for Game 2 despite that Dodgers starts a left hand man. In spite of what would usually be a geranium advantage, the movement is meaningful, because Ryu was actually more effective against right-handed fighter this season and Nunez, a veteran infringer has hit only .235 in the afterseason. Rafael Devers, who is left-handed, has a .940 base-plus-slugging percentage in the after-season.
2B Brian Dozier
3B Justin Turner
1B David Freese  SS Manny Machado
LF Chris Taylor
DH Matt Kemp
CF Enrique Hernandez
RF Yasiel Puig
C Austin Barnes
LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu
World Series Game 2 Top Story Lines
Red Sox Used Seven Pots In Game 1. In 1985, Kansas City Royals used a total of seven pots to win a seven-player world series. Like it or not, says Tyler Kepner this is the Bullpen World Series.
Manny Machado was the engine of Dodger’s offensive in Game 1 and he will meet a famous enemy in David Price due to their long history in the American League East. In 44 career platforms against David Price, Machado has hit .293 with five home runs, which are tied mostly because he has a pot.
Prize dominated Houston in game 5 of A.L.C.S. He knocked out nine hits, allowed only three hits and did not go for a walk in six shutout innings. Go beyond that and you will get those who insist that he is one of the worst starters in postseason history and others who say he has not been nearly as bad as advertised. It’s a relatively small selection of games, but Price, between his dominant stint as a reliever in Tampa Bay’s run to the World Series 2008 and his good start last week hit 74 innings and had a 5.72 E.R.A. He had allowed several runs in each of his 11 starts and his team went 2-9 in these games.
Hyun-jin Ryu hit only 82 and a third innings this season as a result of a light injury, but he was dominant in his 15 starts, with a 1.97 delightful averaging and 9.7 strokes per nine innings. The left hand man has often recovered well but has been injured since joining Dodger’s 2013. He missed the whole season in 2015 with shoulder surgery and at one point in his career, 973 days passed between victories.
It was 53 degrees when Chris Sales gave the first height of Game 1 and with the game lasted 3 hours 52 minutes, it had fallen down in the mid-40s as the game progressed. It was quite a contrast to last year’s game 1 in the world series, which only took 2 hours 28 minutes and had a first class temperature of 103 degrees. Boston should be even cooler tonight, with The Weather Channel predicting that it was about 44 degrees when the game starts and then slowly descends from there.
Boston has had its share of bullpen problems this season, but Nathan Eovaldi, an appetizer, has looked amazing in two looks like a reliever. He has met eight strokes and allows only one single with his fastball watch in the 90’s. He will be a free agent this off season and his time in Boston, both in efficiency and versatility, will serve him well in his job search.