Google briefly declared the Red Sox as 2018 World Series champions

Google briefly declared the Red Sox as 2018 World Series champions

Google briefly declared the Red Sox as 2018 World Series champions

It's Game 3 of the World Series tonight, but the Boston Red Sox have already beat the Los Angeles Dodgers for the championship - that is, if you trust Google to give you the right answer. As we know, that lead would hold up and the Red Sox are up two games in the series. But the Red Sox might be without one of their biggest bats when the series resumes Friday in LA.

Martinez worked out before the game in the outfield on his injured ankle and was deemed good to go. Bellinger returns to the starting lineup in Game 3 on Friday night after beginning the first two games on the bench.

Andris Nelsons, the artistic director and conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, challenged Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic to top the (in) famous Boston tune, "I'm Shipping Up To Boston", by the Dropkick Murphys.

But Cora said Thursday that whatever lineup he uses, it will not feature star right fielder Mookie Betts at second base. With the series moving to the National League's home turf, no designated hitters will be used.

Still, he's not ruling out J.D. for Game 3 entirely. Boston scored four runs in Ryu's 4 2/3 innings, although three scored with Ryan Madson on the mound.

The six-time All-Star's response follows a report from an unnamed Red Sox executive who said the team "did not reach out to him, but it is not out of spite", according to Dan Shaughnessy of The Boston Globe.

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