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World Series Game 3: Red Sox on Dodger Live Updates and Analyzes

Red Sox is in LA and takes on Dodgers in Game 3 of the World Series. Update this page for…

Red Sox is in LA and takes on Dodgers in Game 3 of the World Series. Update this page for the latest from Dodger Stadium.

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4th inning: Red Sox 2, Dodgers 2

Top: Nathan Eovaldi led from the innings and was called on strikes. Ian Kinsler then moved to the center.

13th inning: Red Sox 2, Dodgers 2

Bottom: Dodgers got his lead man first with a walk when Max Muncy watched his swing on a 3-2 pitch. After Manny Machado flew out, Eduardo Nunez traced a foul ball fought by Cody Bellinger for the second out of the innings, and Muncy advanced to others. Nunez’s momentum took him into the post after he made the catch. Yasiel Puig hit a grounder in the middle, but Ian Kinsler could not throw to first, which allowed Muncy to score and tie the game. Puig did not move on to others after replay review. Austin Barnes popped out to finish the innings.

Top: Scott Alexander was on the heap of LA. Brock Holt drew a diversion. Under Eduardo Nunez’s bat, Alexander’s pitch bounced in Barnes, who warned Nunez while trying to find the ball. Holt advanced to others. Nunez shook up at the game, but he remained in the game. Nunez then hit a soft beat, infield chopper, but Alexander could not connect with Enrique Hernandez to make out. The ball came from Hernandez, so that Holt could score. Jackie Bradley Jr. flew out, and Dylan Floro entered the game for Alexander. After Christian Vazquez knocked out, Sandy Leon swung on a line drive to the right-hand field. Mookie Betts then deliberately went to load the bases. Dodgers fly inning after Xander Bogaerts founded in a powerhouse.

 Eduardo Nunez is trying to get out of the way for Dodger's Austin Barnes at home at the 13th inning.

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Eduardo Nunez is trying to get out of the way for Dodger’s catcher Austin Barnes at home in the 13th inning.

12th Inning: Red Sox 1, Dodgers 1

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Bottom: Starter Nathan Eovaldi entered the game and left Drew Pomeranz as the single man in the bull. Christian Vazquez moved to the first base and got Sandy Leon to catch. Eovaldi walked in order: Enrique Hernandez first founded, Joc Pederson flew out in the middle, and Justin Turner knocked out and swung. Eovaldi’s last pick of inning was a 101.1 mile per hour fastball to get Turner.

Top: Ryan Madson took the heap for LA. Xander Bogaerts was founded for the first time, and then Madson left Scott Alexander. Mitch Moreland knocked out, and Ian Kinsler was founded to finish the innings.

11th inning: Red Sox 1, Dodgers 1

Bottom: Heath Hembree lit Craig Kimbrel. After Cody Bellinger was founded and Yasiel Puig flew out, Hembree Austin Barnes took eight stops. Chris Taylor worked a lot and knocked out to finish the inning.

Top: Pedro Baez remained on the heap of LA. After Jackie Bradley Jr. knocked out and pivoted and Christian Vazquez founded, Steve Pearce reached, clinging to Kimbrel, first on a seven-step walk. Mookie Betts flew out to the center to finish the inning.

10th Inning: Red Sox 1, Dodgers 1

Bottom: Craig Kimbrel was left on the border with Boston. Joc Pederson popped out to third before Justin Turner was founded to third. Max Muncy reached second on a two-out ground rule double. Manny Machado poped up for the finish.

Top: Pedro Baez is located on the heap of LA. Mitch Moreland lined out to the right for first out. J. D. Martinez reached the bass on a seven-step walk. Ian Kinsler then came as a sniper. Baez tried to pick up Kinsler, who was secured. The dodgers challenged the conversation, but it did not get angry. Brock Holt singled on a line up in the middle, and Kinsler advanced to third. Eduardo Nunez flew out to the center, but Cody Bellinger could do to throw home home in time for captiver Austin Barnes to tag Kinsler.

 Ian Kinsler was tagged on the plate by prisoner Austin Barnes on a throw from Cody Bellinger.

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Ian Kinsler was tagged on the plate by Austin Barnes on a throw from Cody Bellinger.

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Ninth Inning: Red Sox 1, Dodgers 1

Bottom: David Price took the height of Boston and Sox re-aligned his play to normal. Cody Bellinger singled on a line drive to the left. Yasiel Puig then went to the right. During Yasmani Grandals’s bat, Bellinger was caught to steal for others.

 Brock Holt tagging Cody Bellinger.

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Brock Holt tagging Cody Bellinger.

 Brock Holt tagging Cody Bellinger.

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Brock Holt tagging Cody Bellinger.

Grandal first reached a six-step walk, and closer to Craig Kimbrel came in for Price. Kimbrel went Chris Taylor in seven places to put runners on first and second. Austin Barnes entered the game to cling to Grandal. Pinch beat for Kenley Jansen, Brian Dozier popped out in foul territory to finish the inning.

Top: Kenley Jansen was left on the heap of LA. Andrew Benintendi shoots for Matt Barnes, turned out to swing, Mookie Betts flew out to the center and Xander Bogaerts was founded to finish the innings.

Eighth Inning: Red Sox 1, Dodgers 1

Bottom: ] Matt Barnes took the Boston garden and beat Joc Pederson on a nine-pitch bat. Justin Turner then pointed at a line drive to the left. Mitch Moreland fought a shallow hit by Max Muncy to throw Turner out at others. Turner cut Xander Bogaert’s right shine on his image to the second base, and Bogaerts was up after throwing first. Muncy was sure. Turner slipped into Bogaerts, which led to a visit from a team coach. Alex Cora changed the leveling of the field and moved Jackie Bradley Jr. to the left, J.D. Martinez to the right, and Mookie Betts to the center. Manny Machado then slithered to finish the innings.

 Justin Turner collided with Xander Bogaerts at the second base in the eighth inning.

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Justin Turner collided with Xander Bogaerts on the second base in eighth inning.

Top: Kelly Jansen replaced Walker Buehler on the heap. After Brock Holt flew out and Rafael Devers struck out, Jackie Bradley Jr. struck. a solo blast into the stand to tie the score. Christian Vazquez poped out for the finish.

 Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a solo home that drove in the eighth inning.

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Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a solo home in the eighth inning

 A game-binding home run by center fellow Jackie Bradley Jr. (19) stands out during the eighth session.

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Bradley Jr. (19) stands out during the eighth session.

Seventh Inning: Dodgers 1, Red Sox 0

Bottom: Ryan Brasier replaced Joe Kelly on the heap. Yasiel Puig hit a high-pitched chopper to third for a single. Mitch Moreland could not drop Rafael Dever’s throw that was too far out of the bag to keep Puig first. Yasmani Grandal swung out, Chris Taylor lined up on the warning track and Matt Kemp, freaking out for Buehler, founded on the strands Puig.

Top: Xander Bogaerts lined out to the middle, Mitch Moreland was called on strike, and JD Martinez turned out swinging. Walker Buehlers Countdown: 108 (72 for strike). He has knocked out seven burners.

Sixth Inning: Dodgers 1, Red Sox 0

Bottom: Right-handed Joe Kelly took the height to Boston. After Mookie Betts had taken a baseline drive from Justin Turner and Max Muncy, Manny Machado marked the left-hand field. Machado, who seemed to think his ball was heading out of the park did not wake up for the first time. Cody Bellinger popped out for the finish.

Top: Christian Vazquez first hit a chopper in the middle. Pinch beat for Eduardo Rodriguez, Blake Swihart founded after stuck on a check swing. Mookie Betts knocked out for the finish.

Fifth Inning: Dodgers 1, Red Sox 0

Bottom: Yasmani Grandal’s hardcore grounder passed a dive Brock Holt for a single. After Chris Taylor flew out to the center and Walker Buehler hit a failed stack, the manager Alex Cora Porcello took off. Lefty Eduardo Rodriguez entered the game. Joc Pederson turned out to finish the innings.

 Eduardo Rodriguez gets a high five from pitching coach Carlos Febles after he knocked out the last shot in the fifth inning.

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Eduardo Rodriguez gets a high five from pitching coach Carlos Febles after he knocked out the last shot in the fifth inning.

 Alex Cora draws Rick Porcello from the game in fifth inning.

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Alex Cora draws Rick Porcello from the game in fifth inning.

Top: Red Sox could not get anything to go to Walker Buehler, who retired for the second straight draw.

Fourth Inning: Dodgers 1, Red Sox 0

Bottom: Rick Porcello noted his fourth strike of the game and hit back the page in order.

Top: Xander Bogaerts was founded shortly, Mitch Moreland flew out to the left and JD Martinez was called out for strike.

Third Inning: Dodgers 1, Red Sox 0

Bottom: Xander Bogaerts did a good throw first to get Chris Taylor out. Walker Buehler then knocked out. But at the first height of his bat, Joc Pederson launched a solo home run to give Dodgers a 1-0 lead. Pederson breakthrough had a speed of 106 miles per hour and stood up about 380 feet. Justin Turner then reached second on a double left-hand field. Max Muncy flew out on the left to finish the innings.

Top: Jackie Bradley Jr. first reached a base that hit the middle, despite a sliding grip and pitch by Justin Turner. Bradley then tried to steal others but was tagged out. Christian Vazquez first reached a line station on the left, Joc Pederson could not do the dive catch. Rick Porcello bunted to move runners, but Mookie Betts flew out on Walker Buehlers next pitch. Buehlers countdown: 55, 38 for strike.

 Rick Porcello managed to execute a victim bundle to move runners to the second base in the third inning.

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Rick Porcello managed to execute a victim bite

 Jackie Bradley Jr. knocked out throw for a single in the third but was tagged when he tried to steal others.

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] Jackie Bradley Jr. knocked out throw for a single in third, but was tagged when he tried to steal others.

Second Inning

Bottom: Cody Bellinger flew out to JD Martinez in Yasiel Puig lined out to the center, and Yasmani Grandal knocked out to finish the inning. Rick Porcellos Countdown: 29.

Top : JD Marti Nez, Brock Holt and Rafael Devers all landed. Walker Buehlers Countdown: 39.

First Inning

Bottom: After Joc Pederson Knocked Out Swinging and Justin Turner flew out to the center , Rick Porcello went to the right Max Muncy in six places. Manny Machado was founded to finish the inning.

Top: Hook Mitterie Betts struck out and Xander Bogaerts slipped and turned Mitch Moreland to the right. Under Betts & # 39; s bat, hit the right Walker Buehlers pitch at least 99 miles per hour four times.

 Walker Buehler throws ade 26 seats, 18 for strike, in the opening frame.

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Walker Buehler threw 26 seats, 18 for strike, in the opening frame.

Pregame notes and scenes

 Red Sox boss Alex Cora in the dugout with players before Game 3.

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Red Sox boss Alex Cora in the dugout with players before Game 3.

 Dodger's launcher Walker Bueller warms up before the match.

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Dodgers Starting

 Justin Turner takes a field ball during batting practice of dugout for batting practice.

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Manny Machado on the field during batting practice.

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David Ortiz at Dodger Stadium before the match.

 Eduardo Nunez wiped his forehead while batting The practice of Xander Bogaerts next to him before game 3.

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Eduardo Nunez wiped his forehead while batting the practice with Xander Bogaerts next to him before Game 3.

 Hall of Famer Hank Aaron arrives to the arena.

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Hall of Famer Hank Aaron arrives at the arena.

 Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski sees batting practice before game 3. Behind him is former MLB player Dave Winfield.

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] Red Sox President of Baseba Dave Winfield.

 Chris Sale after throwing the bullet in front of Game 3.

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Chris Sales after throwing in the bullet in front of game 3.

 Retired number of dodgers greats are around stadium, incl. Number 42 by Jackie Robinson.

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Retired number of dodgers greats are around the stadium, including number 42 by Jackie Robinson.

Lineups

RHP Rick Porcello (1-0, 4.22 after season) and RHP Walker Buehler (0-1, 5.40 postseason) are at the height. 19659127] ■ Porcello was 3 for 7 with two doubles and three RBI in interleague games this season.

Without DH, JD Martinez will be in the left-hand field tonight, meaning Andrew Benintendi is out of lineup.

RED SOX (2-0) DODGERS (0-2)
Betts RF Pederson LF
Bogaerts SS Turner 3B
Moreland 1B Muncy 1B 19659130] Martinez LF Machado SS
Holt 2B Bellinger CF
Devers 3B Puig RF
Bradley Jr. CF Grandal C
Vázquez C Taylor 2B
Porcello P Buehler P

Sox is 9-0 when scoring first in the afterseason. … There were only a handful of Dodgers fans at Fenway Park for Games 1 and 2. But there are a large number of loyal Red Sox fans in southern California and they can make their presence known at Dodger Stadium.

– Peter Abraham

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