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01 Noviembre 2017, 10:35 | Cornelio Vivanco
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Fans flooded out of Dodger Stadium excited to see their team push the World Series to its limit. He showed tenacity in the third inning of that game when he walked the bases loaded, but yielded just one run after getting a double-play groundout by Corey Seager and another groundout by Justin Turner. But after a rough 24 hours for Darvish, his teammates huddled around him in the dugout before Game 4 of the Series and told him, "We're going to win this game for you".
From diehard fans to famous celebrities almost everyone at Dodger Stadium is dreaming, wishing and praying for just one more win.
Instead, the fans booed Gurriel loudly before Hill's first pitch to him and between each pitch.
This World Series is just too good to go anything less than seven games.
Verlander had been 9-0 with a 1.23 ERA in 10 games for the Astros since he was acquired at the waiver-trade deadline on August 31.
In a sport that is often as much about endurance as skill, there's frequently a future game or series to conserve energy for, but not Wednesday.
"I didn't think it was going to be this big of a deal", Darvish said.
After hitting a home run off Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Yu Darvish in Game 3 in Houston, cameras caught Gurriel making a racist act with his eyes, which was interpreted as a slight at Darvish's Japanese heritage.
But this time his move paid off as the Dodgers' bullpen tossed 4.1 scoreless innings against a Houston lineup that had scored 28 runs in the first five games of the series.
I could hear the stadium rumbling, Dodgers second baseman Charlie Culberson said.
The Dodgers have asked significantly more of their relievers, but they also have a pair of All-Star starting pitchers ready to work.
The 2017 World Series marks the 39th year a series has gone to Game 7. Joc Pederson was probably the second-most out-there choice on the Dodgers' roster, a guy who barely made the postseason roster, and only because of how poor Curtis Granderson had played after coming over to Los Angeles. However, if we've learned anything from this series it's that right when you think you can predict it, it goes the other way.
Before the series started, we took a look at who was most likely to win the award, using completely-invented and not-at-all bookmaker-approved betting lines. Darvish, meanwhile, is coming off the worst start of his career in Game 3, when he gave up four earned runs in 1.2 innings. But McCullers has been in solid form in his last two appearances.
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