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2018 WORLD SERIES
October 28, 2018  | By David Bianculli

Fox, 8:00 p.m. ET

 

Last night’s World Series game, like the one the night before, was a duel to remember. It was scoreless through five innings, after which the home-team Los Angeles Dodgers blew it open with four runs in the sixth. Given how tough it’s been for these teams to score, that should have been it – but the Boston Red Sox answered with three runs the next time they got to bat, scored the tying run an inning later, and burst the game open by scoring an additional five runs in the ninth. The Dodgers, in their last at-bat, managed two runs, but the Red Sox won 9-6, and now lead the series three games to one. A win tonight, and the they will take the 2018 World Series. But if the Dodgers rally in front of their home crowd, the series continues, and heads back to Boston.

 
 
 
 
 
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