Narrated by Vin Scully. The Los Angeles Dodgers are World Series champions of 2020. The Fall Classic pitted the two best teams of a condensed regular season and expanded Postseason at a neutral site, the new Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. The Dodgers and Rays would split the first four games in a back-and-forth affair. Clayton Kershaw and Walker Buehler were stellar for the Dodgers in Games 1 and 3, and the offense loaded up with go-ahead home runs from Cody Bellinger and Justin Turner. After a shocking loss in an all-time great Game 4, the Dodgers still needed two more wins to put to rest the ghosts of recent Postseasons. The Dodgers jumped to an early lead in Game 5 behind Mookie Betts and Willie Mays World Series MVP Corey Seager. The legendary southpaw Kershaw and a trio of relievers would keep the Rays at bay to set up the clinch in Game 6. The Dodgers would take a late lead this time behind the duo of Betts and Seager again, and a whole new generation of Dodgers fans would celebrate their own heroes and championship, the first for the franchise since 1988 when Kirk Gibson hit an improbable home run.