Hours after Betts and the Red Sox took a 2-0 World Series lead on Wednesday and with temperatures dipping into the 30s overnight, the generous star reportedly provided hot meals from trays of food to the city's homeless outside the Boston Public Library.
" ... I lost my footing a little bit but right there. was trying to keep the ball in with a guy on second base, try not to let that ball go up the middle".
Jackie Bradley Jr. homered in the Boston eighth off closer Kenley Jansen to make it 1-all. It came when Ian Kinsler threw away what could have been the final out of a Red Sox victory in the 13 inning.
Right-handed pitcher Nathan Eovaldi, who shined in six innings of relief despite getting slapped with the loss, said Kinsler apologized to him for his mistake. The one run he gave up in the 13th was not earned and not at all his fault and the one run he gave up in the 18th, well, at some point someone had to break, right?
After hitting.297 in winning the first two games at cozy, chilly Fenway Park, Boston was 5 for 57 at the plate in the warmth of Dodger Stadium- including 0 for 28 in the top four slots of the batting order. Bellinger lined himself up perfectly to catch it and fire home, but his throw drew catcher Austin Barnes several steps up the third-base line. He proved it again in sixth on Friday, when he roped a long drive to left field.
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The Los Angeles Dodgers will have a couple of advantages in Game 3 of the World Series on Friday night. The only other playoff game to last 18 innings was Houston's victory over Atlanta in the 2005 NLDS.
"We didn't have any more players, so I didn't have any choice", he said after the game. One of the most popular jokes involved how much people had aged between the first pitch and the last. When Muncy saw Nunez in the seats he tagged and went to second. It's probably one of the best, if not the best, game I've ever been a part of. Ninety-seven hard pitches, starting out at triple digits and staying in the high-90s through the end of the game. It was also the Dodgers' first extra-basehit in 74 plate appearances against the Red Sox in the series. Pinch-hitter Eduardo Nunez got flipped on his back by catcher Austin Barnes as he chased Scott Alexander's wild pitch.
"After the game was over I started crying", Red Sox starter Rick Porcello said.
Said Red Sox manager Alex Cora: "It was just a bad night". Maeda fielded Christian Vazquez's bunt and boldly spun and threw to third, forcing out Nunez by inches - and then Maeda struck out Sandy Leon and Mookie Betts to quell the threat.