Bradley ALCS MVP 2018

Bradley ALCS MVP 2018
Jackie Bradley ALCS MVP 2018 World Series Champion Trophy

Jackie Bradley ALCS MVP 2018 World Series Champion Trophy Photo 11x14 framed.

In 2018 Bradley was again the everyday center fielder for the Red Sox, and drew national attention for his stellar defense. On October 14, in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series against the Houston Astros, Bradley drove in three runs with a double in the third inning, giving Boston a 54 lead in a game they would go on to win, 75. In Game 3, he hit a grand slam off of Roberto Osuna in the top of the eighth inning, extending Boston's lead from 42 to 82, which would prove to be the final score. In Game 4, he hit a two-run go-ahead home run off of Josh James in the top of the sixth inning, putting the Red Sox up 65 en route to an 86 final. Bradley finished the series with nine RBIs, all from those three hits, and was named the American League Championship Series Most Valuable Player. The Red Sox would eventually win the World Series over the Los Angeles Dodgers, giving Bradley his second career World Series championship title.

The 2018 Sox were a complete and athletic team, balanced in every facet of the game. They led Major League Baseball in batting average (.268), runs (876), hits (1,509) and ERA (3.75). Stars like Mookie Betts, J.D. Martinez, Chris Sale and Andrew Benintendi were paired with 35-year-old and World Series MVP Steve Pearce and ALCS MVP Jackie Bradley Jr. to make up one of the most relentless Sox teams in history. And maybe even in all of baseball.

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