Friday's contest is the longest game in World Series history.
Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig saved the Dodgers' chances in the bottom of the 13th on Friday, smacking a single up the middle to tie Game 3 at 2-2.
Puig stepped to the plate with Max Muncy on second and two outs with Los Angeles trailing 2-1. The six-year veteran sent a fastball from Nathan Eovaldi up the middle and into the glove of Boston second baseman Ian Kinsler, but an errant throw guaranteed a base hit. The ball skipped past first baseman Mitch Moreland, allowing Muncy to score.
Watch Puig's clutch single below:
Eovaldi induced a flyout in the next at-bat, sending the game to the 14th inning. A clean top and bottom half sent the game to the 15th frame, marking the longest contest in World Series history.
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