LOS ANGELES | Everyday Eovaldi turns in Series performance for the ages

LOS ANGELES | Everyday Eovaldi turns in Series performance for the ages

LOS ANGELES  — Nathan Eovaldi seemed to have a rubber arm.

Maybe that second Tommy John surgery turned him into a bionic pitcher.

Until the 97th pitch of an outing that was among the most unusual in World Series history, until the 561st pitch of an epic endurance test that sprawled across the night for 18 innings, he finally got beat.

Eovaldi allowed Max Muncy’s opposite-field homer to left-center on a cutter that hung over the high, outside corner, ending the longest World Series game ever after 7 hours, 20 minutes.

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