After a wild 162 game season, the Major League Baseball playoffs return to their normal format, as 10 teams will once again compete for the championship.
Regardless of whether one is a baseball fan or not, the third game of this year’s World Series between Chris Sale’s Boston Red Sox and Clayton Kershaw’s Los Angeles Dodgers wasn’t just a good baseball game. It was a great game. Period.
A class of two hundred-win teams, one delivering on the promise of a rebuild, the other finally besting a postseason slump.
On a shelf of my bedroom in West Los Angeles sits a Manny Ramirez World Series MVP bobblehead. Somewhere buried in my closet are a Boston Red Sox championship hat and marginally hideous T-shirt featuring the Boston Globe’s post-victory newspaper front page.
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