LOS ANGELES | Red Sox, Dodgers tied 2-all after 15 in Game 3 of Series

LOS ANGELES | Red Sox, Dodgers tied 2-all after 15 in Game 3 of Series

LOS ANGELES  — The longest game in postseason history is headed to the 17th inning at the World Series.

The Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers were tied 2-all after nearly seven hours and more than 500 pitches in Game 3 on Friday night. Fans were still standing at packed Dodger Stadium.

During the bottom of the 15th, the game surpassed San Francisco’s 6-hour, 23-minute win over Washington that went 18 innings during the 2014 NL Division Series.

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