After losing to Houston in Game 7 a year ago by the same 5-1 score, the Dodgers became the first team ousted on its home field in consecutive World Series since the New York Giants by the New York Yankees at the Polo Grounds in 1936 and '37.
Pearce smashed three home runs, including two in Game 5, and hit.333 en route to his first career World Series ring.
The Boston Red Sox just capped a dominating season with their fourth World Series in 15 years. A lot of them had witnessed an identical scene last fall, when the Astros had done the very same thing as the Red Sox just had-win a championship in Dodger Stadium. Mookie Betts and J.D. Martinez each added solo shots as the Red Sox bats doomed Clayton Kershaw to his 10th career postseason defeat.
The Red Sox and Dodgers are set to play Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday night.
Kershaw allowed four runs and seven hits - three of them homers - in seven innings.
Through his first 20 games, he was hitting.284/.304/.567 with three home runs, but what was more surprising was that he also had three triples. The Steelers held a moment of silence for the victim's prior to their game against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. "Let's go hitter to hitter, and just keep an eye on me", Roberts said he was told by Hill, according to ESPN's Alden Gonzalez.More news: Sri Lanka President sacks Prime Minister
"No, no, I don't", he said before Game 5.
Joe Kelly turned into Cora's most trusted reliever in the World Series. "And when I came in it, was having fun and laughing, everyone was together and talking baseball".
"For us to be able to turn that double play, it was huge", Price said.
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.
"It's not that we're playing with the lead, but we feel that for the team, for where we're at pitching-wise, it's good to go with David". What would they sacrifice to see the Dodgers win this World Series? The first time was in 1916, when the Red Sox defeated the then-Brooklyn Robins. "All the guys we have in the clubhouse and the selfishness they showed, that's what put us over the top".