Red Sox and David Price Dominate Dodgers to Take Game 5, Series

The Boston Red
Sox captured their ninth World Series title Sunday night taking Game 5 in LA ,
5-1.

David Price
was dominant as the Red Sox roughed up Clayton Kershaw and first baseman Steve
Pearce was maned MVP

Pearce, a 35-year-old
journeyman and career platoon player who had played with eight different clubs
in his 12 year career can now add World Series MVP to his list of career
highlights.

Pearce hit homers
on Game 4 and again Sunday night in Game 5 making him only the third player in
World Series history to hit home runs in back to back games.

The other
two are guys you may have heard of, Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth.

The Red Sox
are clear favorite to repeat as World Series champs in 2019 after a 108 win regular
season and a roster stacked with young talent included likely AL MVP Mookie
Betts.