Dodgers Win First World Series Title Since 1988 With Game 6 Win Vs. Rays

Mookie gets his second ring since 2018


Oct 27, 2020

The Los Angeles Dodgers finally have done it.

L.A. claimed its first World Series championship since 1988 with a 3-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rays in Game 6 on Tuesday night.

The Rays certainly put up a good fight, but Kevin Cash’s poor decision to remove Blake Snell in the sixth inning with one out and a slim 1-0 Rays lead in a win-or-go-home game may have been the difference maker.

Whether that cost the Rays a chance at Game 7 is a conversation for another day, though. So watch the Dodgers celebrate.

Los Angeles winning also means Mookie Betts gets his second World Series ring since 2018. Betts, of course, was a member of the Boston Red Sox when they beat the Dodgers to claim the title.

Betts scored the game-winning run and provided some insurance in the eighth with a solo home run, for what it’s worth.

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