Celebrities at the 2018 World Series: Jennifer Lopez, Matt Damon, James Franco and dozens more stars cheer Red Sox and Dodgers

Celebrities at the 2018 World Series: Jennifer Lopez, Matt Damon, James Franco and dozens more stars cheer Red Sox and Dodgers

The 2018 World Series has drawn to a close, and if you couldn't get at ticket, it might be because a celebrity beat you to it.

The series began with Game One at Fenway Park, which saw a crop of famous faces in the crowd, from Boston natives to LA's born-and-raised -- and, of course, a few stars who just love baseball: John Krasinski and James Taylor grew up in Boston, so it was no surprise to see them in the stands.

But it was once the series moved to Los Angeles that the celebrities really came out in droves. Brad Paisley, James Franco and Owen Wilson were among the stars in the stands.

The best paparazzi shots are of Jimmy Kimmel and Matt Damon, who rehashed their famous "feud" bit as Damon and Ben Affleck blatantly excluded Kimmel from their revelry.

Ben Affleck also attended one of the games with ex-wife Jennifer Garner.

Another A-list star sighting throughout the series was Jennifer Lopez, who along with beau Alex Rodriguez took in the games from box seats, although there's no question the NYC natives would've rather seen the Yankees down on the field.

We also loved seeing some family outings -- Alyssa Milano sat with her father, while Rob Lowe hung out with one of his sons.

Oh, and for those who care, the Sox won.

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