World Series Champions: The Red Sox post-season path to victory

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The Boston Red Sox celebrate after Game 5 of baseball’s World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018, in Los Angeles. The Red Sox won 5-1 to win the series 4 games to 1. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

This the 4th time in the last 15 years the Red Sox have won the World Series.

The last decade and a half has really turned this teams history around.

A franchise that went 86 years without a World Series championship is now celebrating their 4th title in the last 15 years.

World Series MVP, Steve Pearce, told 22News, the Red Sox fans really played a big part in the run to the championship, “These are awesome fans. As an opposing team, coming in here, they made the place very hectic for opposing teams. So now I’m part of it, nd I actually get to be on the good side.”

The damage is done and it’s time to celebrate.

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The Boston Red Sox defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers after winning four games out of five in the East Coast West Coast battle. 

This was a historic postseason run for the Red Sox defeating three of the top teams in baseball following their 108-win regular season. The most in franchise history. 

Red Sox starting pitcher, David Price, added that the fans are appreciated, As much as they expect of us on the field, we expect the same from them to pack this place. To be loud the way that they are. So that’s awesome. We appreciate it.”

Many have referred to this team as the most dominant Red Sox team of all time. 

Betts, Benintendi, and Bradley now join the names of Martinez, Manny and Papi as World Series champions in Boston.

And manager Alex Cora is the first Red Sock to win the series as a player and manager with the team. What a year it’s been for the Sox.

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