Dodgers take Game 3 after record-breaking match against the Red Sox
The Dodgers take the win last night in a record-breaking Game 3 of the World Series against the Red Sox after Dodger, Max Muncy hit the game-winning homer in the bottom of the 18th.
Muncy nearly took the win at the bottom of the 15th when his hit, which appeared to be a home run, landed just right of the foul line.
Other notable players during the game include Dodgers', Joc Pederson, and Red Sox’ Jackie Bradley Jr. who both hit home runs during the game.
The game lasted a record-breaking 7 hours and 20 minutes making it the longest game to ever be played in the postseason. This broke the previous record set by Game 3 of the 2005 World Series between the Astros and the White Sox by nearly two hours.
Other records broken include:
- Most pitches by a reliever (Eovaldi/97)
- Combined pitchers used in a World Series game (18)
- Longest World Series game by innings played (18)
The Red Sox lead the series 2-1.
The Dodgers are still hopeful that they may take the series for the first time in 30 years.
Game 4 is set to begin tonight at 7:09 CST.