This World Series weekend had lots of great MLB action but one game stood out amongst the other last night. This is because the way the Los Angeles Dodgers beat Boston with a 7-4 final score. Thus the headline read, Dodgers Defeat the Red Sox in 12 Innings thanks to Muncy’s RBI walk.

The highlight of the match came when Los Angeles had the bases full after a walk.  Furthermore, an obstruction call against pitcher Hector Velazquez led to another walk. Then, Muncy took ball four on the fifth pitch from Velazquez and a Verdugo RBI single made the lead higher.  In the end, Russell Martin beat out a grounder to avoid a double play leading a three-run lead.

Dodgers vs. Red Sox Game Recap in Fenway Park

Dodgers Defeat the Red Sox in 12 InningsAccording to MLB Betting News, the Red Sox had the advantage throught the ninth, tenth and eleventh innings. However, it was not enough to break through. Boston was behind 4-2 entering the base of the eighth. Unfortunately, Xander Bogaerts and J.D. Martinez hit consecutive homers off Pedro Baez to tie the score.

Baez had quite recently taken over for Hyun-Jin Ryu because on lettwo runs on eight hits and a walk over 7 innings. However, according to baseball betting websites, Hyun did strike out 6 players during his time on the mound.

On the other hand, Price had two men on when A.J. Pollock hit a clear popup to the right field. However, the ball hit the foul pole leading to a 3-0 score for the Dodgers.

For the Red Sox, they had a 3-2 lead during the half of the first.  This is due to Andrew Benintendi hitting a single run toward Chris Taylor at shortstop. A tossing blunder by Taylor enabled a subsequent hurried to score to trim the lead to 3-2.

All was well for Price until Pollock hit another RBI single in the fifth inning.  This is in addition to Devers advancing to the second base which threw the baseball betting prediction for a loop. In the end, the Red Sox were not able to overcome the Dodger’s lead.

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