The Boston Red Sox won their fourth World Series title in 15 years on Sunday by beating the Los Angeles Dodgers in Games 4 and 5 over the weekend. While the Dodgers beat the Sox 3-2 in Game 3--the longest game in World Series history at 18 innings--the Sox took Game 4 by a score of 9-6 on Saturday to extend their series lead to 3-1. The Sox then clinched the title on Sunday with a 5-1 victory at Dodger Stadium. Highlights included Red Sox starter David Price out-dueling Clayton Kershaw, holding the Dodgers to one run on three hits in seven innings. Steve Pearce was also named the World Series MVP after going four for 12 with three home runs and eight RBIs in the series. The Red Sox now have nine World Series titles in total. Here's more from USA Today.
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