Another ring since breaking the curse

On Sunday night in Los Angeles, the Boston Red Sox and baseball's highest payroll, won their fourth World Series since 2004.  They did so with a high priced pitcher on the mound and an AL East journeyman at the plate.

The Red Sox took a 2-1 lead in the first inning and never looked back.  David Price went 7 innings allowing only 1 earned run on three hits while striking out 5.

35-year-old Steve Pearce took home the World Series MVP award.  He went 2-4 with 3 RBIs in Game 5.  This came after going 2-4 and driving in 4 runs in Game 4.

Now, in addition to his MVP award, he's the owner of the Dodgers and the Mayor of Los Angeles.

Pretty big week for Steve Pearce.

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