Los Angeles Dodgers win the World Series after 32 years (since 1988)! They beat Tampa Bay Rays and throughout Game 6 the victory seemed like an appointment to be postponed. Baseball in 2020 withstood Covid and completed a year to remember.
The pandemic was a threat until the very end: in race 6 Justin Turner was removed during the race because he was positive at the last check. A difficult year, in unrepeatable conditions. Also for this reason it is irrepressible joy for the Dodgers.
The 3 to 1 final of race 6 bears his signature. He had arrived in Los Angeles to complete an excellent group and lead them to victory. She did it. The MVP title goes to Corey Seager, and his offensive stats prove him right.
Los Angeles Dodgers won the World Series!
Blake Snell, the Rays 'starting pitcher, produced a stunning performance, silencing the Dodgers' powerful attack for over 5 innings with 9 strike outs. Almost a masterpiece, but not rewarded by the team that took the point of advantage with a home run than the usual Randy Arozarena in the first inning, but then nothing more.
At the first jolt the Rays fell, Snell removed from the mountain the dam gave way. At the first moment of Snell's difficulty he thought of replacing him to avoid trouble. Instead the troubles have arrived. Mookie Betts was confirmed as the player of the winning moments, he scored the diving pass from third base anticipating the defense, added a safety home run.
Dave Roberts finally brings the Dodgers to managerial success after losing finals in 2017 and 2018, now it's up to Cash to rethink the choices that didn't work. But Tampa Bay has had an exciting season, it deserves only compliments.
Los Angeles was stronger, better equipped and more aware that its time had come. So Los Angeles Dodgers won the World Series for the first time in 32 years, the final of the North American professional baseball league MLB, beating the Tampa Bay Rays 3-1 and winning the series 4-2.
So also the MLB season ends, after the NBA and the NHL. Tampa Bay is NHL champion for the second time in history. The Florida franchise, at the 2004 title and at the end of a completely atypical season, now adds that of 2020.
Coach Jon Cooper's Lightning, in the Rogers Place bubble in Edmonton, Canada, win game-6 of the final against the Dallas Stars 2-0 (1-0, 1-0, 0-0), close the series at 4-2 and, as favorites, take home the Stanley Cup, succeeding the St.
Louis Blues, after last year they were sensationally eliminated from the Columbus Blue Jackets in the first round of the playoffs. Hedman Mvp Heroes of the day are Brayden Point, at 12'33 "author of the 1-0 in power play with his 14th goal of the playoffs and Blake Coleman, who at 27'01" signed the 2-0 with the first.
So the Stanley Cup goes to Florida. Won 2-0 game-6 of the final against the Texans, ends the series 4-2 and repeats the success of 2004. Hedman Mvp of the playoffs. An anomalous season ended in the best possible way after four and a half months of stop.