- Chicago, Illinois 60616
- Line: CHW -165
- Over/Under: 10
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In baseball's bash-or-bust era, Betts showed what sets him -- and the Dodgers -- apart as L.A. bids for a title.
L.A.'s offense took the pressure off its ace in the World Series opener as Kershaw & Co. blew away the Rays.
Rays manager Kevin Cash said his thinking in sticking with starter Tyler Glasnow in the fifth inning of Tuesday's World Series Game 1 was "just trust that he had plenty of stuff to keep us right there."
Mookie Betts ranks himself among other Mookies, including former NBA player Mookie Blaylock.
Rookie right-hander Tony Gonsolin will start for the Dodgers in World Series Game 2 against the Rays on Wednesday.
Mookie Betts joins SportsCenter to discuss the Dodgers' Game 1 win including his race around the bases as well as his home run.