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>> A Los Angeles Dodgers win sets up a Game 7 in the World Series. I'm Reuters Sports Correspondent Rory Carroll at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. Where the Dodgers were able to eke out a 3-1 Game 6 victory to set up a winner take all Game 7 here On Wednesday.
The World Series has been a wild one. It has seen the most home runs hit in a single World Series. Every game a back and forth battle it seems, and the Dodgers came away with a 3-1 victory today, using great defense and good pitching to force the Game 7.
The Astros are a scrappy team that can still slug the ball. They are coming from a hurricane-ravaged city and playing with the inspiration of the people that were hurt by hurricane Harvey in August. The Dodgers, who have the highest payroll in the major leagues, are looking to win their first World Series since 1988.
For the Astros, it would be their first World Series title in franchise history. World Series Game 7 will be potential redemption for Dodgers starting pitcher right-handed Yu Darvish. Who was knocked out of the game not able to get through the second inning in Game 3 in Houston. A nightmare start for him.
He'll be out facing Lance McCullers Jr., a curve ball specialist for the Houston Astros. Who pitched better in that Game 3 matchup, but lost control later in that contest. You can expect all the Hollywood stars to come out for Game 7 in Los Angeles. Game 6 saw the likes of Jason Bateman, Ashton Kutcher, basketball greats Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Magic Johnson in attendance, among many others.