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What: Game 7, 2017 World Series
Where: Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles
When: Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017
Time: 8 p.m. Eastern
Of course a World Series this thrilling, this fun, this emotionally captivating from first pitch on, would go seven games. The sport of baseball is rife with injustice, but not enough to prevent one of its best title bouts ever from reaching maximum drama. The Dodgers beat Justin Verlander and the Astros 3-1 on Tuesday, surviving an early deficit and some middle-inning trouble to force a seventh game at Dodger Stadium.
It will be the third World Series Game 7 in four years, following 2014’s Madison Bumgarner–in–Relief Game and last year’s Greatest Game Ever candidate. Those two were classics; if the way this whole series has progressed is any indication, baseball fans are in for another treat on Wednesday night.
1. Will the real Yu Darvish please stand up?
Darvish wasn’t great in Game 3 of the World Series, in fact he was bad, lasting just 1 2/3 innings and completely lacking his vicious slider. Now Darvish gets a second chance at redemption thanks to the Dodgers handing Justin Verlander his first loss as an Astro in Game 6.
Darvish also gets another shot at Yuli Gurriel, who made headlines for all the wrong reasons in that same Game 3. The Dodgers starter said that won’t play into his psyche for the game, but we highly doubt that is 100 percent true. With Clayton Kershaw and Alex Wood likely available to pitch for the Dodgers, it will be interesting to see how short of a leash Darvish has.
2. All bets are off
It’s Game 7, all hands are on deck but in case you didn’t know, the Astros have a strategy they employ at the minor-league level called “piggybacking.” What that means is they carry 10 starting pitchers on a roster and pitch both as a part of a five-man rotation. The first pitcher throws 75 pitches or five innings, while the reliever throws 60 pitches or four innings.
This is exactly what the Astros employed in their Game 7 win over the Yankees in the ALCS. Charlie Morton threw five scoreless while Lance McCullers Jr. followed that with four scoreless of his own.
This time around, McCullers is the starter while Morton is theoretically waiting in the wings in the struggling Astros bullpen. Options for Houston are limited since Ken Giles has pitched his way to an 11.74 earned-run average, Chris Devenski to a 9.39 ERA and Joe Musgrove to an 8.09 mark.