Los Angeles finally gets some help from the rain.
While rain threatened to wreck the title match for both parties, the Dodgers fought through it to secure a tough, shortened win in the first fall on Friday night. Unfortunately for the Rockies, rain's dastardly interference led to the second fall of the match being completely thrown out. This meant the rainout rule took effect, and they could not win the Baseball World Heavyweight Title this weekend. The Dodgers wanted to show that they were true champions that could persevere despite intervention from the elements, so they won the match clean on Sunday, taking the series 2-0.
Regarding that rainout rule, we here at the championship committee will be following up on when that game is rescheduled.
Let's take another look at the title history to date...
The Dodgers' next challenge comes in the form of the Marlins, including two former partners seeking revenge for being tossed through a barbershop window.
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