Game 3, Red Sox vs. Dodgers

Game 3, Red Sox vs. Dodgers

Game 3, Red Sox vs. Dodgers

The rookie right-hander joined Roger Clemens (game two, 2000) and Don Larsen (game five, 1956) as the only pitchers to throw seven or more scoreless innings while allowing two or fewer hits in a World Series game. With over 53,110 fans in a packed Dodger Stadium, the match-up with the leading Red Sox saw the boys in blue finally get back in the game to garner their first win of the competition so far.

"All I know is we're feeling pretty good about ourselves right now", Los Angeles manager Dave Roberts said.

It took the Dodgers 18 innings, but Max Muncy showed everyone what's up and the crowd went nuts. "I was telling him, 'Get up". It also took a throwing error by second baseman Ian Kinsler with the Sox one out from taking a three-games-to-none lead in the 13th.

The Los Angeles Dodgers' Max Muncy watches his walk-off home run during the 18th inning in Game 3 of the World Series to defeat the Boston Red Sox 3-2 on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018, in Los Angeles. Once again, the play left Nunez face down on the ground. When Muncy saw Nunez in the seats he tagged and went to second.

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Kinsler's first big spot: Getting hosed from center field by Cody Bellinger with the game tied 1-1 to end the top of the 10th. Muncy said. "Those last nine innings or so just kind of blended together". But second baseman Ian Kinsler's wild throw on a two-out grounder by Yasiel Puig in the 13th let Los Angeles score the tying run.

Yet not everyone has fully recovered from the marathon that was Game 3. More remarkably, as tweeted by, is this game took longer than the entire 1939 Series, in which the Yankees swept the Reds in four games that took a cumulative 7:05 to play.

Buehler, who past year watched Game Two of the World Series between Los Angeles and the Houston Astros from the Dodgers Stadium stands, had a much different view on Friday and was the man in the spotlight tossing seven shutout innings.

With the Red Sox least effective starter on the hill, L.A. managed just a solo home run from Joc Pederson on a flat changeup. "That was the most incredible pitching performance I've even seen". We expect Richie to come out with some fire like he always has. But because he's been hobbling around on a sore ankle that he hurt while slipping on second base in Game 1, the Sox wanted their two outfielders with the most range to play alongside him. "The effort from both sides".

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