The Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers faced off in the 2018 World Series for the first time since 1976, and it was one epic battle. From the kickoff game on Oct. 23, here's a look at the big-name stars that came out to root for the Sox and the Big Blue. Ultimately, the Red Sox won the World Series, beating the Dodgers 5-1 in game five.
Matt Damon, Ben Affleck and Jimmy Kimmel
The Good Will Hunting co-stars and lifelong friends couldn't contain their excitement at the final game of the World Series on Oct. 28. Damon even wore matching "I'm With Stupid" shirts with his "frenemy," Kimmel, who rocked Dodger blue while Damon donned a red tee. The die-hard Sox fans were in luck -- the Red Sox ended up winning the game 5-1, dominating the Dodgers in the final game of the World Series and leaving Los Angeles as champs.
The singer was decked out in Dodgers gear for game five of the World Series on Oct. 28.
Jessica Simpson and Eric Johnson
The stands may have been filled with sad Dodgers fans after the home team lost to the Red Sox, but this crew certainly was not! Johnson, his dad, and the couple's kids, Ace and Maxwell, proudly cheered on the World Series champs. "These Boston natives had a good night!!!" Simpson wrote on Instagram.
Alex Rodriguez and David Ortiz
The former MLB pros posed in the dugout during game five.
Matt Damon and Billy Crudup
The actors shared a laugh while at game five of the series.
The rapper couldn't stop smiling while at the final game of the World Series on Oct. 28.
...as did the Conan talk show host.
The former *NSYNC singer posed with a fan during game five...
The Ozark star was on his feet while cheering on the Dodgers in game four of the World Series on Oct. 27 in Los Angeles.
The Boston Red Sox fan was all smiles at game four of the World Series. His brother, Casey Affleck, was at Dodger Stadium as well.
Jennifer Garner and Angela Bassett
Ben Affleck's ex-wife was was also in the stands for game four, where she chatted with Bassett. The Red Sox ended up winning the game 9-6.
The actress was cheering for the home team at game four of the World Series on Oct. 27 in Los Angeles, California.
Meghan Trainor and Daryl Sabara
The "NO" singer -- a Massachussets native -- cheered on the Sox alongside her brother, Ryan Trainor, fiance Sabara and a friend.
Her Dodgers may not have won the game, but the former Olympian still took home a souvenir. "Let’s go @dodgers!!! Angelenos we’re going to do this ? #thanksLombardfortheball #worldseries," Kwan wrote on Instagram on Oct. 27.
Bob Costas and Anthony Anderson
L.A. native Anderson was pretty excited to not only see his hometown Dodgers in the World Series but to meet an announcing legend. "Who knows more about sports than me? Bob Costas that’s who! And he’s also a fan of @blackishabc #justakidfromcompton #worldseries," the Black-ish star captioned a pic of the pair on Oct. 27.
The talk show host and his wife, Marjorie, cheered on the Dodgers during game four.
Taylor Goldsmith and Mandy Moore
The This Is Us star and her fiance were also in the stands for game four.
The former L.A. Laker read the starting lineup ahead of game four at Dodger Stadium.
The actress shared this shot of her and her father, Thomas, in the stands at game three, writing, "I love my daddy. I love my #Dodgers."
The late-night host brought his real-life and his work families to Dodger Stadium on Oct. 26, posting a pic with his father, James, Jimmy Kimmel Live bandleader Cleto Escobedo and sidekick Guillermo.
The Yankees may not have made it the World Series, but that didn't stop Mother Monster from supporting her home team when she watched the Dodgers take on the Sox on Oct. 26.
The actor had stellar seats behind home plate for game three. He shared this shot of outfielder Yasiel Puig preparing to bat with the caption, "Let it fly! El Caballo!"
The Parks and Rec star got to wave the flag ahead of game three at Dodger Stadium, posting this pic with the caption, "World Series. Welcome to LA."
The Brooklyn Nine-Nine star celebrated National First Responders Day before game three at Dodger Stadium, hanging with some LAPD officers and security personnel.
The on-screen tough guy took his cheering very seriously, calling out his support for the hometown Dodgers.
The legendary director posted this video from his seats during Brad Paisley's performance of the National Anthem on Oct. 26.
David Alan Grier
The actor-comedian was on hand to root for the home team, sharing this shot from his seats, "Let's go Dodgers!"
How sweet it was to see Taylor at the World Series! The iconic 70-year-old singer-songwriter -- a Boston native -- sang the national anthem ahead of game one on Oct. 23.
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez
Leave it to J.Lo to go extra for a ball game! The "Dinero" singer and her beau got all dressed up for game one at Boston's Fenway Park, with Lopez documenting their sporty date night on her Instagram Story. Toward the end of the video, Lopez tried to get a smiling selfie with her man and had to nudge him and call out "Papi" a couple of times to get him to look over. So what, exactly, was occupying Rodriguez's attention? The game, of course! The retired MLB pro turned sports announcer spent the night tweeting about being at the game, even sharing some thoughts on the way each team had handled game one.
The World Series may have kicked off in Boston, but there was a whole lot of blue in the stands, and that included Rousey and her pals. "Let’s go @dodgers!!!! Thank you @bslater9 for the experience of a lifetime!!! @redsox thank you for the incredible hospitality and forgiving us for being @dodgers fans!!!!" she wrote on Instagram. The Red Sox prevailed, however, topping the Dodgers 8-4 to take the first game of the series.
The retired NBA star and his wife, Cookie Johnson, were all decked out in Dodger blue. "I'm so glad the rain stopped! @thecookiej and I are ready for the game one of the World Series. Go @dodgers!!" he captioned their couple's pic on Instagram, which had an amazing view of Fenway in the background. Other celebs in attendance included John Krasinski and Brad Falchuk, who both grew up in the Boston area, as well as Jack Black.