The Boston Red Sox are World Series champions after a 5-1 win over the Dodgers in Game Five in Los Angeles. Steve Peace homered twice and Mookie Betts and J.D. Martinez also went deep as Boston won the best-of-seven matchup four-games-to-one. David Price allowed just three hits and one run in seven-plus innings for the win. Clayton Kershaw gave up four runs in seven frames, including three homers, to take the loss. David Freese led off the first with a home run for Los Angeles. It's the fourth championship since 2004 for the Red Sox and their ninth overall.
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