LOS ANGELES | Out of seats, into spotlight, Buehler delivers for Dodgers

LOS ANGELES | Out of seats, into spotlight, Buehler delivers for Dodgers

LOS ANGELES — From upper-deck spectator to October ace.
Walker Buehler looked nothing like the rookie he is, giving the Los Angeles Dodgers the pitching performance they desperately needed in Game 3 of the World Series.

With the Dodgers facing a 2-0 deficit, Buehler shut out the Boston Red Sox for seven innings, holding the highest-scoring team in the majors to two measly singles. Los Angeles finally won 3-2 on Max Muncy’s home run off Nathan Eovaldi in the 18th, ending the longest game in postseason history after 7 hours, 20 minutes.

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