The Latest: 23 million watched Dodgers’ Game 6 victory

LOS ANGELES (AP) The Latest on Game 7 of a World Series between a Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers (all times local):

2:19 p.m.

The Los Angeles Dodgers’ 3-1 win in World Series Game 6 drew an normal of 23 million viewers on a 3 Fox outlets, down 4 percent from a 24 million for a Chicago Cubs’ 9-3 win over Cleveland that forced Game 7 final year.

Fox pronounced Tuesday night’s diversion averaged 22,229,000 on a categorical Fox network, 535,000 on Fox Deportes and 244,500 who streamed digitally on Fox Sports Go. Last year’s Game 6 averaged 23.4 million on Fox, 425,000 on Fox Deportes and 151,000 on Fox Sports Go.

This was a second-most-watched Game 6 given a New York Yankees’ Series-ending 7-3 win over Philadelphia in 2009.

1:55 p.m.

Hall of Fame manager Tom Lasorda delivered a summary shrill and transparent to stream Dodgers manager Dave Roberts after a group forced a wilful Game 7 in a World Series.

The 90-year-old who managed a Dodgers to their final Series pretension in 1988 told Roberts: ”You haven’t won (expletive) unless we win tomorrow.”

Roberts smiled when asked his greeting to Lasorda’s bluntness.

”I’ve listened it all year, and we consider that it’s great,” Roberts pronounced Wednesday before Game 7. ”It’s Tommy’s difference of encouragement. And yeah, we consider for us, we wish a championship and we’re not finished yet.”

1:44 p.m.

The Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers are gripping their lineups total for a determining Game 7 of a World Series.

Center fielder George Springer leads off Wednesday night for a Astros, followed by third baseman Alex Bregman, second baseman Jose Altuve, shortstop Carlos Correa, initial baseman Yuli Gurriel, catcher Brian McCann, left fielder Marwin Gonzalez and right fielder Josh Reddick. Right-hander Lance McCullers Jr. starts.

Center fielder Chris Taylor tops a Dodgers’ lineup. He’s followed by shortstop Corey Seager, third baseman Justin Turner, initial baseman Cody Bellinger, right fielder Yasiel Puig, left fielder Joc Pederson, second baseman Logan Forsythe and catcher Austin Barnes. Right-hander Yu Darvish is on a mound.

The Dodgers won 3-1 on Tuesday night to tie it adult 3-all and force a initial World Series Game 7 in Dodger Stadium history.

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