More remarkably, as tweeted by stats.com, is this game took longer than the entire 1939 Series, in which the Yankees swept the Reds in four games that took a cumulative 7:05 to play.
"Awesome, he's a great kid, not because he plays for me and we run together", Cora said.
Even in defeat, Cora applauded the gutty performance by Eovaldi, who has come back from three major arm surgeries. "I walked up and said hello, because we have a mutual friend, Winter says".
It was the first game-ending home run in a World Series game at Dodger Stadium since 1988, when a hobbled Kirk Gibson won Game 1 in the ninth inning againstthe Oakland Athletics.
Boston had runners at the corners in the 10th.
Max Muncy came ever so close to ending it in the bottom half, but his long drive down the right-field line hooked a few feet short of the pole. It reached Barnes a moment before baserunner Kinsler did, completing the double play that killed Boston's burgeoning rally.
"Standing room for Game 6 at least $700", Mullarkey said. The right-hander retired his final 14 batters before leaving after 108 pitches. But he's got tremendous stuff.
After starting the first all right-handed-hitting lineup (with no switch-hitters) in Series history against lefties Chris Sale and David Price, Roberts will revert to a more orthodox assortment against Porcello. He struck out five and walked one.
Kenley Jansen flushed Walker Buehler's seven-inning masterpiece and five innings later a throwing error by pitcher Scott Alexander put the Red Sox ahead, 2-1.
Alex Wood (1-0) pitched a scoreless 18th inning to earn the victory for the Dodgers.
Game 3 was tied at 1 going into extra innings, but both teams added one run in the 13th inning.
That three hour and 46-minute-long near Halloween game of past year in a series that ultimately saw Houston take home their first World Series championship ended up with a 4.2 rating among adults 18-49 and 15.5 million viewers. They had been 5-0 on the road this postseason.
Dodgers: After the game, the team said its starter would be announced later.
Since the Red Sox were out of position players, Nunez stayed in the game and hit a weak dribbler toward the first base side. Left-hander Rich Hill had been set to go.