Astros vs. Dodgers: Live Updates and Score for World Series Game 1
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The Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers begin the 2017 World Series on Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium. Dallas Keuchel will take the mound for the Astros, who are searching for their first-ever World Series title. Clayton Kershaw will pitch for the Dodgers, who are looking for their first championship since 1988. The big news entering Game 1 is the health of Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager, who is in the starting lineup after missing the NLCS.
- October 25, 2017
Four Strikeouts in Game 1 for Springer
Headed to the ninth
Jansen enters from the bullpen in an attempt to close out the game with a two-run lead. He'll face Springer, Bregman and Altuve.
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- October 25, 2017
Easy inning for Morrow
Morrow does his job on the mound as he retires the side in order to set the stage for Kenley Jansen in the ninth inning. A pinch hitter will lead off the bottom of the eighth before Taylor and Turner come to the plate.
Carlos Beltran comes to the plate with two outs to bat for Peacock.
Kershaw's Night Is Done
Peacock gets out of jam
After he walks Forsythe, Peacock gets Barnes to fly out to center on a 3-2 pitch to finish off the seventh. Gonzalez, Reddick and Peacock are due up in the eighth for the Astros.
Kershaw dominant through seven
McCann's flyout to center ends the top of the seventh. Kershaw receives handshakes and hugs in the dugout after he records the third out. It looks like Dave Roberts could be going to his dominant bullpen to close the game.
Turner launches a home run into the left field bleachers to put the Dodgers up 3-1!
Taylor walks with two outs
Keuchel issues his first walk of the night to Taylor with two outs in the sixth. Can Turner take advantage of the mistake and put the Dodgers ahead?
Another 1-2-3 inning for Kershaw
The Astros hitters don't stand a chance against Kershaw in this current form. The lefthander has struck out 11 batters on 73 pitches. He's due up second after Barnes in the bottom half of the sixth.
Rough Night for the Astros Leadoff Hitter
Kershaw Up to 10 Strikeouts!
Third double play for Keuchel!
After Seager singles to center, Keuchel gets Forsythe to ground into a 5-4-3 double play. Keuchel has forced three double plays in five innings. We're still tied 1-1 heading to the sixth.
Astros 1, Dodgers 1 (End 4th)
Keuchel has settled into a rhythm since giving up the leadoff home run to Taylor. The lefthander has given up three hits and only has one strikeout on 44 pitches.
Kershaw strikes out the side
After Bregman starts the fourth with a homer, Kershaw sets down Altuve. Correa and Gurriel on strikes. Kershaw is now up to eight strikeouts on 51 pitches in four innings.
Alex Bregman leads off the fourth with a solo home run over the left field fence!
Double Play Ends the Third
The Dodgers have a 1-0 lead heading into the fourth.
Five strikeouts for Kershaw
After the single by Reddick, Keuchel pops a bunt foul with two strikes and Springer goes down swining to boost Kershaw's strikeout total to five. Austin Barnes, Kershaw and Taylor are due up in the third for the Dodgers.
Reddick Gets the First Houston Hit
Easy inning for Keuchel
Kike Hernandez leads off the bottom of the second with a single, but that's quickly erased by a double play. Keuchel then gets Logan Forsythe to fly out to conclude the second frame.
Six outs in 19 pitches for Kershaw
Kershaw looks like he's in the zone early on. He's retired all six batters he's faced in an efficient 19 pitches.
Dodgers 1, Astros 0 (End 1st)
Keuchel settles down after conceding the home run to Taylor as he strikes out Justin Turner and gets Cody Bellinger and Yasiel Puig to ground out.
Chris Taylor takes the first pitch of the game from Dallas Keuchel over the left field fence to put the Dodgers ahead 1-0!
1-2-3 inning for Kershaw
Kershaw couldn't have asked for a better start as he retires Springer, Alex Bregman and Jose Altuve in order to kick off Game 1.
Clayton Kershaw's first pitch to George Springer is a strike that's fouled off.
- October 24, 2017
It'll Be a Hot One at Dodger Stadium for Game 1