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Top 8: Pearce Hits His Second Home Run
Pedro Baez was relieved by Clayton Kershaw and he made matters worse, so a solo home drove to Steve Pearce who made it 5-1.
Mookie Betts led off, and was quite fast on a fly to the middle field. Andrew Benintendi popped out to the prisoner, but since Pearce, who had homered in the first inning to start Boston’s score, struck another and took a change from Baez over the wall in the left center.
Bottom 7: The price eliminates any doubt
David Price ensures that nobody ever asks for his postseason reference ever again. He crossed through the seventh and still looks inexhaustible.
Manny Machado was in a hurry, Max Muncy flew out on the left, and Yasiel Puig hit a soft comebacker to finish the innings.
Top 7: Martinez Tags Kershaw for One More
Clayton Kershaw has fought to hold on to David Price, but he looks after seven innings. He had allowed a home to run to Mookie Betts in sixth and he got a homer to J.D. Martinez to start the seventh. Even though he fled without further damage, long aces seem to have nothing left.
After Martinez homered to center, Xander Bogaerts pointed to one line on the left. Brock Holt was founded to others and then advanced to second when Rafael Devers singled.
Christian Vazquez beat others out of the inning and then David Price founded to get Kershaw out of the inning.
Bottom 6th: The Price Closes Dodgers Again
David Price makes this look easy.
David Freese finally made one out and founded to others. Justin Turner leaned to the left and Enrique Hernandez was founded to others.
With 1-2-3 inning, the prize is through six and has threw only 76 seats.
Top 6: Betts Bursting A Solo Home Run To Extend The Red Sox Lead
Boston padded his lead with a solo home running from random Mookie Betts and is now up 3-1.
After David Price founded, Betts had not been hit in his last 13-bats, slammed a slider over the wall in the left-center for the first postseason’s home run of his career.
Bet’s blast did not seem to shake Clayton Kershaw, who got a groundout from Andrew Benintendi and a flight from Steve Pearce ends inning.
Bottom 5: Another 1-2-3 Inning for Price
David Price may have received some help from the referee in a 1-2-3 fifth.
Chris Taylor, who usually takes giant chicks, has rallied up on a controlled turn third strike, with home champion Jeff Nelson calling for his first base judge on a call that at best was the limit. Nelson argued a bit with Dodger’s dugout before the award went to Austin Barnes.
Barnes continued to measure to others and Clayton Kershaw, who looked like a pot, was allowed to bathe a second time and ended the inning with a soft comebacker to Price.
Top 5: Suddenly It’s a Pitcher’s Duel
Clayton Kershaw simply sees out nowadays.
Boston’s leadoff smith, Brock Holt, lined to the first base. Rafael Devers struck out in three places and held his bat on his shoulder when Kershaw’s tracks danced around the strike zone. Then it was simply a matter of getting Christian Vazquez to pop up to the left and Kershaw was out of the inning.
Under 4: The price has a little more juice left
David Price kept his countdown down and crossed through a perfect fourth.
Manny Machado struck out in five places, simply flailing against an evil change. Max Muncy swung at the first climb as he saw, moved out to the center, and Yasiel Puig finished the inning by reaching out to others.
The price is 56 places and has not shown any fatigue than yet.
Top 4: Red Sox Can not Calculate Kershaw
Clayton Kershaw continues to keep things quiet.
After Steve Pearce landed out to third, JD Martinez got his first match in the match with a single to the left. But the mild thunder was snapped quickly when Xander Bogaerts was founded in an inning-ending 6-4-3 double play.
Bottom 3rd: Martinez loses one, but price recovers
Boston wants to have a big bat in lineup almost costing them a run when JD Martinez blew a beat abroad, but David Price worked around a runner on the third to add another pointless inning to his collection.
After Clayton Kershaw started inning by firing out to third, David Freese hit a ball deep to the right. Martinez, usually a nominated hitter, cleared the ball before it came to him and once he jumped the ball down on the wall he had no chance to throw out Freese even though Freese had gone to a slow start because he assumed the ball would captured.
With a runner on the third and one out, Justin Turner was based on cards with Freese forced to hold. The prize then released inning when Enrique Hernandez fell out.
Top 3: Kershaw has been dominant since the first inning
The score came quickly in the first inning, but both of the kinks have looked down. It was Clayton Kershaw’s turn to cross the top of the third. David Prize’s first bet of the season was one of the more comical matches, as the left-handed AL Corps was against left-wing Kershaw, but Price managed to draw five places before they knocked out, which was one of a win.
It took up the top of Boston’s order, and Mookie Betts continued his latest fun and hit 0 for his last 13 when he fled to the center. With two outs, Andrew Benintendi first founded in the end to finish the innings.
Under 2: Price adds another zero to the board
David Price worked around a single to throw a pointless inning.
Max Muncy is in the game for his bats, not his glove, but in his first bat against David Price he went down and turned and hit a low change that had completely fooled him.
Yasiel Puig gave Los Angeles a base runner when he singled on a fly to the left-center that Andrew Benintendi could not run down. With an on and off, Chris Taylor worked a full bill before moving to the center. It left Austin Barnes, who struck out in four places. Barnes is now 0-in-10 in the world series.
The price of short rest will probably be a bit limited, so with him already up to 38 there is a chance that he may only go three or four innings tonight.
Top 2: Kershaw Settles Down
Clayton Kershaw definitely crossed through Boston 6-7-8 hitters.
Brock Holt flew softly to the left and Rafael Devers turned out swinging. It picked up Christian Vazquez and the Red Sox prisoner leaned out to center to finish the inning.
Bottom 1: Freese takes first position Deep
David Freese only needed a ball to close the gap to 2-1, hit a 92mph ball from David Price across the wall in the right center. But that was all Los Angeles could collect.
After Freeses blast, Justin Turner went to five places. He was erased when Enrique Hernandez was founded in a 5-4-3 double game.
Manny Machado, who was most punchless in this world series, took the first five places he saw and came to a full bill. After fouling of three places he knocked out to finish the inning. Nine of the Prices 16 places in the inning went to Machado.
Top 1: Pearce’s Blast Shakes Dodgers
Clayton Kershaw’s post-season match continued when he gave up a two-run homer to Steve Pearce who put Dodgers in a 2- 0 hole. in the first inning.
After Mookie Betts had lost 0 for his last 12 by flying out to the left center at Kershaw’s second pitch, Andrew Benintendi considered a grounder in the middle. It was on a runner on the base of Pearce, and the left assassin killed another left, lofting a home that drove over the center of the field wall.
Kershaw quickly went down. J.D Martinez was based on Max Muncy, the second baseman who, due to the shift, was over where shortstop would normally be, and Xander Bogaerts finished out to finish the innings. But the early deficit in an elimination game can be huge.