It’s only been 31 days since the Boston Red Sox doused the Dodger Stadium clubhouse in champagne, but if you’re feeling a thirst for nostalgia, you’ve come to the right place.

One month ago, Chris Sale struck out Manny Machado to end the 2018 World Series and cap the Red Sox’s historic season with the franchise’s fourth title in 15 seasons, and the Major League Baseball-produced documentary “2018 World Series: Damage Done” relives Boston’s 11-3 run through the postseason. The film touches on some of the most important moments from the 108-win season, and also gives fans exclusive audio of the Sox players celebrating their historic achievement.

The MLB dropped a trailer Wednesday, and you’ll want to watch it on a loop for quite some time.

A slow-motion video of Sale making Machado look foolish? What more could we ask for?

The film will premiere in Boston at the Emerson Colonial Theatre on Monday, Dec. 3. Tickets are $30 and include the red-carpet festivities and the film, which will begin at 7 p.m.

Manager Alex Cora, president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski and team president and CEO Sam Kennedy are set to attend along with the four World Series trophies from this century.

The film will be available as a DVD/Blu-ray combo back Dec. 4.

Now go back and watch the trailer again.

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