World Series 2018: Red Sox vs. Dodgers score, highlights, updates from Game 4

No rest for the weary: Game 4 of the 2018 World Series will take place about 17 hours after Game 3 ended Saturday morning. The Dodgers stayed in the Fall Classic with a 3-2, 18-inning victory at Dodger Stadium that set all sorts of postseason records, including longest by time and innings.

Max Muncy’s solo home run off Nathan Eovaldi, who was working in his seventh inning of relief, settled the historic contest. LA is now down 2-1 in the best-of-seven series after losing the first two games.

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Left-hander Rich Hill will head to the mound looking to get LA even. He was one of the four players who did not to get into Friday’s game. Each team used 23 of its 25 active players. The Red Sox have decided to give the nod to left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez. Both teams’ Game 4 starting pitchers were TBD in the fallout after Friday’s game. 

What could possibly top that epic Game 3? It’s likely that neither team really wants to find out. They’ll settle for a much shorter, cleaner contest amid the grind of October.

Sporting News will provide live updates of Red Sox vs. Dodgers World Series Game 4. (All times Eastern.)

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Red Sox vs. Dodgers Game 4 score, live updates 

First pitch is 8:09 p.m. ET. Updates will begin at that time.

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