Red Sox vs Dodgers

Red Sox vs Dodgers : The Boston Red Sox prevailed by a score of 4-2 over the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 2 of the World Series at Fenway Park on Wednesday night. As a result, they now lead the best-of-seven series by a count of 2-0. In Game 2, Boston plated the first run,

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World Series 2018 Game 3
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Date: Friday, Oct. 26
Time: 8:09 p.m. ET
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The Red Sox, though, pulled back ahead for good with J.D. Martinez’s two-out, bases-loaded single in the fifth. Starter David Price put together a solid outing, and the Boston bullpen worked three scoreless innings to secure the win. As noted, the Sox scored first in this one, and even though they squandered that initial lead they wound up winning.

That, as you can probably guess, is as inordinately high percentage of runs scored in such situations — 50.8 percent as of the Kinsler ribbie above. This is also a short-run aberration for them. During the regular season, the Boston offense put up a lower OPS with two outs than they did with one or no outs. As well, they scored just 37.6 percent of their total runs with two outs. On another level, though, runs are runs,

Martinez drove in a pair of runs and made it 4-2. Madson struck out Bogaerts to end the inning, but by that point harm had been done. Framed another way, when Madson entered the game the Red Sox, per basic win expectancy, had a 45.9 percent chance of winning Game 2. By the time he left (Julio Urias replaced him to start the bottom of the sixth), Boston had a 76.7 percent chance of winning Game 2. In a span of 11 pitches, Madson worsened the Dodgers’ Game 2 outlook by more than 30 percent. That brings us to this:

Price got into a bases-loaded, no-out jam in the fourth, and at that point it looked like he might get knocked out. He did allow two runs in the frame, but he settled down nicely and wound up with a solid line for the night.

His changeup wasn’t quite as sharp as it was in his final ALCS start, but he mixed up his toolkit of fastballs enough to keep hitters off balance and log a quality start and then some. Speaking of this and that last start against Houston:

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