Red Sox vs Dodgers : The World Series resumes Saturday night, with the Los Angeles Dodgers hosting the Boston Red Sox for the second time in the best-of-seven series. Boston has a 2-1 series lead following Los Angeles’s thrilling win in Friday’s marathon Game 3. Here’s how you can watch Game 4:
Who: Red Sox vs. Dodgers
What: World Series, Game 4
When: Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018
Where: Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles
Time: 8:09 p.m. Eastern
Livestream: fuboTV, Fox Sports Go
There have been only two NBA Finals games needing the extra 15 minutes of three overtimes, Boston’s victory over Phoenix in 1976 and the Suns’ win over Chicago in 1993 . The longest Stanley Cup final matchup was Edmonton’s win over Boston in the 1990 opener, a three-overtime affair requiring an extra 55:13.
The Dodgers munched on peanut butter and banana sandwiches provided by a team employee, and hung the bananas to produce fruitful luck — harkening back to the rally banana credited by Enrique Hernandez for helping end a 35-inning scoreless streak three years ago.
After Friday’s Game 3 went on to become the longest game in postseason history, the two teams are back at it for another 8:09 p.m. EST start in Los Angeles. After burning through their pitching staff in Game 3, the Red Sox will turn to Eduardo Rodriguez on the mound.
The Los Angeles Dodgers sound like they will have no trouble finding the energy for Game 4 of the World Series on Saturday, while the Boston Red Sox were left formulating a plan for what comes next.
The Dodgers not only earned a dramatic 3-2 victory in 18 innings of Game 3 to get back into the series after two defeats at Boston, they talked about being in a good spot for Game 4 despite using their entire bench and every relief pitcher.
The Red Sox also used every bench player and every reliever, but also threw three starters into the mix, including their scheduled Game 4 starter Nathan Eovaldi. In fact, Eovaldi went six innings and 97 pitches before giving up a game-ending home run to Max Muncy.