Red Sox to Face Dodgers in World Series

Sunday, October 21, 2018
GoLocalWorcester Sports Team

Mookie Betts leads Red Sox into World Series
The Boston Red Sox will face the Los Angeles Dodgers in the World Series.

This comes after the Dodgers dispatched of the Milwaukee Brewers in game 7 of the National League Championship Series on Saturday night in Milwaukee.

The World Series is set to begin on Tuesday, October 23 at Fenway Park at 8 p.m.

Game two of the series is set for Wednesday, October 24 also at Fenway at 8 p.m.

Red Sox vs Dodgers

The Red Sox and Dodgers last played in the World Series in 1916  (102 years ago for those counting).

The series was won by the Red Sox in five games behind 21-year-old Babe Ruth.

This is the fourth trip to the World Series in the last 15 years for Boston who won championships in 2004, 2007 and 2013.

The Dodgers are in the World Series for the second straight season after losing to Houston last year.

It is the first time in 40 years they have been to back-to-back fall classics.

See the World Series Schedule Below:

Game 1: LAD @ BOS, Tuesday, 7:30/8:09, FOX

Game 2: LAD @ BOS, Wednesday, 7:30/8:09, FOX

Game 3: BOS @ LAD, Friday, Oct. 26, 7:30/8:09, FOX

Game 4: BOS @ LAD, Saturday, Oct. 27, 7:30/8:09, FOX

Game 5*: BOS @ LAD, Sunday, Oct. 28, 8:00/8:15, FOX

Game 6*: LAD @ BOS, Tuesday, Oct. 30, 7:30/8:09, FOX

Game 7*: LAD @ BOS, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 7:30/8:09, FOX

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