The perennial American League MVP candidate will try to give Boston a three-game lead over Los Angeles on Friday.
And, even if the Dodgers lose tonight, it ain't over yet - because the Dodgers have won 4 games in a row before. and they've got the talent to do it again. Brian Dozier led off the first two games against left-handers Chris Sale and David Price, and he was followed by eight more right-handed hitters both nights.
Martinez is Boston's main designated hitter.
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He beat Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar who had earlier taken 259 innings to score 10,000 runs in ODI cricket . Fortune, too, was on Kohli's side as West Indies skipper Jason Holder dropped his Indian counterpart on 44.
Martinez rolled his right ankle on a double in Game 1.
"But we're going to shuffle it up for Game 3, (and) it's not because of necessarily performance, it's kind of who the starting pitcher for those guys is", Roberts said.
Outspoken conservative Curt Schilling's right-wing opinions may have cost the right-hander an invite to a World Series ceremony commemorating a championship team he was a huge part of. But his action off the field is what's gaining notoriety this time. Cora would not commit to Martinez playing the field this weekend.
"Out in Los Angeles the cheapest ticket to get in would be about $400, the most expensive, $8,000", said Jay Mullarkey, the vice president at South Windsor based Ticket Network. There had been speculation Betts could play second base - he made 14 starts there as a rookie in 2014, and played six innings at the spot in August after Ian Kinsler was hurt.