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Martinez proud of his team, knows his season isn't over (2:34)

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

You're the MVP!

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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Alex Cora nos habla del significado de celebrar ir rumbo a la Serie Mundial el día de su cumpleaños, y hacerlo junto a su familia.

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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Video: The moment that birthday boy Alex Cora finally saw his fiancé Angelica and their beautiful twins, Xander Gabriel and Isander Manuel, after winning the AL Pennant.

Red Sox let the champagne flow in locker room (0:30)
Bradley calls winning ALCS MVP 'amazing' (1:04)

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

"One of the most special days I've had on a baseball field." —David Price

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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

ALCS MVP Jackie Bradley Jr. is given a shower.

Hinch tips his hat to the Red Sox (1:17)
Teixeira: 'Red Sox are destined to win a World Series' (1:46)
Price: Getting Boston to World Series 'means a lot to me' (1:39)
Martinez on winning ALCS: 'This is awesome' (0:27)
Benintendi's catch sends Red Sox to World Series (0:52)
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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The 2018 American League champions.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

David Price changed the script and tossed six dominant scoreless innings to win his first game as a starter in the postseason and send the Red Sox into the World Series with a 4-1 victory over the Astros. The Red Sox swept all three games in Houston, the 108-win team knocking off the 103-win team in the clash of titans.

Price shuts down Astros through 6 innings (0:37)
Betts leaps at warning track to deny Bregman (0:26)
Devers takes Verlander deep for 3-run homer (0:35)
Martinez hammers solo shot to left (0:27)
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Price finally wins playoff start; Sox seal pennant

After pitching six scoreless innings to get his first postseason win as a starter and help vault the Red Sox into the World Series, David Price called the feat "one of the most special days I've ever had on the baseball field."

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Rafael Devers gives the Red Sox a commanding a 4-0 lead with a three-run homer, somehow muscling a 98-mph fastball up in the zone into the Crawford Boxes in left-center. It's probably an out at any other park; in Houston, it's a home run.