"Take Me Out to the Ball Game" was played twice, during the seventh-inning stretch and the 14th inning elongation.
Porcello gave up a run on three hits over 4 2/3 innings.
Bradley moved to left, Betts to center and Martinez to right field several times when Manny Machado came to the plate, then they returned to their positions.
Los Angeles Dodgers fans watch during the 13th inning in Game 3 of the World Series baseball game against the Boston Red Sox on Friday, Oct. 26, 2018, in Los Angeles. Eovaldi had been scheduled to start for the Red Sox, but he threw 97 pitches over six-plus innings in relief as one of nine pitchers they used. The one run he gave up in the 13th was not earned and not at all his fault and the one run he gave up in the 18th, well, at some point someone had to break, right? The benched quartet included the Dodgers' top four home-run hitters. An errant off-balance throw by 2B Ian Kinsler past first allowed Max Muncy to score from second base and tie it 2-2.
A fan yawns before the start of the 17th inning in Game 3 of the World Series baseball game between the Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday in Los Angeles. And we needed him to go deeper than their starter, log some innings. "I want to stay in,"' Eovaldi said in front of the first base dugout after it was over.
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Evoking memories of Kirk Gibson's winning pinch-hit homer in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series, Muncy came within feet of ending it in the bottom of the 15th.
Neither team got much going in most of the extra innings - no surprise for a game dominated by pitching.
In the immediate aftermath, Red Sox manager Alex Cora couldn't say who he'd be sending to the mound in game four on Saturday, when he'd planned to have Eovaldi as his starter.
At 36, Kinsler's hardly the player he was in his prime, but the former Gold Glover has always been one of the league's best defenders at second base. The throw got away from Hernandez as Nunez crossed first base and fell over, again, in pain. When Muncy saw Nunez in the seats he tagged and went to second.
Red Sox players understandably came to Kinsler's defense after the game. Maeda fielded Christian Vazquez's bunt and boldly spun and threw to third, forcing out Nunez by inches - and then Maeda struck out Sandy Leon and Mookie Betts to quell the threat.