Boston Red Sox win 9th World Series Title

Gavin Fonger (8th)

On Sunday, October 28th The Boston Red Sox won their ninth World Series Title with a 5-1 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers to win the series 4-1. This is their first title since Hall of Fame first baseman David Ortiz retired 2013.

The Red Sox finished the regular season with a 108 and 54 record which was the best in the MLB by 8 games. In the first round the Sox played their rival the New York Yankees and won the series 3-1, advancing them to the American League Championship Series against the Houston Astros, who knocked them out of the playoffs last year. Incredible performances by J.D Martinez, Rafael Devers, and David Price lead the team to a 4-1 victory sending them to the World Series. In the World Series the Sox  dominated the Dodgers to win 4-1 and bring home the pennant.

The Red Sox will hope to retain all of their talent from this team and already have MVP  contender Mookie Betts under contract for the next season. They also have Jackie Bradley Jr. and all of their pitchers from this season and will hope to have a similar season next year.