David Price proved his postseason mettle, Steve Pearce homered twice and the Boston Red Sox beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 on Sunday to finish off a one-sided World Series in five games.
George Springer and the Houston Astros rocketed to the top of the baseball galaxy Wednesday night, winning the first World Series championship in franchise history by romping past the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 in Game 7.
Joc Pederson sliced a drive over the left-field wall and danced around the bases, taking as many twists and turns as this World Series itself. Of course, Los Angeles forced Houston to Game 7.
Hitless in 13 at-bats, Cody Bellinger doubled and scored the tying run in the seventh then doubled home the go-ahead run off closer Ken Giles in a five-run ninth that lifted Los Angeles to a 6-2 win over Houston on Saturday night.
George Springer circled the bases after hitting a two-run homer off Brandon McCarthy in the 11th inning. Would it be enough? Was this the final plot twist in one of the wildest World Series games ever?
Changing jerseys to beat the 103-degree heat, the Dodgers ace with a checkered playoff history delivered a signature performance, pitching Los Angeles past the Houston Astros 3-1 Tuesday night in the World Series opener.
The wait ‘til next year is finally over. The Chicago Cubs are World Series champions.
Jake Arrieta made a teasing try at history, Kyle Schwarber drove in two runs and the Chicago Cubs brushed off a shutout to even the World Series with their first Fall Classic win in 71 years, 5-1 over the Cleveland Indians in Game 2 on Wednesday night.
Christian Colon singled home the tiebreaking run in the 12th and the Royals rallied one more time to beat the Mets 7-2 in 12 innings early Monday for their first World Series championship since 1985 and second overall.
Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy let a grounder get under his glove in the eighth inning and the Kansas City Royals quickly pounced for three runs, beating New York 5-3 on Saturday night to take a 3-1 lead in the World Series.
NEW YORK — Two balls launched over the wall, one fired over an opponent’s head and just like that, David Wright and the New York Mets are right back in this World Series.
Following the final out, after Johnny Cueto completed his two-hitter, several hundred fans remained in Kauffman Stadium, wanting one more look at the Kansas City Royals.
Eric Hosmer hit a sacrifice fly against Bartolo Colon in the 14th and the Kansas City Royals beat the New York Mets 5-4 on Tuesday night in the longest opener in World Series history.