Dodgers Win The Longest Game In World Series History

Honestly, what more can you say about Max Muncy, Walker Buehler, Yasiel Puig, and these Dodgers? 

The Dodgers pull out the win off a walk-off homerun by Max Muncy in what is officially known as the longest game in World Series history.

First off, the 24-year-old rookie Walker Buehler was nothing short of brilliant in Game 3 of the World Series with the Dodgers back against the wall. The Dodgers win Game 3 and cut the series lead 2-1 as turn around and get ready for Game 4 tomorrow.

This season, Walker Buehler pitched in Game 163 with the division title on the line, Game 7 of the NLCS with a World Series birth on the line, and now in what was the biggest game of his life, Game 3 of the World Series. 

Besides his dominant pitching performance, in the bottom of the 3rd inning, Joc Pederson hit a solo HR to give the Dodgers a 1-0 lead throughout most of the game. 

Earlier in the day, an old picture of Walker Buehler surfaced from last year where he was watching Game 2 of the World Series last year from the stands with his sister. Today, Buehler pitched one of the best games in his career in one of the biggest moments possible as a pitcher.

This game went all the way to the 18th inning and ended with an incredible Max Muncy walk-off homerun which cut the series to 2-1 Red Sox. 

Later today, Rich Hill will be on the mound for the Dodgers in a very critical Game 4. The Dodgers look to tie the World Series. 

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