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2018 World Series Game 3: Red Sox vs. Dodgers, Friday 10/26, 7 p.m. CT

The Series heads to the West Coast and the Dodgers try to stop the Red Sox from going up three games to none.

Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

Here’s an article detailing the 13 times a team has come from down two games to none in a seven-game series to win (10 times in the World Series, three in the LCS).

Honestly? I don’t think the Dodgers are going to do this. It’s pretty clear from Games 1 and 2 that the Red Sox are the superior team in this World Series.

I do think L.A. can win at least one of the next two games; this won’t be a sweep. At least I hope so; so far this World Series has been pretty dull (unless you’re a Red Sox fan), the games somewhat boring and one-sided. Most of this postseason has been that way, too, after two years’ worth of thrilling series in 2016 and 2017.


Red Sox:


Pitching matchup

Rick Porcello (Red Sox) vs. Walker Buehler (Dodgers)

Game time for Game 3: 7 p.m. CT. TV: Fox-TV. Announcers: Joe Buck, John Smoltz and Tom Verducci, with reporter Ken Rosenthal.

Here is the complete Mediacenter for today. Gameday game preview

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