Three reasons the Red Sox will beat the Dodgers in the World Series

Excerpt: The Dodgers, who lost in Game 7 of the World Series last season, are trying to win it for the first time since 1988. The Red Sox — who dethroned the Astros, the team that beat the Dodgers last year — won a franchise-record 108 games this season. The Dodgers hit more home runs than any club in franchise history. Red Sox manager Alex Cora, a former Dodger, is attempting to become the fifth rookie skipper to win the World Series. Dave Roberts, who has a special place in Red Sox history with his famous stolen base in the 2004 American League Championship Series, is the manager of the Dodgers. Cora and Roberts were teammates with the Dodgers for three seasons. Two of the three oldest ballparks in baseball will serve as hosts. A matchup of two of the decade’s best left-handers — Clayton Kershaw and Chris Sale — is possible not just once but twice.

Full article: ESPN