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WATCH: Boston Red Sox fans celebrate World Series victory.

Red Sox first baseman Steve Pearce started Game 5 of the World Series the same way he and his Boston teammates finished Game 4 - by sticking a dagger in the heart of the Dodgers.

Arguably his best month was September, where he led the team in home runs (8) and RBIs (14). During the sixth inning of Game 3, he had a little too much self-confidence when he apparently thought he hit a home run to left field.

After giving up one hit while striking out seven, Rich Hill was removed from the game after 6 1/3 innings with Xander Bogaerts on base.

Boston's David Price retired the side in the bottom of the inning.

Price walked Chris Taylor to begin the eighth before getting pulled in favour of Joe Kelly. You can get the same look, Red Sox fans (and have your own champagne celebration, if you desire).

The Red Sox also became the third franchise to win a World Series in four consecutive appearances, along with the Cardinals and Yankees. He led the Red Sox to their best season in the franchise's 118-year history - and it's near the top of the sport all-time. Houston won last year's World Series here in seven games.

Other athletes sprinkled throughout the stands included former Olympic figure skater Michelle Kwan, Team USA soccer forward Alex Morgan, and Los Angeles Clippers center Boban Marjanović. Majority had witnessed an identical scene last fall, when the Astros had done the very same thing as the Red Sox just had-win a championship in Dodger Stadium.

Boston wound up scoring nine runs after Hill exited the game to take a 3-1 lead in the World Series. After the first of those blasts, the Sox would never trail in the final baseball game of 2018. "And I've gone through a lot in my life or in my career to be here, and I couldn't be more thankful".

A post-season that started with questions about his future in Boston ended with lefty David Price leading the way to a World Series trophy.

The Dodgers, the National League champion and in the World Series for the second year in a row, were trying to win their seventh title and first since 1988. With him aboard, they went 39-28 the rest of the way (.582), and won the division by a single game over the Rockies.

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