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Dick Druckman has had the pleasure of covering some of the most cherished moments from Major League Baseball’s World Series for over 10 years.

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  • World Series managers, DAVE ROBERTS, and ALEX CORA, old teammates from the 2004 Los Angeles Dodgers team reunite in game one of the 2018 World Series. The Red Sox went on to win 8-4.

    Check out these 7 selected images from Game One of the World Series won by the Red Sox 8-4. The Star of the game was Red Sox third baseman, EDUARD NUNEZ, who hit a three-run pinch-hit home run in the 7th inning to lead the Red Sox to victory. Red Sox relievers, particularly NATHAN EOVALDI and closer, CRAIG KIMBREL, were outstanding and preserved the victory for the Red Sox.
    ANDREW BENINTENDI went 4 for 5.

  • Boston Red Sox third baseman, EDUARDO NUNEZ, hits a three-run pinch hit home run off of Los Angeles reliever, Alex Wood, in the seventh inning of game one of the World Series. The Red Sox went on to win 8-4.

    Check out these 7 selected images from Game One of the World Series won by the Red Sox 8-4. The Star of the game was Red Sox third baseman, EDUARD NUNEZ, who hit a three-run pinch-hit home run in the 7th inning to lead the Red Sox to victory. Red Sox relievers, particularly NATHAN EOVALDI and closer, CRAIG KIMBREL, were outstanding and preserved the victory for the Red Sox.
    ANDREW BENINTENDI went 4 for 5.

  • Boston Red Sox reliever, NATHAN EOVALDI, throws a strike to Los Angeles outfielder YASIEL PUIG, in the eighth inning of game one of the World Series. EOVALDI pitched a perfect inning allowing no hit and no runs, leading to a 8-4 Red Sox victory.

    Check out these 7 selected images from Game One of the World Series won by the Red Sox 8-4. The Star of the game was Red Sox third baseman, EDUARD NUNEZ, who hit a three-run pinch-hit home run in the 7th inning to lead the Red Sox to victory. Red Sox relievers, particularly NATHAN EOVALDI and closer, CRAIG KIMBREL, were outstanding and preserved the victory for the Red Sox.
    ANDREW BENINTENDI went 4 for 5.

  • Boston Red Sox closer, CRAIG KIMBREL; strikes out Los Angeles infielder, Justin Turner, to end game one of the World Series. KIMBREL pitched a one two three inning, striking out two of the three batters, and preserving a 8-4 victory.

    Check out these 7 selected images from Game One of the World Series won by the Red Sox 8-4. The Star of the game was Red Sox third baseman, EDUARD NUNEZ, who hit a three-run pinch-hit home run in the 7th inning to lead the Red Sox to victory. Red Sox relievers, particularly NATHAN EOVALDI and closer, CRAIG KIMBREL, were outstanding and preserved the victory for the Red Sox.
    ANDREW BENINTENDI went 4 for 5.

  • Boston Red Sox starting pitcher, CHRIS SALE, throws the first pitch of game one of the World Series to Los Angeles lead off hitter Brian Dozier. SALE pitched only four innings, allowing five hits, 3 runs win 7 strike outs, but was not the pitcher of record. The Red Sox went on to win 8-4 on the strength of their relief pitching.

    Check out these 7 selected images from Game One of the World Series won by the Red Sox 8-4. The Star of the game was Red Sox third baseman, EDUARD NUNEZ, who hit a three-run pinch-hit home run in the 7th inning to lead the Red Sox to victory. Red Sox relievers, particularly NATHAN EOVALDI and closer, CRAIG KIMBREL, were outstanding and preserved the victory for the Red Sox.
    ANDREW BENINTENDI went 4 for 5.

  • Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher, CLAYTON KERSHAW, throws a strike to Boston Red Sox designated hitter J.D. Martilnez in the third inning of game one of the World Series. KERSHAW pitched only four innings, allowing 7 hits, 5 runs and 3 walks. The Red Sox went on to win 8-4.

    Check out these 7 selected images from Game One of the World Series won by the Red Sox 8-4. The Star of the game was Red Sox third baseman, EDUARD NUNEZ, who hit a three-run pinch-hit home run in the 7th inning to lead the Red Sox to victory. Red Sox relievers, particularly NATHAN EOVALDI and closer, CRAIG KIMBREL, were outstanding and preserved the victory for the Red Sox.
    ANDREW BENINTENDI went 4 for 5.

  • Boston Red Sox left fielder, ANDREW BENINTENDI, hits an RBI double off of Los Angeles starting pitcher, CLAYTON KERSHAW in the first inning of game one of the World Series. BENINTENDI went 4-5. leading the Red Sox to an 8-4 victory.

    Check out these 7 selected images from Game One of the World Series won by the Red Sox 8-4. The Star of the game was Red Sox third baseman, EDUARD NUNEZ, who hit a three-run pinch-hit home run in the 7th inning to lead the Red Sox to victory. Red Sox relievers, particularly NATHAN EOVALDI and closer, CRAIG KIMBREL, were outstanding and preserved the victory for the Red Sox.
    ANDREW BENINTENDI went 4 for 5.

  • Chicago Cubs celebrate winning their first World Series Championship in 108 years. defeating the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in game 7 of the World Series. With the game tied 6-6 at the end of 9 innings,and after a 17 minute rain delay, The Cubs came out in the 10th inning to score 2 runs and go on to win game 7 and their first championship in over a century.

    In one of the most exciting World Series games ever played, we have uploaded many iconic shots from the exciting game 7 of the World Series. One image which speaks volumes, “IT RAINED ON CLEVELAND’S PARADE”, captures the turning point of the game and series—a 17 minute rain delay that totally changed the momentum of the game in favor of the visiting team, the Chicago Cubs. With the score tied 6-6 at the end of 9 complete innings, an unusual and mysterious thing happened…. It started to rain. After an unusual and unplanned team meeting during those precious 17 minutes, the Cubs came out inspired and scored 2 runs, taking a 8-6 lead. The Chicago Cubs defeated Cleveland Indians 8-7 in the 10th inning of game 7, ending a World Series drought of 108 years.

  • Chicago Cubs outfielder, BEN ZOBRIST, drives in the go ahead run in the top of the 10th inning with an RBI single off of Cleveland Indians reliever Bryan Shaw. ZOBRIST had a series high 10 hits and was named the World Series MVP.

    In one of the most exciting World Series games ever played, we have uploaded many iconic shots from the exciting game 7 of the World Series. One image which speaks volumes, “IT RAINED ON CLEVELAND’S PARADE”, captures the turning point of the game and series—a 17 minute rain delay that totally changed the momentum of the game in favor of the visiting team, the Chicago Cubs. With the score tied 6-6 at the end of 9 complete innings, an unusual and mysterious thing happened…. It started to rain. After an unusual and unplanned team meeting during those precious 17 minutes, the Cubs came out inspired and scored 2 runs, taking a 8-6 lead. The Chicago Cubs defeated Cleveland Indians 8-7 in the 10th inning of game 7, ending a World Series drought of 108 years.

  • THE GREATEST OUT IN 108 YEARS. Chicago Cubs first baseman, ANTHONY RIZZO, reaches overhead for a ball thrown by third baseman KRIS BRYANT just beating Cleveland Indians MICHAEL MARTINEZ for the third out in the bottom of the 10th inning of game 7 of the World Series. The Chicago Cubs defeated the Cleveland Indians 8-7 giving the Cubs their first World Series Championship in 108 years.

    In one of the most exciting World Series games ever played, we have uploaded many iconic shots from the exciting game 7 of the World Series. One image which speaks volumes, “IT RAINED ON CLEVELAND’S PARADE”, captures the turning point of the game and series—a 17 minute rain delay that totally changed the momentum of the game in favor of the visiting team, the Chicago Cubs. With the score tied 6-6 at the end of 9 complete innings, an unusual and mysterious thing happened…. It started to rain. After an unusual and unplanned team meeting during those precious 17 minutes, the Cubs came out inspired and scored 2 runs, taking a 8-6 lead. The Chicago Cubs defeated Cleveland Indians 8-7 in the 10th inning of game 7, ending a World Series drought of 108 years.

  • Chicago Cubs relief pitcher MIKE MONTGOMERY throws the most important pitch of year to Cleveland Indians pinch hitter Michael Martinez in the bottom of the 10th inning in game 7 of the World Series with 2 ours and runners on base. MONTGOMERY enticed Martinez to hit a ground ball to third baseman Kris Bryant who threw a strike to first baseman Anthony Rizzo for the third out and a World Series victory.

    In one of the most exciting World Series games ever played, we have uploaded many iconic shots from the exciting game 7 of the World Series. One image which speaks volumes, “IT RAINED ON CLEVELAND’S PARADE”, captures the turning point of the game and series—a 17 minute rain delay that totally changed the momentum of the game in favor of the visiting team, the Chicago Cubs. With the score tied 6-6 at the end of 9 complete innings, an unusual and mysterious thing happened…. It started to rain. After an unusual and unplanned team meeting during those precious 17 minutes, the Cubs came out inspired and scored 2 runs, taking a 8-6 lead. The Chicago Cubs defeated Cleveland Indians 8-7 in the 10th inning of game 7, ending a World Series drought of 108 years.

  • Chicago Cubs outfielder BEN ZOBRIST holds up his MVP trophy after the Chicago Cubs defeated the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in 10 innings. Zobrist drove in the tie breaking run with an RBI single in the top of the 10th inning, accumulated 10 hits in the World Series, and was named MVP of the World Series.

    In one of the most exciting World Series games ever played, we have uploaded many iconic shots from the exciting game 7 of the World Series. One image which speaks volumes, “IT RAINED ON CLEVELAND’S PARADE”, captures the turning point of the game and series—a 17 minute rain delay that totally changed the momentum of the game in favor of the visiting team, the Chicago Cubs. With the score tied 6-6 at the end of 9 complete innings, an unusual and mysterious thing happened…. It started to rain. After an unusual and unplanned team meeting during those precious 17 minutes, the Cubs came out inspired and scored 2 runs, taking a 8-6 lead. The Chicago Cubs defeated Cleveland Indians 8-7 in the 10th inning of game 7, ending a World Series drought of 108 years.

  • At the stroke of midnight with the score tied 6-6 at the end of 9 completed innings in game 7 of the World Series, Something unlikely and mysterous happened—it began to rain. Cleveland Cavaliers hero LeBron James reached out to feel the rain. The umpires with input from MLB headquarters decided to delay the game and pulled out the tarp.the game was delayed 17 minutes and it totally changed the momentum of the game in favor of the visiting team–the Chicago Cubs. In the tiop of the 10th the Cubs scored 2 runs and went on to win 8-7, their first World Series in 108 years.

    In one of the most exciting World Series games ever played, we have uploaded many iconic shots from the exciting game 7 of the World Series. One image which speaks volumes, “IT RAINED ON CLEVELAND’S PARADE”, captures the turning point of the game and series—a 17 minute rain delay that totally changed the momentum of the game in favor of the visiting team, the Chicago Cubs. With the score tied 6-6 at the end of 9 complete innings, an unusual and mysterious thing happened…. It started to rain. After an unusual and unplanned team meeting during those precious 17 minutes, the Cubs came out inspired and scored 2 runs, taking a 8-6 lead. The Chicago Cubs defeated Cleveland Indians 8-7 in the 10th inning of game 7, ending a World Series drought of 108 years.

  • Chicago Cubs shortstop, JAVIER BAEZ, points to the crowd after hitting a home run in the top of the 5th inning. The Cubs went on to win 8-7 earning their first World Series Championship in 108 years.

    In one of the most exciting World Series games ever played, we have uploaded many iconic shots from the exciting game 7 of the World Series. One image which speaks volumes, “IT RAINED ON CLEVELAND’S PARADE”, captures the turning point of the game and series—a 17 minute rain delay that totally changed the momentum of the game in favor of the visiting team, the Chicago Cubs. With the score tied 6-6 at the end of 9 complete innings, an unusual and mysterious thing happened…. It started to rain. After an unusual and unplanned team meeting during those precious 17 minutes, the Cubs came out inspired and scored 2 runs, taking a 8-6 lead. The Chicago Cubs defeated Cleveland Indians 8-7 in the 10th inning of game 7, ending a World Series drought of 108 years.

  • Chicago Cubs first baseman, ANTHONY RIZZO, doubles in the top of the fifth inning drivng in Kris Bryant, giving the Cubs a 5-1 lead in game 7 of the World Series Championship. The Cubs went on to win 8-7,earning their first World Series in 108 years.

    In one of the most exciting World Series games ever played, we have uploaded many iconic shots from the exciting game 7 of the World Series. One image which speaks volumes, “IT RAINED ON CLEVELAND’S PARADE”, captures the turning point of the game and series—a 17 minute rain delay that totally changed the momentum of the game in favor of the visiting team, the Chicago Cubs. With the score tied 6-6 at the end of 9 complete innings, an unusual and mysterious thing happened…. It started to rain. After an unusual and unplanned team meeting during those precious 17 minutes, the Cubs came out inspired and scored 2 runs, taking a 8-6 lead. The Chicago Cubs defeated Cleveland Indians 8-7 in the 10th inning of game 7, ending a World Series drought of 108 years.

  • Chicago Cubs catcher and designated hitter, KYLE SCHWARBER, hits a single to lead off the top of the 10th inning with the score tied 6-6. This hit triggered a 2 run rally by the Cubs to win their first World Series Championship in 108 years.

    In one of the most exciting World Series games ever played, we have uploaded many iconic shots from the exciting game 7 of the World Series. One image which speaks volumes, “IT RAINED ON CLEVELAND’S PARADE”, captures the turning point of the game and series—a 17 minute rain delay that totally changed the momentum of the game in favor of the visiting team, the Chicago Cubs. With the score tied 6-6 at the end of 9 complete innings, an unusual and mysterious thing happened…. It started to rain. After an unusual and unplanned team meeting during those precious 17 minutes, the Cubs came out inspired and scored 2 runs, taking a 8-6 lead. The Chicago Cubs defeated Cleveland Indians 8-7 in the 10th inning of game 7, ending a World Series drought of 108 years.

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