It took 18 innings to bring Game 3 to a close. The Dodgers walked-off the Red Sox when Max Muncy hit a solo home run in the 18th inning off of Nathan Eovaldi, who had just come out for his seventh inning of relief work in the game.
Nathan Eovaldi was hung with the loss in the game. He allowed two runs over six innings, but only one of those runs was earned. In the 13th inning, with two out, and the Red Sox up by a run, Ian Kinsler committed and error which led to the Dodgers being able to tie the game back up.
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Last night’s 18-inning affair has set the new mark for the longest ever postseason game, tying Game 2 of the 2014 NLDS between the Giants and the Nationals at 18 innings of play, but taking longer to complete, taking seven hours and 20 minutes.
Sometimes I wonder if Rob Manfred ever hears just absurd he sounds. In an effort to shelter MLB and the 30 teams from paying taxes under the new tax code, Manfred and MLB have declared that MLB is not in the business of athletics