And that is by the former winning the longest game in the history of the World Series, beating Red Sox.
Max Muncy hit a walk-off home run in the 18th inning to end an encounter lasting seven hours, twenty minutes.
Muncy then sparked wild jubilations among Los Angeles Dodgers supporters.
And that was after hitting the decisive home run in the longest game ever in World Series history on Friday.
The tie had actually stretched to 18 innings lasting a total time of seven hours and 20 minutes.
And after which Muncy’s hit secured the LA Dodgers a 3-2 win triumph against the Red Sox in game three.
The Dodgers are at this very moment trailing their rivals 2-1 in the best-of-seven series.
Kershaw sees Dodgers victory over Brewers as testament to team-mates
The Los Angeles Dodgers’ starter, Clayton Kershaw sees his team’s victory over the Milwaukee Brewers as a testament to his team-mates.
Los Angeles Dodgers handed out defeat to Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday evening to make it through to the World Series.
The Dodgers have now set up a World Series with the Boston Red Sox in their National League Championship decider.
Yasiel Puig and Cody Bellinger both struck home runs as the Dodgers excelled 5-1 to complete an overall 4-3 win.
The Dodgers who fell to Houston in the 2017 World Series last clinched the Major League Baseball trophy in 1988.
With this, they kick off the 114th edition in the opener of the best-of-seven championship final at Boston on Tuesday.
Left-handed Dodgers starter, Kershaw had a very easy passage into the ninth while also retiring the last three Milwaukee batters.
And that was in a very strong effort on his part to send Los Angeles back to the World Series.
“It does not really matter how you get there, the most important is for you to get there,” Kershaw said.
“To get to go back from last year, it is unbelievable and it is also a testament to these guys.
“We will celebrate tonight but we have still got more to go because we do not want to lose again.” He summed up.