Red Sox have already won the World Series according to Google

Red Sox have already won the World Series according to Google

Red Sox have already won the World Series according to Google

Boston Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts went 3-for-4 and scored a run in Game 2 of the World Series, leading his team to a 2-0 series lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers. No team has prevailed after falling behind 2-0 in a best-of-seven series since then, and overall, 68 of 81 teams that have won the first two games have proceeded to win the series. Two of his four appearances in this postseason were starts, as he gave up one run in five innings to the Yankees in the ALDS and four runs over four innings to the Astros in the ALCS.

Los Angeles manager Dave Roberts made the announcement during a news conference Thursday as the World Series shifts to Dodger Stadium.

Porcello has just two career starts against the Dodgers and none since 2011.

Martinez is Boston's main designated hitter.

Martinez has said he planned on playing in Game 3. Despite his contributions to the Red Sox 2004 championship, the Boston-based former pitcher was not in attendance prior to Game 2.

Thursday's travel day gives the Red Sox's formidable bullpen a chance to rest and recharge itself. They had just one run on three hits over five innings against the Boston bullpen in Game 1. But his action off the field is what's gaining notoriety this time.

If Martinez plays the outfield, then either Betts, centre fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. or left fielder Andrew Benintendi would lose their spot.

Google Search today has been incorrectly displaying the Boston Red Sox as the winners of the 2018 World Series in a featured snippet, or the short answers you see at the top of Google search results in response to certain queries.

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