Dodgers beat Red Sox in 7-hour long Game 3


Eighteen innings later we finally have a winner of Game 3 of The World Series.

The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated The Boston Red Sox 3-2.

There wasn’t a doubleheader scheduled for Dodgers Stadium, but they played one anyway.

In the bottom of the third, Joc Pederson went yard off Red Sox Starter Rick Porcello as the Dodgers got on the board first to make it 1-0.

LA held the lead until the 8th when Jackie Bradley homered deep to right to tie the game up at 1.

Red Sox would go ahead in the 13th as Brock holt scores on a throwing error by Scott Alexander.

Then in the bottom of the inning Dodgers even it up after a throwing error by Ian Kinsler, Max Muncy comes around to score.

Muncy would come up big again as he said good night and good morning with a walk off home run.

Seven hours, 20 minutes and 561 pitches later we finally had a winner, 3-2 is the final for LA.

With the win, the Sox lead on the series is cut down 2 to games 1.

The Sox will have a quick turn around for Saturday, with first pitch is at 8:09 p.m.

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