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Daily Red Sox Links: Waking up as World Series Champions

For the fourth time in the last 15 years, the Red Sox are the best team in baseball.

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World Series - Boston Red Sox v Los Angeles Dodgers - Game Five Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

In case you woke up and thought that was all a dream, it was not. The Boston Red Sox are the 2018 World Series champions. Here’s some stuff to read as the celebration continues.

David Price has always been a really good pitcher and during these playoffs he erased any arguments to the contrary. (Marc Normandin; SB Nation)

If you missed it or you just want to relive the glory, here’s a rundown of every moment from the Game Five win that clinched the title. (Andrew Mahoney and Nicole Yang; Boston Globe)

The 2004 Red Sox were magical. The 2007 Red Sox were dominant. The 2013 Red Sox were inspiring. The 2018 Red Sox are the best of them all. (Gabe Lacques; USA Today)

Joe Kelly struck out the side in the eighth inning on Sunday, helping the Sox close out the series. His rise to postseason bullpen maestro has been an interesting one. (Tara Sullivan; Boston Globe)

While the players celebrated in Los Angeles, the city of Boston let loose back home. (Danny McDonald; Boston Globe)

Chris Sale got the final three outs of the World Series, but its what he did to help the Sox rally for a game four win that might have been more important. (Jen McCaffrey; The Athletic) ($$)