9 wild details from the Dodgers' insane, 18-inning Game 3 win

9 wild details from the Dodgers' insane, 18-inning Game 3 win

Tough night for Eduardo Nunez

Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora says no decision has been made on whether slugger J.D. Martinez will start Game 3 of the World Series.

It was the first game-ending home run in a World Series game at Dodger Stadium since 1988, when a hobbled Kirk Gibson won Game 1 in the ninth inning againstthe Oakland Athletics. The homers have been fortunate, but the Dodgers will need some stability if they want to win it all.

The Dodgers are planning to use lefty Rich Hill, though there was some speculation they could start a righty as opener, feeling they have more options in their pen.

One of the craziest games in World Series history would not have been as insane if not for the most inexplicable moment of a never-ending night.

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Boston Red Sox pitcher Nathan Eovaldi gave one of the most impressive performances of his career in Game 3 of the World Series on October 26, which went on for a history-making 18 innings.

It appeared over when Yasiel Puig stepped up to the plate with two outs, Boston just one out from a third win.

"I was just laughing because everything was happening at the wrong time", he said.

Jansen, the Dodgers' closer, gave up a home run to Bradley that tied the score and the Red Sox took advantage of Scott Alexander's errant toss to first to score a run in the 13th, but the Dodgers used a throwing error by Kinsler to tie the score, 2-2, in the home half of the frame. But, partly because the Red Sox had no other options. An errant off-balance throw by 2B Ian Kinsler past first allowed Max Muncy to score from second base and tie it 2-2. More remarkably, as tweeted by stats.com, 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.

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They played baseball for longer, both in innings and in time elapsed, than any two teams had ever played in any of the previous 113 World Series. Up against the Houston Astros' triumph over the Dodgers in Game 3 of the 2017 World Series on October 27 of that year, last night's match-up stumbled 10% in the tally from 56 markets across the nation.

At this point, whichever team manages to not pass out from exhaustion can claim some form of victory tonight.

"Awesome, he's a great kid, not because he plays for me and we run together", Cora said.

A Red Sox' victory appeared a fait accompli in the top of the 10th, with two on, one out and Eduardo Nunez pinch-hitting for the whiff-prone Rafael Devers. But the ball bounced in front of Nunez, who collided with Barnes while trying to get out of the way, flipped over the catcher, and remained on the ground as the Red Sox' training staff came out to check on him.

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"Considering where we're at, down 2-1, home crowd behind us, I think there's a little bit of momentum on our side".

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