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3-1. Taylor, Seager and Dodgers force the seventh game of the World Series

Outfielder Chris Taylor doubled against starter Justin Verlander during a two-run race in the sixth inning, shortstop Corey Seager followed with sacrifice fly and the Dodgers defeated the Houston Astros 3-1 and forced the seventh game of the World Series.

The Dodgers ‘victory requires a seventh and final game to be held on Wednesday, again in the field of the Angels’ ninth.
The Dodgers will look for their first World Series title on Wednesday at home since 1988.

While the Astros try to credit their first title of the Fall Classic in its 56 seasons in the history of the franchise.

Tomorrow will be held for the third time in four seasons a seventh game of the World Series.

According to the statistics, 10 of the last 12 teams that tied 3-3 the series and forced the seventh game won the World Series.

But the Dodgers have lost the previous six World Series when they have gone with a 2-3 disadvantage.
They have also won only one of their six championships at home, in the 1963 season.

Taylor drove in the tying run that allowed the Dodgers to start the comeback after losing 0-1 since the third inning.

While Seager connected sacrificial fly to push the difference race and complete the cluster of two in the sixth episode.

The head of the power bat was the ranger Joc Pederson (3), who closed with a flourish when hit four-cornered hit in the seventh with no runners ahead.

For the Dodgers the Cuban Ranger Yasiel Puig hit once on three occasions with the wood and put his average with .167 with the club.

On the mound victory was credited to the relief of Tony Watson (2-0), third of five pitchers used by the Dodgers. Watson released a third episode, giving away a passport.

For the Astros, the answer came from the pitcher of his Puerto Rican Ranger George Springer (4), who sent the ball to the other side of the fence in the third inning, solitary, giving mobility to the board.

For Springer it was his fifth home run in the postseason, his fourth in the World Series and his third against starter Rich Hill.

Springer hit the top of right field by catching the serpentine that Hill sent him and he blew the ball 389 feet (118 meters).

The Puerto Rican slugger had three appearances before the batter and hit twice, which allows him to put .375 his average with the wood.

Springer homered for the third consecutive game and for the fourth time in the World Series, being one home run from the mark imposed by Reggie Jackson in 1977, who was later tied by Chase Utley in 2009.

This time the Venezuelan second baseman Jose Altuve did not make contact with the ball in four opportunities with the baton; Puerto Rican shortstop Carlos Correa was also left blank in four trips to the batting box.

Cuban first baseman Yuli Gurriel hit once in four trips to the box, and Venezuelan Ranger Marwin Gonzalez hit once in four meetings with the pitcher.

The defeat was loaded Verander (0-1) in six episodes, allowing six hits and two runs.

The seventh and final game will be held on Wednesday at the Dodgers’ field, the “Dodger Stadium”, where the local team will go up the mound to Yu Darvish, and the Astros will lead the mound to Lance McCullers.

Darvish was hunted in the second episode during the second game of the Fall Classic when McCullers scored the triumph of the Tejano ninth with a score of 5-3.

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