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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