Chris Sale closes out World Series victory for Red Sox

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The game finally ended at 3:30 AM ET, after 7 hours and 20 minutes, breaking the previous longest game by time in World Series history - Game 3 of the 2005 series between the White Sox and Astros in Houston, which lasted 5 hours, 41 minutes.

Boston's Alex Cora, in his first year as a manager, is the first Puerto Rican manager to take a team to - and now win - the World Series.

The Red Sox recorded a team record of 108 wins during the regular season and continued their dominance with their win over the Dodgers.

The Red Sox lost that game, but they rebounded in Game 4 and rolled over LA in Game 5 to clinch their fourth title since 2004.

The Red Sox and Dodgers are set to play Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday night.

Price threw three-hit ball into the eighth inning. "I've been through a lot in three years since I came here, but this is why I came".

After allowing Pearce's home run, Kershaw returned to the mound and recorded 15 outs without allowing a run until Mookie Betts hit a sixth-inning pitch deep into the bleachers.

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Asked if the comments were "abusive", she said: "I personally would put it into that category but I'm talking for myself". Warner is serving a 12 month ban alongside Steve Smith after Australia's unfortunate ball tampering fiasco in March.

Boston never trailed in Game 5. "And I feel that with the group we have, why not go all in, because we know we're going to be able to bounce back, we're going to be covered". I don't think he was privy to the conversation. "He said, 'Keep an eye on me".

"Trump felt the need to weigh in on the World Series on a day when the president should have had much more pressing issues to attend to", the paper's sports staff wrote in an editorial. "And I'm definitely glad that the time came and we moved past it".

Boston required just three batters to take a 2-0 lead in the top of the first.

Boston grabbed the title with ace Chris Sale producing a 6.75 ERA in his Game 1 start, which lasted four innings, then a closeout inning in Game 5 in which he struck out the side.

Another year, another World Series celebration at Dodgers Stadium by a team that wasn't the Dodgers.

The Red Sox did more than just talk it. "With that special group of guys out there, to celebrate with them, that was awesome".

That all came after he started Game 2 and pitched in relief in Game 3. He was seen yelling at his teammates after the Red Sox fell behind 4-0 to the Dodgers, and Boston credited him for sparking the rally. "Kind of soaked it up a little bit and enjoyed it for sure".