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World Series 2017
The 2017 World Series concludes with Game 7 between the Los Angeles Dodgersand Houston Astros on Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. The Dodgers are seeking their first World Series since 1988. The Astros are after their first World Series title ever.
You can’t have a Game 7 without our experts making some picks that could be used against them in the future.
When the Dodgers players were on the field for batting practice before Tuesday night’s Game 6 of the World Series, Dodger Stadium echoed with the sounds of hip-hop.
Jay Z. Kendrick Lamar. Cardi B. All head-nodding music that had several Dodgers players strutting a little extra as they warmed up.
When the Dodgers left the field and the Astros took over, the hip-hop was gone, and it was nothing but organ music.
The Dodgers did the same thing when the Astros warmed up on the field the day before Game 1 of the World Series. The Astros’ bats never woke up in Game 1 – probably due more to Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw than a song from Toto – losing to the Dodgers 3-1.
The Los Angeles Dodgers were facing elimination at home, but they rallied for a 3-1 victory in Game 6 of the 2017 World Series on Tuesday, and will host a winner-take-all Game 7 on Wednesday.
The odds seemed stacked against the Dodgers when the Astros took an early one-run lead with ace Justin Verlander on the mound, and for five innings they could do nothing against the right-hander.
But Los Angeles chipped away, with a single, a hit-by-pitch, a double and a sacrifice fly being just enough to take a 2-1 lead. Then once Verlander was out of the game, they tacked on a third run when Joc Pederson hit his third home run of the World Series, this one off reliever Joe Musgrove.
Los Angeles got another short start from Rich Hill, as the left-hander was removed after allowing one earned run in just 4 2/3 innings, but the Dodgers’ bullpen, which had been the subject of a great deal of scrutiny in the last few days, came through in a big way with 4 1/3 shutout innings. Kenley Jansen, the closer who blew a save in Game 2 and lost Game 5, was at his best, earning a six-out save as he thoroughly dominated the Astros’ batters.
All of Houston’s scoring came in the third inning when George Springer hit a solo home run, as the team struggled to do much of anything, with Jose Altuve and Carlos Correa combining to go 0 for 8.