For the first time since 1988, the Dodgers are World Series Champions!
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Los Angeles clinched the title with a 3-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday night in Game 6. Corey Seagar was named MVP of the World Series, noting that's something he's dreamed about this since he was a little kid...
"You wonder what it's like, you strive to hear that, and to do it with this team and this group -- it couldn't be any more special," he said.
The Dodgers posted the best record in the majors during this pandemic-shortened season.
"I've been to the postseason, I've lost every single year," Clayton Kershaw said. "To look up, I wish it was Dodger Stadium, but it feels like it right now with all these Dodger fans around. To see how happy these fans are, they've been waiting a long time, too… It's just a special feeling."
"This team was incredible all throughout the year, all throughout the postseason, all throughout the quarantine," Seagar added. "We never stopped. We were ready to go as soon as the bell was called. And once it did, we kept rolling."
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