The Red Sox of LA take on the Dodgers in Game 3 of the World Series. Update this page for the latest version of Dodger Stadium.
3 Inning: Red Sox 2, Dodgers 2
Bottom: The Dodgers took their lead-off man by a walk at first, as Max Muncy controlled his momentum on a 3-2 court. After Manny Machado has flown, Eduardo Nunez tracked down a foulball by Cody Bellinger for the second from the inning, and Muncy advanced to second place. Nunez & # 39; s swing took him to the stands after he made the catch. Yasiel Puig hit a grounder in the middle, but Ian Kinsler could not make the throw for the first time, which gave Muncy a goal and a tie.
Above: Scott Alexander stayed on the hill for LA. Brock Holt pulled a lead. While Eduardo Nunez's at-bat, Alexander's tone bounced on Barnes, who fought Nunez as he tried to find the ball. Holt advanced to second place. Nunez was shaken on the game, but he remained in the game. Nunez then hit a soft hit, Infield Chopper, but Alexander could not connect with Enrique Hernandez to accomplish that. The ball came away from Hernandez, Holt scored points. Jackie Bradley Jr. has flown out and Dylan Floro has come into play for Alexander. After Christian Vazquez swung, Sandy Leon doubled the right field with a line. Mookie Betts had then purposely left to load the bases. The Dodgers escaped the inning after Xander Bogaerts was forced into a forced humiliation.
12th Inning: Red Sox 1, Dodgers 1
Below: Starter Nathan Eovaldi entered the game and left Drew Pomeranz as the only man in the Bullpen. Christian Vazquez moved to first base and brought Sandy Leon on the track. Eovaldi pulled the team back in the sequence: Enrique Hernandez landed first, Joc Pederson flew out of the center, and Justin Turner knocked out. Eovaldi's last place in the inning was a 101.1 mph ball to get Turner.
Top: Ryan Madson has brought the hill to LA. Xander Bogaerts landed straightaway, and then Madson was drawn to the left Scott Alexander. Mitch Moreland knocked out, Ian Kinsler retired to finish the inning.
. 11 Inning: Red Sox 1, Dodgers 1
Below: Heath Hembree has freed Craig Kimbrel. After Cody Bellinger failed and Yasiel Puig flew out, Hembree Austin Barnes ran on eight pitches. Chris Taylor worked a full count and swung swinging to finish the inning.
Top: Pedro Baez stayed on the hill for LA. After Jackie Bradley Jr. swung and Christian Vazquez lay on the floor, Steve Pearce, who slapped his knees for Kimbrel, came in first. Mookie Betts flies up to finish the inning.
10th Inning: Red Sox 1, Dodgers 1
Bottom: Craig Kimbrel stayed on the Boston border. Joc Pederson finished third and Justin Turner finished third. Max Muncy finished second in a two-floor rule double. Manny Machado appeared to finish the inning.
Start: Pedro Baez is on the hill for LA. Mitch Moreland was on his way out. J.D. Martinez reached the base on a seven-digit walk. Ian Kinsler then came as the pinch runner. Baez tried to pick up Kinsler, who was safe. The Dodgers questioned the call, but it was not overturned. Brock Holt chose a line in the middle and Kinsler came in third. Eduardo Nunez flew in the middle, but Cody Bellinger could bring the ball home in time.
Ninth inning: Red Sox 1 , Dodgers 1
Below: David Price picked up the hill for Boston, and the Sox realigned her field to normal. Cody Bellinger isolated on a line Then Yasiel Puig drove to the right and during Yasmani Grandal's attack Bellinger was caught stealing for second place.
Below: Cody Bellinger flew to JD Martinez The left field: Yasiel Puig sticking out to the middle and Yasmani Grandal trying to end the inning Rick Porcellos Score: 29.  Start: JD Marti Nez, Brock Holt and Rafael Devers are all grounded Walker Buehlers Score: 39.
Below: After Joc Pederson swung and Justin Turner flown in the middle Right Porcello ran on six pitches with Max Muncy and Manny Machado was established to end the inning.
Start: Goalkeeper Hitter Mookie Betts looked, Xander Bogaerts fired and Mitch Moreland landed in the right field. While Betts at-bat, right-handed Walker Buehler has the pitching speed at least 99 miles per hour four times dripped.
Pregame notes and scenes
■ RHP Rick Porcello (1-0, 4.22 postseason) and RHP Walker Buehler (0-1, 5.40 postseason) are on the hill.  ■ Porcello was 3 for 7 with two doubles and three RBIs in Interleague games.
■ JD Martinez will be in the left field tonight, meaning Andrew Benintendi is off the lineup
|RED SOX (2-0)||DODGERS (0-2)|
|Betts RF||Pederson LF|
|Bogaerts SS||Turner 3B|
|Moreland 1B||Muncy 1B|
|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|
■ The Sox are 9- 0 at the first review in the postseason. … There were only a handful of Dodgers fans in Fenway Park for Games 1 and 2. But there are a large number of loyal Red Sox fans in Southern California and they were able to publicize their presence at Dodger Stadium.
– Peter Abraham
■ See Abraham's game preview for more notes and nuggets.
■ The Red Sox Bullpen was in lockdown mode in the playoffs. A group that was seen as a weak connection of the team has surpassed the opposition in this postseason. (Read More)
■ The Story Behind Mookie Betts Unusual Necklance (Read More)
■ "This is a business trip": The Red Sox look like they're finishing their job in Los Angeles. (Cont.)
■ Walker Buehler, a hard-nosed right-handed man, was a pillar of strength on the hill of Los Angeles during an outstanding rookie season. (Read more)
■ Tara Sullivan: Loyalty has long been a dominant feature of Rick Porcello – just ask his high school coach. (Read more)
■ Dan Shaughnessy: A great place for the Red Sox to beat LA is in LA. Boston teams have had some memorable moments out there, and there could be another one. (Read more)
■ Chad Finn: There is a good reason that Alex Cora is a professional in dealing with the media. His former colleagues at ESPN believe that his TV experience has served him well in his first year at the Red Sox helm. (Read more)
■ The Red Sox kick around the playoff opponents in almost historical fashion. The remarkable consistency they have shown in the regular season has prevailed and made them unstoppable. (Read more)