David Price started the World Series clinching game and Chris Sale finished it. The Boston Red Sox are baseball champs after a 5-1 win over the LA Dodgers Sunday night. The Sox win the series four games to one.

Steve Pearce got the Sox off to a quick start with a 1st inning two-run home run. He would later add another solo shot and would be named World Series MVP. Pearce had three homers and seven RBI in the final two games.

Not a bad acquisition at the trade deadline back in late July.

And how about David Price. Seven solid innings, giving up just one run on the first pitch he threw when David Fresse hit a home run. Price was 0-9 entering postseason play and ended up with three wins, inclduing the clinching ALCS win and the World Series clinching win.

Joe Kelly pitched a perfect 8th inning. Chris Sale came on to pitch a perfect 9th inning.

Along with the two Pearce homers, Mookie Betts and J.D. Martinez all hit home runs.

The Sox are world champs for the fourth time in the last 15 years.

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