The Dodgers and Red Sox played a long game Friday night that set all sorts of records.
Los Angeles’ 3-2 victory in 18 innings set the record for longest World Series game by both time and innings, and it wasn’t close. The seven-hour, 20-minute affair marked the longest game in any championship series among all four major professional sports. Also, it set the record for longest MLB postseason game, breaking the record over the 2014 NLDS game between the Nationals and Giants by 57 minutes. That game was also 18 innings.
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