The Dodgers took advantage of a pitching change to beat the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 on Tuesday in Game 6, capturing the best-of-seven set 4-2.
It’s the first title for the Dodgers since 1988, and seventh in franchise history.
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Tampa Bay was leading 1-0 until the Dodgers pushed across two runs in the sixth inning after Rays manager Kevin Cash pulled a dominant Blake Snell for a reliever.
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