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He might want to share that wisdom with Mookie Betts and J.D. Martinez, too.

Pearce then repeated the Game 3 feat of Jackie Bradley Jr., who also hit a tying homer off Jansen in the eighth.

"Best feeling in my life", Pearce said.

Traded from Toronto to the Red Sox in late June, the 35-year-old delivered the key hits in two straight games against the Dodgers.

"Watching the Dodgers/Red Sox final innings", Trump tweeted. I know it is a tough place to play'. "This is an all-time great team that we had and everyone contributed".

While the 35-year-old Major League Baseball journeyman was delivering pivotal, clutch hits in Los Angeles over the weekend, the 71-year-old 2nd District representative (who admittedly spells his full name, Stevan, differently) was touring the Land of Enchantment on a campaign bus.

Boston outscored the Dodgers 28-16 and had only a slightly better batting average at.222 to.180. This postseason, he was everything the Red Sox paid him to be, and maybe even a little bit more than that.

Amid the gleeful chaos, a father in a Red Sox T-shirt and a Bruins cap held aloft his screaming 5-week-old daughter in the chilly Sunday night air, baptizing her in the sights and sounds of another Boston sports championship. He delivered after Moreland's pinch-hit, three-run homer in the seventh put a huge dent in the Dodgers' 4-0 lead. "We've got our best going tomorrow and we're expecting to win a baseball game".

The 33-year-old Price, a Cy Young Award victor in 2012, long pitched under an October shadow cast by his regular-season success.

During a pre-parade ceremony at Fenway, Cora thanked fans for supporting the team as it won a team-record 108 games before beating the New York Yankees, Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers in the playoffs.

"I've been through a lot in three years since I came here, but this is why I came", said Price, who like Kershaw can opt out of his lucrative contract in the coming days and become a free agent.

Boston scored just two runs in its first 24 innings at Dodger Stadium, but added nine more in the last three innings of Game 4. He is just the second pitcher age 38 or older to post three World Series starts in which he's allowed just one earned run, including two past year. You guys travel well, and not quietly.

David Price made a case for winning the MVP award with a second impressive outing that consisted of seven-plus innings in which he allowed a run, three hits, walked two and struck out five.

Boston's David Price retired the side in the bottom of the inning. Acknowledging the Yankees in any form seems unnecessary at a time like this, but it did seem to lead to some bonding with Dodgers fans. Boston catcher Christian Vazquez ran out to jump on him with glee, and teammates from the dugout and bullpens followed.

In his NLCS outing, Hill tossed six innings and gave up four hits and one run. Over 11 seasons, he's gone 153-69 with a 2.39 ERA, 1.01 WHIP, and 9.8 K/9 in 2,096 1/3 regular-season innings.

Make of that what you will.

Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw retired eight in a row after Steve Pearce's two-run homer in the first.

Freese, who homered leading off the bottom of the first, was stranded.

Puig then crushed a 92 miles per hour fastball deep into the left-field bleachers, raising his arms in triumph while Rodriguez slammed down his glove in pure frustration.