World Series: Game Seven News, Notes From Around MLB

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World Series pushed to game seven after Dodgers comeback victory over Astros on Tuesday in an elimination game for Los Angeles.

The World Series that has turned into an instant classic will play a game seven on Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium. The Los Angeles Dodgers were able to avoid elimination on Tuesday night with a 3-1 comeback victory over the Houston Astros.

With the Dodgers and Astros playing in a second consecutive World Series game seven (2016 Cubs vs. Indians), both teams look to capture a championship on Wednesday night. The Astros are vying for their first World Championship in franchise history. The Dodgers are looking to win their first World Series since 1988.

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Managing Game 7 is the most difficult job in

Sam Miller of writes about how difficult it is for a manager to manage game seven of a World Series. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts informed Kershaw to be ready to get the last out in game seven on Wednesday according to Buster Olney. While the Dodgers used Jansen early in relief in an elimination game during the 2015 NLDS, Kershaw pitched in relief on one day’s rest in game five of the NLDS according to Miller. Miller wrote both outings were heroic moments of each player’s postseason careers and Wednesday could top those moments or be the exact opposite.