Party on Boston! The Red Sox are American League champs after a 4-1 win in Houston last night. After winning the ALCS four games to one, the first team to 100 regular season wins becomes the first team to the World Series.

And how they won the clincher is a script right out of Hollywood.

David Price, who had never had won a postseason game, pitched six brilliant innings of shutout ball.

Rafael Devers, who struggled his way to the bench in the late season, ripped a three-run home run.

Craig Kimbrel, who struggled to save games in the postseason, got the final three outs.

And, Jackie Bradley Jr., who was hitting below .200 for much of the season, was named ALCS MVP.

The Sox made it a clean three game sweep in Houston and are now 5-0 on the road this postseason.

Game one of the World Series is next Tuesday and it is live on Sports Radio 92.9 The Ticket.