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World Series Game 3: Boston Red Sox 2-3 Los Angeles Dodgers – as it happened!

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Max Muncy celebrates with teammates after hitting a stroll off solo homer.
Photograph: Richard Mackson/USA Today Sports


David Lengel

Sat 27 Oct 2018 03.38?EDT

First published on Fri 26 Oct 2018 19.10?EDT

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  • 3.44am EDT
    03:44
    Game report


  • 3.32am EDT
    03:32
    Red Sox 2-3 Dodgers, Final


  • 3.38am EDT
    03:38
    PS…


  • 3.38am EDT
    03:38
    Postgame


  • 3.17am EDT
    03:17
    Eovaldi


  • 2.23am EDT
    02:23
    Beer


  • 1.46am EDT
    01:46
    RUN! Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, bottom 13th




3.45am EDT
03:45

It was real…


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3.44am EDT
03:44

Game report

Read facts about it, right here:

Muncy’s walk-off homer wins 18-inning, seven-hour World Series epic for Dodgers

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Updated
at 3.55am EDT


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3.38am EDT
03:38

PS…

This is just how it finally ended!


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3.38am EDT
03:38

Postgame

You ought to feel the latest, deep, excruciating standard of harmful to Eovaldi, who deserves something very good, from somebody, after pitching the overall game of his life. For it to get rid of like that needs to be a completely new way of crushing we’ve yet to experience.

The Dodgers would be the ultimate escape artists to win this historic game, one who will be spoke of for just a period of time: prolonged versus seven hours and 20 minutes it popularized participate in it.

If you’re about to the game, you are crazy person: many thanks! For other readers who cheated, shame on you!

We’ll return with Game 4 coverage in several hours, until then, wherever you might be, hello, good afternoon and goodnight.


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3.32am EDT
03:32

Red Sox 2-3 Dodgers, Final

Muncy hits a drive to left…Are these claims IT? Should it be OVER?

YES It really is! It’s really a SLEEP-OFF HOME RUN For any WIN!

THE DODGERS SURVIVE And we all HAVE OURSELVES A new SERIES!

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at 3.48am EDT


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3.30am EDT
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Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, bottom 18th

Eovaldi is going to have to get started eating his or her own body to settle alive.

He’s down 3-0 inside the count to Muncy…and cruising towards 100 pitches.

Now it’s a full count! He!


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3.26am EDT
03:26

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, top 18th

Ground ball: and it’s 6-4-3, two outs, one play! Bang bang, andhere come the Dodgers!

Is my father up? He may not be up. No way he’s up.




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3.25am EDT
03:25

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, top 18th

Bogaerts goes fishing for a changeup low and away this is a 2-2 count…


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3.24am EDT
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Alex writes:

“Boston and Chicago inside of a deadlock starting the 18th inning, how’s that for one for your record books for glad I’m still up watching bingo. It’s 3:09am.”

That was ages ago!



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3.23am EDT
03:23

Good…top notch.


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3.22am EDT
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Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, top 18th

Betts grounds to short: Machado to second for example, Machado fires to first, not in time. Betts is on base which includes a fielder’s choice and Bogaerts was at home plate with one down.


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3.20am EDT
03:20

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, top 18th

Alex Wood, the hurler who threw in the towel the three-run homer to Nunez in Game 1, is currently with this game for LA.

He’s a starter that has held it’s place in the pen a couple of months.

He’s facing Sandy Leon and he walks him: it is just a lead off walk. I will not remember plainly said this before, but lead off walks are the key ingredient within the recipe for disaster.

Now Betts.

I mean, all we need may be a rain delay right?


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3.17am EDT
03:17

Eovaldi

Eovaldi has this line, in 90 pitches of relief.

6IP 2H 1R 0ER 0BB 5K 0HR

What will you say? Completely new nothing.


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3.17am EDT
03:17

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, bottom 17th

Turner is down inside count 0-2, obviously.

Now he’s struck out.

We definitely will the 18th inning. Yep. True story.


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3.14am EDT
03:14

Let’s do it!


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3.13am EDT
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Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, bottom 17th

Good cut from Kershaw on 0-2, fouled off.

Kershaw made great contact but flew off to right.

Here’s Turner with two down, endeavoring to prevent an 18th inning.


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3.12am EDT
03:12

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, bottom 17th

Eovaldi the martyr has returned out for lots more pain. He’s on 80 pitches, as well as there’s nobody up in the Boston bullpen.

Anybody recall the job that Walker Buehler did tonight? Which had been too long ago I almost forgot ways to spell his name.

Kike Hernandez leads off.

He pops in the infield and Clayton Kershaw is due the dish in a serious World Series game…not a computer game where you’re messing around and looking to. chuck the ball ball within the stands only to see what happens…


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3.08am EDT
03:08

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, top 17th

Little roller to first, Freese has it and tags out Vazquez.

Side retired.

Maybe we need to all retire? Maybe eventually…


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3.06am EDT
03:06

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, top 17th

Suddenly Urias has trouble locating. It’s 1-0 to Vazquez. Everyone else are preoccupied…


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3.05am EDT
03:05

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, top 17th

A two-out walk. So Urias was cruising inside 17th (I’ve always aspired to write that), and already she has a base runner.

Christian Vazquez process in looking to turned into a Boston folk hero and also the respond to a trivia question, at the same time! Suppose?


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3.04am EDT
03:04

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, top 17th

It’s 3-1 to Bradley Jr…


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3.03am EDT
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Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, top 17th

Maeda survives, Urias enters. Big Mexican lefty by incorporating extremely serious eye-wear. Throws filthy stuff.

He gets Brock Holt to begin the 17th.

The clock strikes 12…in New york. Brock flies out over center. One down, here’s Nunez.

FOX TV in the states are talking weather again. They LOVE that.

Now Nunez pops out. The players are receiving sleepy?

Now Bradley Jr…who’s going to be scary. Don’t drop off on him.


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2.58am EDT
02:58

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, bottom 16th

Freese strikes out, and i will the 17th!

I do not know what you should say anymore.

I am out of words. I’ll mime all of those other game.


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2.57am EDT
02:57

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, bottom 16th

Barnes flies out to center and it’s really nearly. David Freese inside 16th. He heads towards plate, looking to add another chapter to his already storied World Series history.

How concerning this David!


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2.54am EDT
02:54

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, bottom 16th

Puig pops in the market to third. Here’s Barnes. It’s 2-1.


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2.53am EDT
02:53

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Stephen from Indianapolis writes:

“Hey, David.

Well, this is quite something, isn’t it?

I do not know as long as they were crazy to pitch to Puig this is – if he’d hit a monster on the wall we all know he’s able then I’d agree. However, if Kinsler had not slipped and thus thrown the ball away that would are the adventure, what with Puig laboring his approach to first using a wardrobe on his back, plus the decision would’ve been justified.

(In addition, not to ever be a dick but may I gently mention it’s “border-line”, not “boarder-line”… although I empathize and sympathize wanting to type, much like me also, at 2 am).

Thanks for getting this done it!”

You know, I needed an amusing feeling about border-line. It didn’t feel right. Published manages.

The point on Puig is always that he hit the ball hard and so i have no idea of if Barnes, who hit. .205 makes that kind of contact or puts the ball in play. I’m staying with that.


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2.50am EDT
02:50

…if that didn’t go very well?


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2.50am EDT
02:50

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, top 16th

Maeda strikes the side! And, I do believe I’ve said this before, here come the Dodgers in an attempt to end this thing.


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2.49am EDT
02:49

Anybody in LA who turns off mafia wars while we’re watching in NY, just know I’ll place a curse done to you, believe it!


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2.48am EDT
02:48

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, top 16th

Eovaldi caught looking. Two down. Here’s Kinsler swinging for that downs.


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2.46am EDT
02:46

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, top 16th

Maeda has returned and Bogaerts is down 0-2.

Swing and a miss she got him!

One down: here’s Eovaldi within the second at bat!


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2.41am EDT
02:41

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, bottom 15th

What a pitch from Eovaldi! A lollipop that froze Bellinger, and acquire this: we intend to 16!


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2.40am EDT
02:40

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, bottom 15th

Huge cut for a 99mph fastball.! Where is that provided by? How much does he have ended?

It’s 2-2.


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2.39am EDT
02:39

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, bottom 15th

Machado is ahead 3-1…

I can’t explain to you simply how much trouble the Red Sox pitching is within. This is the craziest thing that’s ever happened in baseball. They absolutely should win tonight.

Full count…then Machado pops out.

We’ve had 17 hits in 14 2/3 innings. Which isn’t many hits.

Here’s Bellinger. Is he going to send everybody home? This guy is born.


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2.36am EDT
02:36

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, bottom 15th

Now Machado uses a ball to begin…


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2.35am EDT
02:35

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, bottom 15th

Muncy strikes out. That is agony, to become that all-around going home and then to go returning to the dugout instead?

Tough. Very tough.


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2.34am EDT
02:34

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, bottom 15th

The shift is on, and Muncy hits a drive, deep Would it be FAIR? Might it be FAIR?

IT IS…FOUL!

ARE YOU KIDDING ME?

I don’t even think whatever i just saw…


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2.31am EDT
02:31

Red Sox 2-2 Dodgers, bottom 15th

Eovaldi remains, because, well, there are no longer a large amount of choice. He’s on 52 pitches.

Muncy, who scored the tying run inside the 13th, has returned at bat.

Full count now…


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