Hey, whatever works for these guys.
After two losses in chilly Boston battling Fenway Park's quirky features, the Dodgers were back home in warmer, friendlier surroundings trimming the Red Sox lead in the best-of-seven series to 2-1. He may have to do it one more time though as he is now in line to start Game 7 at Fenway Park, if the series makes it that far. After all, his three-run homer off Eduardo Rodriguez in the sixth inning lifted the Dodgers to a 4-0 lead, and when the Dodgers led by that much this season (including the playoffs), they had won all 54 contests.
Red Sox: Cora hadn't decided on a Game 4 starter. Game 4 took only 3 hours, 57 minutes, but had at least as many dramatic twists.
"We're in a good mental space right now".
Said one fan, "I hope this game never ends". Neither player was exactly out of sight previously, but between Nate Eovaldi's performance in Game 3 and Steve Pearce's in Game 4, Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski and the front office added a load of talent in the first half.
Sale was not going to let the Red Sox lose quietly.
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In the wake of Friday night's epic, 3-2, 18-inning victory by the Dodgers, which set Fall Classic records for its length in innings and time (seven hours and 20 minutes), Boston sleepwalked through the first six innings, totaling a single and three walks against Dodgers starter Rich Hill. The eight pitchers who followed Porcello did not give up an earned run over the next 12 1/3 innings, but the longer the game went on, the more it figured to have a huge impact on the Red Sox's pitching plans for the remaining two games at Dodger Stadium.
Until Sale's speech, which the FOX cameras captured. Just firing people up, really.
"I think my beard got about 3 inches longer", said Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner, whose red whiskers already were Santa length.
The stakes are clear: if LA wins then the lead is cut to 2-1 and a little bit of pressure is alleviated.
"We'll sit down tonight and decide and somebody will start, " Cora said, "probably a lefty". Left-hander Rich Hill starts for the Dodgers.
The floodgates opened for Boston in the top of the ninth with the biggest hit coming from first baseman Pearce, who hit a bases-loaded double to drive in Devers, Mookie Betts and Andrew Benintendi in the five-run ninth.
Moreland got the comeback started with his three-run shot off Ryan Madson.