Astros vs Dodgers Game 7

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Astros vs Dodgers Game 7 Live

Date: Wednesday, Nov. 1
Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Location: Dodger Stadium — Los Angeles, California
Starting Pitchers: Lance McCullers Jr. vs. Yu Darvish
TV Channel: Fox (check local listings)

Astros vs Dodgers Game 7

The Los Angeles Dodgers bounced back from an emotional 13-12 loss on Sunday night to defeat the Houston Astros 3-1 in the sixth game of the World Series on Tuesday.

Los Angeles will host Houston in the seventh and final game of the Fall Classic on Wednesday, with the winner breaking a long title drought (29 years for L.A., and 55 years for Houston—the entire lifespan of the franchise).

Kershaw shut down the Astros in Game 1, going seven innings and striking out 11, but Houston got revenge in Game 5 with six runs against the three-time National League Cy Young Award winner.

As noted, the Dodgers haven’t won the World Series since 1988. Tommy Lasorda was the manager then, as he led Los Angeles to an upset win over the favored Oakland Athletics in five games.

The Game 7 starter will be Yu Darvish. In Game 3, Houston Astros first baseman Yuli Gurriel made a racist gesture in reference to Darvish’s ethnicity after hitting a home run. Gurriel was suspended for the first five games of the 2018 regular season, meaning the two will face off again in the World Series.

Dodgers starting pitcher Rich Hill made his displeasure known regarding the gesture, as he stepped off the mound in Game 6 so Gurriel could hear the boos from the home crowd, per McCullough:

Justin Verlander pitched much better than his already impressive stat line (six innings, two earned runs, nine strikeouts) may indicate as he held Los Angeles to just one hit through the first five frames in Game 6.

Verlander has not allowed more than three earned runs in any start since a late-August trade sent him from the Detroit Tigers to the Astros. If Houston can get anything out of him on Wednesday, then it will be a big boost to its chances.

If Verlander enters the game, then he’ll follow (at some point) the start of Lance McCullers Jr., a 24-year-old with a dominant and frequently used curveball that has helped him find success throughout his three-year major league career.

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