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Los Angeles Dodgers.

 

Boston Red Sox.

 

All games on FOX

 

GAME ONE

 

LAD 4 @ BOS 8

 

Tuesday, October 23rd

 

8:09 PM EST

 

 

 

GAME TWO [1-0 Red Sox lead]

 

LAD 2 @ BOS 4

 

Wednesday, October 24th

 

8:09 PM EST

 

 

 

GAME THREE [2-0 Red Sox lead]

 

BOS @ LAD

 

Friday, October 26th

 

8:09 PM EST

 

 

 

GAME FOUR [2-1 Red Sox lead]

 

BOS 9 @ LAD 6

 

Saturday, October 27th

 

8:09 PM EST

 

 

 

GAME FIVE [3-1 Red Sox lead]

 

BOS 5 @ LAD 1

 

Sunday, October 28th

 

8:15 PM EST

 

 

 

*GAME SIX*

 

LAD @ BOS

 

Tuesday, October 30th

 

8:09 PM EST

 

 

 

*GAME SEVEN*

 

LAD @ BOS

 

Wednesday, October 31st

 

8:09 PM EST

 

 

 

 

 

BOSTON RED SOX 2018 WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS

 

 

 

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Clayton Kershaw personifies what being a choke artist actually means. I don't want to hear the "sample size" nonsense anymore. It's large enough to determine that he is not a good postseason pitcher.

 

If he has just one good overall postseason performance later on with the Dodgers winning the ring, everyone will forget about his playoff woes.

 

Similar example: Randy Johnson. Awful in the playoffs, until he had one great year in the playoffs with Arizona winning it all, and, hey, guess what, nobody talks about him being bad in the playoffs.

 

 

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If he has just one good overall postseason performance later on with the Dodgers winning the ring, everyone will forget about his playoff woes.

 

Similar example: Randy Johnson. Awful in the playoffs, until he had one great year in the playoffs with Arizona winning it all, and, hey, guess what, nobody talks about him being bad in the playoffs.

 

But here is the thing: Kershaw hasn't had that performance yet, and until he does (or IF he does), he is a choke artist. There is no way around it. He is one of the greatest regular-season pitchers ever, but in the playoffs, he is very ordinary. Coming into tonight, he had a 4.28 ERA over 29 playoff appearances and 23 starts.

 

 

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But here is the thing: Kershaw hasn't had that performance yet, and until he does (or IF he does), he is a choke artist. There is no way around it. He is one of the greatest regular-season pitchers ever, but in the playoffs, he is very ordinary. Coming into tonight, he had a 4.28 ERA over 29 playoff appearances and 23 starts.

 

Of course. It'll happen.

 

 

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