First pitch is at 5:09 p.m. "I want to stay in.'" He became Boston's record-tying ninth pitcher at the start of the 12th inning in the game.
Manny Machado had a chance to win it for Los Angeles in the bottom of the 10th, but Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel got him to pop up with two outs and a runner on second.
It's hard to remember now, but the game started with a spectacular effort from rookie Dodgers righty Walker Buehler. "I'm a little exhausted". We came up one run short.
Then he looked at his watch and corrected himself.
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"Had the last out in my glove and couldn't get it over there". "The emotions, the adrenaline, everything was kicking in toward the end there". But nothing seems to be going Kinsler's way this postseason, and his 13th inning error cost Boston its best shot at a win. Notably, a Boston team has been involved in the longest title match in all four of the major sports. "Since Day 1, when we met January 4 and we sat there at the Commonwealth [Hotel], we talked for like two hours, three hours, and you could see".
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"That was the last inning right there", Cora said.
The Red Sox had taken advantage of an errant toss by Dodgers reliever Scott Alexander to take a 2-1 lead, with Brock Holt drawing a leadoff walk and coming around to score thanks to an eventful sequence by Eduardo Nunez, who ended up on the ground in pain at home and at first. Nathan Eovaldi, who had been set to start Game 4, made his third relief appearance of the week and pitched a flawless inning, topping 101 miles per hour with his fastball.
In a moment of true athletic injustice, Eovaldi eventually surrendered a game-winning home run in the 18th inning at Dodger Stadium, taking the loss in a game he deserved to win more than any other player.
Playing at LA, the Red Sox lose their DH ability and Martinez will have to be in the starting lineup given how hot he is.