In 100-degree heat, LA Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw mowed down the Houston Astros for seven innings as LA beat Houston 3-1 in game one of the World Series.

Not only was the heat a record-breaker, the two hour and 28 minute gametime was the fastest Fall Classic game since 1992.

Kershaw struck out 11 Astros and did not walk a batter.

His teammates hit two home runs, Chris Taylor and Justin Turner. That turned out to be more than enough offense.

Game two is tonight and live on Sports Radio 92.9 The Ticket with coverage starting at 7pm.