The longest game in World Series history was bananas.
Porcello had given up only a run on three hits over 4 2/3 innings when Cora started a parade of relief pitchers that would include starter David Price on two days' rest and eventually include everyone in the bullpen except rusty left-hander Drew Pomeranz.
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Boston's 9-6 comeback win over Los Angeles in Game 4 of the World Series on Saturday night at Dodger Stadium puts the Red Sox one win away from a title, which they can clinch as soon as Sunday in Game 5.
What will the do for an encore tonight? The Dodgers could become the first team to lose the World Series on their home field in back-to-back seasons since 1937.
Innings: The game went 18 innings, four more than the previous record of 14 that occurred three times - 1916, 2005 and 2015.
Pearce was an unlikely candidate to join that lineage as the latest postseason hero in Boston's long October history, but the 12-year major league veteran who joined the Red Sox in June did it twice.
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Bellinger saved the Dodgers in the top of the 10th, catching a flyball at medium depth and throwing out pinch-runner Ian Kinsler at the plate for an inning-ending double play.
For the Dodgers, Rich Hill is starting after all.
Moreland's blast traveled 437 feet, only two shy of Puig's big blow, and pulled the Red Sox within one.
But even before Game 4 of the Series ended, Trump was pointing the finger at Roberts.
Third baseman Justin Turner bats third, followed by shortstop Manny Machado, center fielder Cody Bellinger, right fielder Yasiel Puig, left fielder Chris Taylor, catcher Chris Barnes and pitcher Rich Hill.
Boston had just fallen behind by four runs in the sixth inning Saturday night, nine outs from finding itself tied 2-2 in a World Series that seemed to be a runaway just 27 hours earlier.
His team down by a run, Steve Pearce was limbering up outside the Boston dugout before the eighth inning when manager Alex Cora called him back to the bench for a quick word. Walking to the mound, he signalled to the bullpen and Hill was gone.