His second big spot: One out away from a 3-0 series lead, Kinsler's 13th-inning throwing error to first base allows the Dodgers to tie the game yet again before eventually winning a few innings later. Kelly, who has now allowed just one run in 10⅓ innings this postseason, ruined that daydream by blowing a 98.2 mile-per-hour fastball by him for strike three.
Eovaldi earned recognition and praise from all sides, as several Dodgers noted his special performance.
Cody Bellinger made a sensational throw from centre field to nail a Red Sox runner at the plate in the 10th. That was down from an average of 15,483,000 for Houston's 5-3 win over the Dodgers a year ago, a game that lasted 3:46.
The plan is to "piggyback" a not-quite-right Sale and a short-rest Price in Game 4 - i.e., go to Sale after getting an abbreviated start out of Price.
That ruled him out of Game 4 Saturday night and Game 5 Sunday evening. It also matched the 18-inning contests of Game 2 of the 2014 NLDS (Giants vs. Nationals) and Game 4 of the 2005 NLDS (Astros vs. Braves).
Live from Hollywood: the Late Late Late Show: The Dodgers' dramatic, draining, dizzying 3-2 victory Friday night cut their World Series deficit to 2-1.
Boston Market, a Beantown-founded restaurant that proudly bears its name in red, white and black letters is going blue for the World Series - at least in Los Angeles. Fans staggered out Dodgers Stadium at 12:30 a.m., when most of the country was asleep.
"I appreciate everything about what he did last night". One more Dodgers base runner didn't materialize into a run, with the potential tying run left in the on-deck circle.
The relievers combined to give up eight of Boston's nine runs over the final three innings in a 9-6 loss Saturday that sent the Dodgers to the brink of elimination for the second straight year.
After Pearce arrived at second and Martinez was intentionally walked, Martinez used his hands to make a heart and mouthed "I love you!" to Pearce.
"Chris Sale in his leadership kind of in the middle of the game said, 'Hey, we got to get it going, ' and the guys responded", hitting coach Tim Hyers would later explain.
Pearce even scored Boston's ninth run on Bogaerts' single, celebrating wildly with his teammates in somnolent Chavez Ravine.